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The evolution of sin and humanity’s obsession with “SIN””

As the child grows, he wants to learn. He wants to be happy. He wants to play. He yearns companionship and seeks it out. The need to belong is strong. A growing child is not concerned with faults or negatives, he simply wants to enjoy life, have his sustenance, shelter and security. The growing child acquires all this from the parents or guardian.

As the child continues to grow the responsible parent or guardian teaches the child the 5 basic things in life: Love, sharing the love, no cheating, no insulting and no depriving. The parent teaches discipline and respect. There is reward for good deeds and punishment for bad but at all times acting with prudence. The parent teaches the child that there are consequences for his/her behavior, good or bad. The parent teaches love and sharing.

Parents or guardians always find it difficult to teach a child. The best tool in teaching the child is love. However, when accountability needs to be explained and consequences must be adhered to, the parents use the base instinct of fear of being hurt and deprived and the exhilaration of reward for being bestowed upon. Humans have developed many ways to impart discipline. Some use the corporeal consequence (punishment) others choose psychological, and some choose the combination. Nevertheless, it all boils down to the lesson of accountability for our thoughts, words and deeds.

It is in human’s nature to protect what belong to them. Be it family, material things or intellectual property. We are proud of our prosperity, accomplishments and possessions. Pride is good, it makes humans accomplish great things. As we achieve more, we also recognize that others look up to us more, this gave us a sense of vanity. People admire our accomplishments and then so do we, which gives us pride. But the craving for more leads to vanity. Vanity leads to self-admiration, unwillingness to share, and to the other negatives in life. We begin to deprive others, we begin to cheat others, we begin to insult others. Vanity lead us to envy, to yearning for what we do not have, which then leads to transgression and to the deprivation of others.

The healer or spiritual leader of the tribe branded these undesirable qualities in humanity as sins. The chieftain or leader of the the tribe branded any contradictions to the rules of the tribe as crimes. The spiritual leader demands consequences and accountability and the tribal leader demands the same. The tribal leader is more direct in his application for the violations to his commands. It is simple corporeal punishment, or deprivation of privileges or assets, or the combination thereof. The spiritual leader has to use psychology in the application of punishment or accountability. His approach was using the instinctive feeling of guilt or shame in every human being. The idea of “sin” to identify these negatives in the human psyche was tossed around in the head of the spiritual leader. He contemplated on it and decided to incorporate the idea of sin in his teachings.

As the community developed and man became more sophisticated, these two pillars of society (tribal leader/chief and healer/spiritual leader) were looked up to as protectors.

With the introduction of “sin” the idea of “salvation” and “damnation” went beyond corporeal. It became spiritual. This made the spiritual leader even stronger. Now he has something to hold over his followers.

The idea of “SIN” grew from behavioral faults of individuals punishable through guilt, to Sins punishable in the after life. The idea of sin grew from the sins of individual to the inherent sins of humanity. Inherent sins that humans have before birth. The spiritual leaders then preached this(sin) and the fear of punishment in the afterlife which made his following grow.

Wrong-doings(Contradictions), misdeeds, violations are all labeled as sins. The obsession of spiritual leaders about sins brought forth the beginning of Religions.

When an individual deprives another and in the process hurts this other person, retribution is usually sought after by the person who is hurt. However, retribution can be averted through forgiveness via atonement or repentance for the violation(s) committed.

For the village leader, the accountability for violations (crimes) can only be met in the following ways:

  • Immediate warning only for first time violators of simple misdeeds.
  • Incremental degrees of corporeal punishments or simple fines (payment) for violations committed.
  • Banishment from the protection of the village or death.
  • To the village leader a crime unpunished or unaccounted for is a crime itself.

