Author: fhmaletsky

The hints

The Hints

I fly, I see, I drop hints
I hope
I swoop down and land
I pick the thorns, too many
I feel, I see their wounds, I cry

I fly, I see their route
I understand their way
I see their demise
I land to lend a hand
I cry, too vain

I fly, I drop more hints
I see one, he picks up
I see him trying to understand
I see him turn, I smile
I see hope, My heart fills with Joy


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perception

You See, Hear, Taste, Smell, Touch, Suspect and you perceive (the “target”): the object, the being, the belief, the concept, or the event . This perception becomes part of your daily decision making. It plays a part in the choices you make. It becomes your past, your truth. Your perception of your surroundings molds you. Temper your perception with clarity.
Clarity will allow you to change your perceptions, to make changes in your life and lead you to enlightenment.

Your perception of the “target” belongs to you or to a group of people who shares that same perception. Your perception has no bearing on what or who the “target” is, what it represents or what it can do. You have no control. Only the creator (maker) knows. Until he shares that knowledge, you do not really know, you can only perceive.

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essence of time

Take the time to enjoy life.
Take the time to express your love to your loved ones.
Take the time to be Kind.

During my day to day activities, I do not even think about my breathing or the beating of my heart. So I take the time to feel the beat of my heart and experience the inhaling and exhaling.

I take the time to be aware that I have the gift of life. I feel it, so I can enjoy the flow of time.

I let the essentials of the universe flow through the funnel of the present time and let it drip to form the stalagmite of my foundation: the accumulation of my experiences, my past.

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occurrence

The universe is an eternal creation of God. Not a multiverse or contracting or expanding universe. Just one infinitesimal universe. What has been observed by scientists as they see the expanding galaxies is simply the hour-glass effect. What scientist are observing is simply a minuscule portion of the universe that follows the effects of gravity.

All these clusters of galaxies as is currently being observed, is simply one “occurrence” which will finally succumb to gravity and will be sucked into this “black hole”, the center of the hour-glass, and as gravity accelerates all these galaxies through this convergence, it then shoots out the opposite side with such force as to create a “big bang” effect.

There is no contraction and expansion of the universe (occurrence), gravity simply pulls all of its content (galaxies) and all it’s forces on through to the other side. As all the galaxies from the extremities make it through the center, gravity starts pulling back. There is no end, it is an unending cycle. It is simply a continuance in this one “occurrence”.

Modern science call an occurrence the “universe”. Our perception of the universe as we see it today, is but a single occurrence. There are countless “occurrences” all throughout the universe. Scientists have estimated this one occurrence to be about 13.8 billion years old. How long before it goes on through to the other side? How many cycles has it been through already? These occurrences do not have a simultaneous behavior in their existence. One may be “emptying” while another may be “filling”. The “universe” that the scientists are talking and theorizing about is simply one of these countless occurrences within the infinitesimal UNIVERSE that God has created. The life of these occurrences continue to cycle over.

Each of these occurrences are separated by the vastness of space. This vast “emptiness” as science currently calls it, is not empty at all. The universe as God created it is “FULLY” occupied. It is full of energy and contrary to what scientist say, energy has mass and mass generates gravity. At the center of every mass is a gravity convergence.

Gravity sustains all over the universe, even in open space because energy travels though space and occupies everything and energy has mass. The universe is in perpetual motion and motion generates vibrations and vibrations generate energy.

This “emptiness” is what holds the universe together and it is entangled with the spirit domain where everything is connected and intertwined.

One day as we become proficient in the languages of the universe, we will master the randomness of the universe.

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Freewill

God gave us freewill. He gave us the universe and his guardians to guide us. He gave us no commandments. He gave us resources. He gave us hints or guidance (some call this revelation or prophecy). He wanted to share his freewill. He does not mandate our obedience. He lovingly gave us the ability to CHOOSE. He gave it to us kindly, with only one string attached; Accountability.

