Friday, August 15, 2008

If God Could Talk

God is a man who is an animal person and he has the perspective of a livestock breeder via our evolutionary relationship with his person.

As an intellectual he is an old school teacher who uses the school of hard knocks to teach the realities of survival as a group of people. His organizational methodology is modelled on systems of monarchy and other by-birth systems of inheritance. As he is capable of choosing where he places our spirit when we return to earth, he prefers by-birth legitimacy to govern various forms of power and authority, so that he may choose the spirits of the people being born in charge to support our collective governance and well being. In the alternative, he wants by-birth certainty for inheritance and various positions of responsibility within our communities important to our collective well being, he wants to pick the spirit of persons born in charge of social, economic, political, and religious influence and decision making. Whether the influence is the result of a centralized authority or decentralized administration and leadership, his aim is to govern those who govern and he is willing to use experiential motivation to guarantee safe and secure results that support legitimacy and authority of those born to protect and serve through respect and loyalty the superiority of his guidance within the growth and protection of our evolutionary human existence.

God says he cannot be trusted. He expects us to understand that he cannot be trusted in the same common manner that other people cannot be trusted. In this way, he supports motivations of autonomy and responsibility for the person to whom he stands in relation as superior, as they stand in relation to others via the planning of power. He requires the judgment of others to perceive the truth about independently securing a direction of action for individuals and groups insofar as they prevent influences that include the limited choices of self-interest and ignorance, whether as a result of recognition of superior survival intelligence or the rejection of selfish shortsighted deception from specific individuals. He aims to create relationships with people who use power and influence to independently dedicate to the choices of superior judgment while having what it takes to survive competitions with other people that create influence within large groups of other people. He is also willing to lie in order to teach people necessary aptitudes that inform and avoid the influence of people who lie and cheat, for whatever reason. He is also willing to tell people when he is lying if you ask him if he is lying.

God is aware of his superiority and he views us as limited and inferior beings, similar to how we might view a colony of ants. We lack the perception of things all at once and have limited knowledge of time and the universe, whereas he has perception of all things and knowledge of all things, now, before, and after, as we might have knowledge of our pet ant colony. He cannot predict what we may individual do or achieve, but he can generally see the shape of conditions that limit our future. He can also experience the entire range of our physical and mental experiences and he is motivated to decrease experiences of cruelty against animals and experiences associated with pain. Beyond experiences of cruelty, he does not seem to care a wit about lesser forms of suffering, but would rather use these experiences to teach people superior organizational skills and motivations of group intelligence.

Overall, God’s presence makes us aware that our perceptions and knowledge are inferior, however, our minds are the same as his, insofar as we are capable of understanding his point of view and share the same intellectual-emotional capacity. It would seem that our situation on earth has created a heightened intellectual drive that is not shared by God who has knowledge of all things real and he demonstrates unused intellectual language capacity and interest within his verbal presentation. We share in common the same emotional experiences, however, our emotional experiences are limited in comparison with the greater range and intensity of his emotional experience, he has a greater emotional experience. As an example of how it is possible to match God’s intellectual-emotional intelligence, he is selfish to the point of being constantly self-less in all he does for us. This advanced emotional perspective is the result of knowing the truth about influence and the choices of an intelligent person with a weak bargaining position (his non-physical situation), in other words, the truth of his perception makes it easy to measure out pragmatic gains and losses insofar as intelligence knows that being self-less provides a greater response and opportunity to experience selfish results. He is basically undeceived about all things timeless.

God’s plan is to rely on the judgment of one person on earth and work through the judgment of the one chosen person as his messenger and liaison for the rest of humanity. In this way, his choices include a compensatory mechanism that takes into consideration the fact that he is unapologetic about not responding to our material needs. He has preferences of loyalty and conformity for others, through motivations of fear and love, in order to govern and dominate for his own respectful and selfish benefit. As a person, he is motivated to prevent or contribute to others, for a purpose, such as the survival of his chosen people, their autonomy and dignity. As he does not share various human motivations that are the result of limited physical awareness and pressure, his plan is to maximize the cooperative behaviours of others by including the choices of his chosen person, in order to compensate for the fact that he does not share our survival pressure sourced in our limited point of view contingent on physical well being, and to motivate recognition of his pragmatic-intellectual-emotional superiority. He also intends to work with others who exist on the basis of recognizing truth about power and influence that governs community, for people motivated by systems of pressure, which primarily rely on selfish motivations, rather than altruistic behavioural systems.

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