For the spiritual leader it is a little more complicated. He had to rely on the mystery of the unknown. This coupled with fear gave rise to mysticism. The physical, spiritual and intellectual surrender to the unknown gave the spiritual leader a control over his people that the village leader did not have. To build confidence and trust among his people, he had to work with GUILT and the fear of not belonging, and on the loss of Love. He preached that bad luck or bad things happen to those who offend the spirits. So he wielded his tools. SIN and GUILT to enable him to control his influence over his followers.

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Time

Time is the past and the future which hinges on the present. There are all kinds of theories out there about bending space and time but that’s all they are, theories. There may come a time through the advancement of science and technology that humans may be able to manipulate and bend space and time. Bend space so as to almost touch the other side and make travelling no longer time consuming. Bend time so as to make the passing of time faster or slower in pockets of space. But never leaping from the present to the past or the future.

Time is one with the universe. If you change the past in this room, you change the past in this area, this world, this solar system, this galaxy, this occurrence, and the universe. You can’t change the past, but it can certainly be viewed with the power of the spirit world. Everything is in the present.

Neither can anyone visit 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.

The future is not “written in the stars”. It is yet to come whether it depends on randomness or free will. A person can certainly predict the future for a specific personal act. Such as the act of swallowing water. Only one free will is involved here and that is his. As soon as more people are involved in a decision making, the future becomes vague. Now, when you combine this with randomness, it becomes almost an impossibility. However, with future quantum computations predicting the probabilities of occurrences, the future may be manageable but it can never be as dead set as the past. The Universe is a perfect place for our need to explore as God created it and the future certainly depends on randomness and the conglomeration of humanity’s freedom of choice.

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Advent of Religions

Is religion bad? No! Religion is good. Religion gives a person something to believe in and something to belong to. Religion creates UNITY in people. The variety of religions provides choices. It allows the individual to belong to a group where he/she feels comfortable and accepted.

Did God create religions? NO! Religions were invented by inspired humans for humans to belong to a group, to a community where they can share the same concept of loving and sharing, the same concept of who the supreme being (God) is. To keep the group united the founders of religions capitalized on kindness and guilt. They also instilled the valued concept that the soul can be damned into eternal sorrow. So they based religion on the salvation of the soul from eternal damnation. Religion instills the idea in us, that we are born with the tendency towards evil. The founders of religions branded the survival instinct of humans, that would make a human deprive others for the sake of survival, as an inherent evil. Instead of molding and teaching the young to overcome this instinct to “cheat”, “insult” and “deprive”, by using the principles of universal stewardship, the spiritual leaders simply condemned this as evil.

Did God give us commandments? Did he make a laundry list for humans of what is good and what is bad? NO. God did not do any of those. Men did. God continues to inspire us everyday, God continues to communicate with us via our feelings and enlightened minds. God continues to communicate with us through nature. Visions or premonitions could possibly be inspirations from the spirit world or simply the captured thoughts that resonated from the living human consciousness. The spiritual leaders interpreted these inspirations and have conveniently written books and commandments in the name of God.

Writing things down as laws coming from men is not as intimidating as writing it down as coming from God. The spiritual leaders knew, that if the author is God, it will carry more weight and influence. Fear and guilt are the simple tools of the spiritual leader to make people believe. Again, preaching “Salvation from Damnation” worked wonders for the spiritual leaders.

Gathering people together to give thanks to God is good. Preaching all the goodness of humanity is good. Teaching humanity to care for mother nature is good. However, this did not get many followers. This did not create the bond to form a Union that the spiritual leader wanted for his group. So the formula was Fear. Fear from eternal damnation. The unexplainable natural disasters became capital goods for the spiritual leader. He capitalized on the CONSEQUENCES of the negatives. The negative brings on damnation. This created fear and fear from losing God became the ticket to the Unity for his organization, which later gave birth to religions.