Within this universe God created a LIFE force, spiritual and corporeal (some with emotion) and along with this came Freewill. Everything that God has created can be destroyed, only two things will remain unimpaired: Time and Freewill. Freewill and emotion are two powerful forces in this universe which nourishes and destroys.

Free will is the gift from God. This is what helps make the unpredictability of the universe manageable. Freewill is what makes the universe fascinating. Freewill destroys the notion of seeing the future. Everything is in the present. Nobody can change the past. Nobody can visit or see the future. The future is simply variables of probabilities that hinge on randomness and free will within the present. The future out there in the galaxies where the freewill is not involved depends solely on randomness.

“Randomness is inherent in the universe. Force and gravity partake in the randomness within the universe. Randomness is uncontrollable. Science will later make it manageable but never stoppable.”

Religions write about prophecies (what is to come), revelation or about the “End of times”, “Armageddon”, “Judgment day”, “New beginning”. Many believe them to be true. They believe in destiny, in predestination yet they also believe in “freewill”. Now that is contradictory.

A prediction for one’s action may come true unless deterred by randomness or the “freewill” of another. Since freewill is an unchanging factor in the universe, therefore there is no predestination. However, the enlightened (good or bad) spirit who can wield the energy of the corporeal and spirit world may reveal their intentions to sentient beings and make it so to be passed on down as “prophecy” or “revelation”. Powerful they may be to cause their will (intention) to be materialized in the future, but it remains only as a possibility because the “freewill” of another powerful spirit may interfere. Freewill and Randomness will forever be there to change things up.

Also there is no “OMNISCIENCE” (know everything including the future). God is attributed with absolute omniscience by all religions. God’s absolute power to do and create whatever he “wills” is confused with omniscience. There is no future to “see” but there is a future to be created. The will of God can plan (“predict”) that a galaxy will be created because he will make it so. The galaxy “was” not there in the future. It was not there to be seen.

When God gave his sentient creations “Freewill”, he gave it without limitation. Freewill and randomness are the unknown factors. God can control and manage randomness but not the freewill of his creations. He can destroy “freewill” and take it all away from his creations, but God created perfection so he will not take “freewill” away. Without “freewill” there is no perfection.

 

 

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Faith in God

Faith is the complete trust or confidence in someone or something. Doesn’t this imply that someone or something will be there to meet your needs? Does this also mean that that someone or something will be there to “protect” or “provide”? So why have faith in God? Who came up with “have faith in God”? What does it mean to have faith in God?

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Yin Yang

Originally yin yang was about BALANCE in the physical world. Later it became a philosophy and went beyond physical and into metaphysics. Corporeal and Spiritual. The good and evil.

Then Yin Yang began to represent the good and bad in every soul. That each of us must maintain this balance as in the physical universe or face chaos. This is where the yin yang does not agree with Universal Stewardship.

Universal Stewardship teaches balance but it does not infer that the good and the bad are equally distributed in the character of a man. Balance is about Prudence. It is about how we make our choices, because choices define our lives.

Yes there is good and bad in all of us. The one we feed will always be stronger than the other. In certain individuals, families or communities evil pervades. Still, the fact of the matter is that there is more good than bad in this universe.

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Disconnection

Most of the negative things that happen to us and around us can be attributed to disconnection.

  • Poverty: Disconnection certainly creates and maintains poverty.
  • Depression: Death of a loved one, family or friend causes disconnection and enhances depression. Disputes and conflicts contributes to disconnection and can lead to depression. Being alone and disconnected from people can cause depression.
  • War:
  • Violence: Physical, emotional or sexual abuse will lead to disconnection.
  • Cheating:
  • Disrespect: Show disrespect and there is almost an instantaneous disconnection.

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We try to act as God

Characteristics & Behaviors

Rely: To depend on with full trust or confidence. ↔ Who relies on others for his own welfare?

Depend: Be controlled or determined by. ↔ Who is dependent on others for his own grandeur?

Need: Require (something) because it is essential or very important. Expressing necessity or obligation. ↔Who needs the care and attention of others for his own glory?

Consent: To give permission for something to happen. ↔ Who is in need of approval?