Everyone feels guilt. When we do something wrong we feel that need for atonement. The founders of religions capitalized on this. Strangely enough Christianity is based on the teachings of Jesus Christ, yet he did not start a religion. Gautama Buddha was not the founder of the religion of Buddhism. Judaism was not founded by Abraham even though he is honored as the father of the Covenant. The bottom line is this: founders of religions took the teachings of the great teachers and used their great teachings to create a religion to unite a group of people to sustain the contradictory force of others who do not believe in the same concepts. Hence, every religion teaches that their way is the only way. This kind of teaching creates conflict, bias and prejudice.

Every single religion did not start immediately as a religion. They all started as a group of people. Even in modern society, this is true. There is always that one person who has the charisma to lead, to organize and to use his idea to form a group or infuse his idea into an existing group. More often than not, the intention is always towards a lofty goal to better the community morally and spiritually. Founders of religions used philosophy and moral values as foundations of their teachings. They used the exemplary lives of past leaders or community members who led heroic lives and sacrificed it for the betterment of others, or of those who struggled through life and found atonement for peace and tranquility in their lives. These individuals, combined with philosophy and the teaching of moral values became the foundation of religions.

Religion grew on the desperation of humanity instead of its prosperity. Seldom would you read in the books of religions the teachings on how to be prosperous. Rarely is there anything about being pro-active. The focus is not on teaching the children the values of universal stewardship. Rather, the target of religions is on organizational growth and the preparation of humanity’s salvation from damnation.

“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.”

Our relationship with God is on a one on one basis. Accountability is personal and never as a group, an organization, a community or a nation. Our covenant with God is always personal and never as a religion. A group of people may decide on an action or commitment, but each individual made his/her own choice. As far as God is concerned the consequences or accountability later will always be personal.

The target or main topic of religion is always the after life. However, bear in mind that there is no religion in the spirit world. Religion is only for the living. Created by the living to benefit the living organization.

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Stewards or Guardians

We are the guardians, protectors, custodians, keepers, caretakers, maintainers, defenders, overseers, curators, administrators and stewards of God’s blessings and creation.

God reveals himself to us through creation. We are not to have dominion over creation, we have been entrusted to live in harmony with God’s creation.

  • We are to have responsible and sustainable stewardship over God’s creation.
  • Utilize God’s creations to improve yourself, to achieve your goals, and to learn as much as you can from your journey in life. Do not abuse God’s creation. Gain from it and share your abundance. Develop what you can but with the attitude of sustainable development for posterity. Harvest the bounty of the world but always let nature return to its living splendor.
  • Always treat God’s creation with: RESPECTPRUDENCEGRATITUDE and KINDNESS
  • Do not waste. Use only what is needed. Do not simply discard when you no longer need a usable item, donate it or recycle it. Recycle all waste products and do not simply dump them. Keep our environment clean.

We survive and prosper by utilizing God’s creation. As long as we are on this planet, everything that we do is intimately and intrinsically connected as it is all throughout the universe. The cycles, the randomness, the sunrise or sunset; for an instant there is no difference. It is all in the motion.

A man sailing out in the open sea sees a sunrise and at that very instant a man riding his horse somewhere sees a sunset. The air that the Brazilian feels against her face could possibly be that same air that gently touched the face of Jesus Christ in Jerusalem. The rain that the Australian feels rolling down his cheek could very well be originated from the evaporated waters in Mongolia. We are all connected. We all breath the same air and we all drink the same water. Care and sustain mother earth. Do not pollute, corrupt or defile our source of life. Let us protect our environment, our habitat.

The development of technology allows us to manipulate science for the advancements towards prosperity of humanity but more often than not, at the sacrifice of mother earth. The growing knowledge of science and technology is meant to help in the salvation of God’s creation and not simply for the prosperity of humanity.

Every child outgrows its nest. Soon humanity will outgrow mother earth. Will mother earth be able to nurse us until our minds will be advanced enough so we can wield its ultimate power of traveling beyond time, space and matter with a the simple power of our thought? Maybe, maybe not. Until then let us not deprive mother earth with the advancements of science and technology. Let us be the stewards of the universe. Let us propagate universal stewardship.

The bible documents that humans shall have dominion or shall rule over the earth. It reads: “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule (have dominion) over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground.” That mentality has led us to the deterioration of our environment. We are not to have dominion or rule over the earth. We are supposed to be the guardians or stewards of mother earth.

The order of things are as follows: God, self, family, country(tribe), religion(ideology). Let us not ever forget that. Universal Stewardship is not about religion or country. It is about God’s creation.

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The Universe

God created the universe. He created a perfect place for prosperity and happiness with accountability.

God is time and freewill. When he created the universe, he shared himself (time and freewill) and he embedded randomness and life in his creation .
Freewill and randomness made life more interesting and unpredictable.

When he shared his freewill, he simultaneously created souls-spirits (eternal) with freewill and other corporeal life forms with intrinsic freewill as well and he infused this new creation with the delicate ingredient of emotion. Freewill and emotion are two powerful forces in this universe which nourishes and destroys.

How God created the universe is the playground of theorists. What everybody seems to agree on is that there is Time, Randomness, Matter, Space, force, gravity and even dimensions. Then there are theories of the opposites and multiverse.

Most scientists seem to agree on the big bang theory and even in the recurring big bang theory. They theorize on the ever expanding and contracting universe and that the cycle of life and intelligence goes off and on.

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. There is no end. 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. This “emptiness” is what holds the universe together and it is entangled with the spirit domain where everything is connected and intertwined. The soul (conglomerate of thoughts) of the sentient being dwells in the spirit realm where it is not confined, restricted or limited by matter, space, gravity, or dimensions. Matter, Space, force, gravity and even dimensions are the perception of sentient beings in the corporeal world where energy is utilized to accomplish anything and everything. In the spirit world, none of these are essential. Will power and emotion are the two essential forces from God that allow the spirit world to be vibrant with life.

Within this universe God created a LIFE force, spiritual and corporeal and along with this came Free Will. Everything that God has created can be destroyed, only two things will remain unimpaired: Time and Freewill.

Time is the past and the future which hinges on the present. There are all kinds of theories out there about bending space and time but that’s all they are, theories. There may come a time through the advancement of science and technology that humans may be able to manipulate and bend space and time. Bend space so as to almost touch the other side and make travelling no longer time consuming. Bend time so as to make the passing of time faster or slower in pockets of space. But never leaping from the present to the past or the future.

Time is one with the universe. If you change the past in this room, you change the past in this area, this world, this solar system, this galaxy, this occurrence, and the universe. You can’t change the past, but it can certainly be viewed with the power of the spirit world. Everything is in the present.

Neither can anyone visit 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.

The future is not “written in the stars”. It is yet to come whether it depends on randomness or free will. A person can certainly predict the future for a specific personal act. Such as the act of swallowing water. Only one free will is involved here and that is his. As soon as more people are involved in a decision making, the future becomes vague. Now, when you combine this with randomness, it becomes almost an impossibility. However, with future quantum computations predicting the probabilities of occurrences, the future may be manageable but it can never be as dead set as the past. The Universe is a perfect place for our need to explore as God created it and the future certainly depends on randomness and the conglomeration of humanity’s freedom of choice.

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.

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) or about the “End of times”, “Armageddon”, “Judgement day”, “New beginning”. Many believe them to be true. They believe in predestination, yet they also believe in “free will”. Now this contradict each other. 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 “free will” 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 creation “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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Who are these “false gods”?

Symbols of worship

Some cultures and religions worship many gods. Are they wrong? Believers in monotheistic religions think so. What is the common denominator in all these religions? It is the belief in the power that is beyond the corporeal realm. The belief that there is power beyond this world and that it comes from the spirit world and the universe itself. The power of God.

We are humans. When we are desperate we ask, we beg and we pray. When we are at the end of our rope we reach out, we hope for a miracle and we pray some more.