Accept: To believe or come to recognize (an opinion, explanation, etc.) as valid or correct. ↔ Who reaches out for acceptance and avoid condemnation?

Obey: To comply with the command, direction, or request of (a person or a law); submit to the authority of. To behave in accordance with (a general principle, natural law, etc.). ↔ Who mandates obedience from his followers?

Loyalty: A strong feeling of support or allegiance. ↔ Who requires the undying loyalty of anyone?

The answer to the above questions is MAN.

These are all sought after behaviors and characteristics of humans. Qualities that a man would love others to bestow upon him. These are the inherent quality of a being who does not have unlimited power, who is not fully connected, a being with a VOID that needs to be filled. Surely these are not the qualities of an OMNIPOTENT being.

    • God did not create the universe because he felt “wanting”. He created the universe because he wanted to SHARE the love. He created the universe and made it our GUIDE. He gave us no commandments. He gave us resources. He gave us hints or guidance (some call this revelation). He wanted to share his FreeWill. He lovingly gave us the ability to CHOOSE. He gave it to us kindly, with only one string attached; Accountability.
    • God does not “test” us. He does not make us go through a gauntlet to attain reward. He did not dictate to us as to how we should live or what lifestyle to follow.
      • Only men will test another man’s loyalty by making him sacrifice his life of the life of his loved one.
    • God does not go out of his way to destroy humanity just because he felt jilted, disobeyed, betrayed or cheated. This is the behavior of corporeal beings and not God. For sure, God will hold us accountable for our behavior but not in this human way of “justice or accountability”.
      • Only men will attribute natural disaster as the will of God to destroy what has been built or achieved by men.
        • You have heard stories about how vile this world has become and that God decided to spare a few “righteous” ones and proceeded to destroy the rest of humanity including the innocent children.
      • Only men will disregard the goodness and innocence of youth and destroy a civilization and call it the will of God.
        • You have heard of ancient stories where God supposedly couldn’t find any righteous men and then proceeded to destroy the city and all living creatures in it. Including INNOCENT children.
      • Only men will call it the will and the command of God to make themselves as the “chosen ones”, then proceed to take over a city, and kill everything in it including innocent children.
    • God does not rely on us for his satisfaction and welfare. God does not depend on us for anything. Surely, God does not need or crave our attention. He does not make us sacrifice the life of our loved ones (another human) just to prove our loyalty to him. God does not require a covenant for our loyalty, it is our choice. God does not need acceptance from us or our consent. He is who he is. Most of all he does not mandate our obedience.

      “God is not about the eternal damnation or punishment in hell, and neither is he about the eternal reward of heaven. He is about accountability in terms of privileges. God is about serenity and love and the ever lasting opportunity to belong and be “more”. God simply wants us to live our eternal life (corporeal and spiritual), to love, to share, to prosper and to be happy.”

God gave us two of his greatest gifts: LOVE and FREEWILL

Not everything is about freewill or choices. However, your prosperity and the glory of your soul definitely rides on the freedom of choice, unlike your physical being, mental capacity, talent, and genetics which are embedded in you at conception. Do not pretend to be as God and judge the choices or lifestyles that people have. Not all behaviors and characteristics of humans are derived from choices.

Go ahead and judge if you have all the facts but never be judgmental. Do not conveniently say that you do not hate just because you have already condemned them. Your condemnation of others is biased and prejudicial and does not exercise prudence if it’s simply based on the teachings and on what you have learned from books infused with the “behaviors and characteristics” mentioned above. Instead, celebrate humanity and be grateful for who you are.

It is good to be grateful for all that God has given us. GRATITUDE is one of the greatest virtues. Does God hold all that he has given us, as ransom? NO. God does not expect reciprocation. He does not demand. He does not want us to fear him. He shares his love and we should do the same by being GRATEFUL and reciprocate his kindness. We can be Nice, Kind and Loving to others and make this universe a better place to live in.

Abide With

PRUDENCE | RESPECT | KINDNESS | GRATITUDE | APOLOGY | FORGIVENESS

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