Be focused when you pray. Focus requires internal visualization. This clarifies the mind and calms our soul and allows us to pray meaningfully and not just mumble repetitive words. Focus gives us clarity. Many cultures in their quest for focus have adapted the need for objects, trinkets, mementos, images, emblems, past heroes, leaders and loved ones with charisma and have elevated them to symbols of power to communicate with the gods. Praying with the use of symbols helps the mind to focus, thereby making the prayers personal and meaningful.

As each symbol enables focus to open the portal to the spirit world for miracles to be performed, the symbol became the perpetual symbol of a god a benefactor or guardian. Rituals are performed in honor of this guardian to show him/her gratitude and wish to have this god bestow his/her favor and maybe kindness on the followers or believers. The followers look up to the symbol or “entity” for hope. Yet the monotheistic believers condemn these people as non-believers or simply as “idol” worshipers for not praying to or worshiping the one true God. But, God did not create us to worship him.

So what is the difference between praying to a one God or to many “gods”? What are we doing when we pray? We channel, we communicate. God does not answer our prayers by pouring the “ocean” into our “cup” of need. Instead our “cups” are filled from the vessels dipped from the “ocean” by his spiritual stewards. Asking for help from a guardian does not mean you dishonor God. You are actually honoring God when you ask for help. You acknowledged the existence of God through prayer.

Find a “friend” in the spirit world. Someone you are comfortable to relate with and he/she can help you channel and focus your prayers to GOD. Find a symbol or memento that will help strengthen your bond. Communicate with your loved ones who passed away. Don’t pray for them, you can pray or talk to them and ask for their help.

The powerful beings in the spirit world are not all good. There are those who are the followers of satan. Prayers are not only for the good, prayers can come from the bad as well. Satan and his followers also listen to prayers.

What is the bottom line? Is God about religions? Is he about us worshiping him? Is he about about the end and judgement day? NO!

“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.”

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Worship vs Reverence of God and Prayer

Worship:

Worship by definition: The feeling or expression of adoration for a deity. To honor or idolize with religious rites. To praise (someone) excessively or obsequiously.

To worship: How does a person feel when he/she worships? It is difficult to explain. It is very personal. It is mostly about feelings, about gratitude and about love. Some in anguish for the lack of fulfillment. In some instances with the demand of sacrifices.

Reverence:

Reverence by definition: The deep respect for someone or something. To hold someone in a very high regard almost in fear of retribution.

To revere: How does a person feel when he/she reveres? A person behaves. He/She is in awe in an almost imposed poise of respect for the revered. A person does not want to offend the revered.

Prayer:

Prayer can be a part in the act of worshiping or revering. Prayer is a simple and honest wish or request for help or an expression of thanks or greetings. Prayer can help pave the path to redemption. Pray a little everyday. Say hello to your long lost loved ones. Have a nice meaningful conversation.

What prompts a person to pray to God? A time of need usually prompts a person to pray. But there are many other reasons why people pray. Most are self-centered. A silent prayer is the best way to communicate with God and with his helpers who can help you.

Praying builds and strengthens the link between you and the spirit world. The more you pray, the stronger the connection. The spirit world does not need a “voice”. It can hear your thoughts “loudly”. It is best not to show off to people that you “know” how to pray. Praying loudly in front of people you do not know can lead to vanity. Vanity is empty. Vanity will always remain as the favorite “sin” of the devil. It is easy to fall for Vanity. It is more difficult to be humble. Humility is acceptance. Humility is “quiet pride”, it is between the individual and God. Once humility takes on a “voice” it leans towards vanity.

  • Pray not to ask God for forgiveness,,, God already forgave you.
    • Apology is important in life. Learn to apologize sincerely. Ask those who you offended for forgiveness and learn to forgive those who offended you. Forgive yourself, then after your atonement do not dwell in guilt, “Move on”.
    • Why does a person ask for forgiveness anyway? He must have done something grave and hurtful to others or possibly failed to act, that now he personally feels the obligation to ask for forgiveness. Did he deprive God? No! He deprived the living. Yes, prudently ask God for forgiveness but do not stop there. There must be atonement or reparation for the behavior. If none of the people are alive for you to approach and ask for forgiveness, then be accountable for your actions through kindness. Kindness towards others, animals, and the environment. That’s how you ask for forgiveness from God. Be accountable. Do reparations via kindness.
  • Pray not to say “thank you” to God….. God does not need your gratitude. He wants you to share your goodwill or your prosperity.
    • Thank those who where there for you when you needed them. Be kind.
  • Pray not to ask God for strength… God already gave you strength, you just need to learn how to use it.
    • God gave you the strength, so when you are down, pick yourself up, give it another try. Believe in yourself, believe that you can succeed.
    • Ask for guidance from your loved ones. The love that binds you will give you strength.
    • Respect humanity and all that is around you. Do not expect respect, give it. Respect builds strength.
  • Pray not to ask for prosperity….Anything and everything that you want or could possibly want has already been provided and presented to you or laid out for you by God. You have to make your move to help yourself.
  • A simple statement loudly or quietly of “Oh, God, help me!” made with humility and conviction to change for the better can and may work miracles. When you have concluded that you are not living the life that you want and you want to change, don’t just wish for a change. You need to find that change, pray and fight for that change. Fight to find that better version of yourself. Fight with everything that you can muster. Fight with every ounce of energy that you have. Don’t be shy, pray and ask for help, pray to your long lost loved ones. Death did not curtail your love. Communicate with him/her through prayer. He/She is there, always willing and able to help you. Communicate and reach out. Keep the bond alive, this allows them to protect you and be your guardian. Help is everywhere. Reach out.
  • Pray not to ask for security…..God provided us with the strength to secure ourselves.  Do not give-in to bullies or those who want to deprive human rights.
    • Security paves the way to prosperity. God gave you the ability to build the security for yourself and for those who you love.
  • Pray not to ask for peace….. The ability to attain peace is in the hands of humanity. We created the chaos, we can correct it.
  • Pray to stay calm and be with GOD.
    • God is always with you. Calmness will allow you to experience God. Calmness leads to tranquility and clarity. Calmness leads to true balance and happiness.


God did not put us here in this universe to worship him. Worshiping is like adding bribery on top of respect to get an extra bonus. We are not here to pray to Him and ask for help or miracles, or help solve our problems. We exists with all of God’s creations, we interact and when we do; good and bad happens, accidents happen, diseases occur, prosperity is generated, and also there are tragedies. We are inadvertently responsible for everything that happens to us.

We are here to learn, prosper and utilize what is made available for us to use. We do these with reverence. We are here to respect and love one another, to share this love, to help each other, to be balanced and to be enlightened. We love, thank and revere God for everything around us. Thank God by helping others and making this universe a better place.


The greatest advise came from Jesus Christ: “Love one another as I have loved you.” This is easier said than done. Most people do not even understand what the “love” is, that Christ was talking about.

Here is an acronym CORU, that may help: Care, Openness, Respect, and Understanding.

These four words can help simplify Christ’s advise and guide the individual towards loving someone and be one of the stewards of the universe.

  • Care: If you care for something, someone, an idea or anything, you pay serious attention or consideration to doing, working or relating with it correctly to avoid hurting the individual, damaging the object, or putting it at risk. If you care, you are kinder.
  • Openness: You avoid cheating or lying, you avoid secrecy or concealment. Do not make the assumption that your opinion is not valid. Voice it out with respect. Your are being straight forward or frank. Listen to both sides of the story before you conclude. Communicate with an open attitude and never take the other person for granted. A smile on your face makes it easier for others to open up.The book of wisdom: Job 13:5 has been taken out of context: “Oh, that you would altogether be silent! This for you would be wisdom.”Silence (tranquility) is a great way to communicate with God. However, we are humans. Our senses must be invigorated with words, touch or gesture. Open up.
  • Respect: GIVE RESPECT. DO NOT EXPECT RESPECT. “Respect is to be earned, only if lost once given.” If everybody is expecting respect, how can there be respect for one another? On the other hand, if everybody gives respect, there will be no need to expect it. The only time that respect needs to be earned is when the respect that was kindly given was disrespectfully lost. Anything done without respect is done either for the money, for a reward, as an obligation, out of tolerance, was told to, was forced to, was coerced to, or for vanity.
  • Understanding: To have compassion, patience, and sensitivity, for the action or words of the other person. To listen and comprehend. To be prudent before reacting. Sometimes the person you care for may have made a mistake per your perception, but before you react or conclude try to understand the reason for her/his actions. That is why openness is important.

CORU must be tempered with attitude. Attitude is developed from childhood. Your past, your perception of your surroundings and events contributes to the development of your attitude. Attitude becomes embedded in our personality. People tell you to develop a positive attitude. “Don’t be negative” is what everybody hears when an opinion is contradictory. It is good to think about a positive attitude but it is not easy to do. So it is best to develop and “open” attitude. Start the day with kindness to yourself and others. Kindness to others can be in the simplest way of showing respect for the opinions of others or by talking in a softer tone of voice and not condescending. Allow others to express themselves without intimidation.

Learn to walk away from disagreements even from bullies. But if a bully insists to be abusive (verbal, writing, gesture, or physical) and you are more than capable, then by all means give the bully an attitude adjustment.

Practice CORU to be able to love and ultimately be HAPPY.

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Prayer

Prayer can be a part in the act of worshiping or revering. Prayer is a simple and honest wish or request for help or an expression of thanks or greetings. Prayer can help pave the path to redemption. Pray a little everyday. Say hello to your long lost loved ones. Have a nice meaningful conversation.

What prompts a person to pray to God? A time of need usually prompts a person to pray. But there are many other reasons why people pray. Most are self-centered. A silent prayer is the best way to communicate with God and with his helpers who can help you.

Praying builds and strengthens the link between you and the spirit world. The more you pray, the stronger the connection. The spirit world does not need a “voice”. It can hear your thoughts “loudly”. It is best not to show off to people that you “know” how to pray. Praying loudly in front of people you do not know can lead to vanity. Vanity is empty. Vanity will always remain as the favorite “sin” of the devil. It is easy to fall for Vanity. It is more difficult to be humble. Humility is acceptance. Humility is “quiet pride”, it is between the individual and God. Once humility takes on a “voice” it leans towards vanity.

  • Pray not to ask God for forgiveness,,, God already forgave you.
    • Apology is important in life. Learn to apologize sincerely. Ask those who you offended for forgiveness and learn to forgive those who offended you. Forgive yourself, then after your atonement do not dwell in guilt, “Move on”.
    • Why does a person ask for forgiveness anyway? He must have done something grave and hurtful to others or possibly failed to act, that now he personally feels the obligation to ask for forgiveness. Did he deprive God? No! He deprived the living. Yes, prudently ask God for forgiveness but do not stop there. There must be atonement or reparation for the behavior. If none of the people are alive for you to approach and ask for forgiveness, then be accountable for your actions through kindness. Kindness towards others, animals, and the environment. That’s how you ask for forgiveness from God. Be accountable. Do reparations via kindness.
  • Pray not to say “thank you” to God….. God does not need your gratitude. He wants you to share your goodwill or your prosperity.
    • Thank those who where there for you when you needed them. Be kind.
  • Pray not to ask God for strength… God already gave you strength, you just need to learn how to use it.
    • God gave you the strength, so when you are down, pick yourself up, give it another try. Believe in yourself, believe that you can succeed.
    • Ask for guidance from your loved ones. The love that binds you will give you strength.
    • Respect humanity and all that is around you. Do not expect respect, give it. Respect builds strength.
  • Pray not to ask for prosperity….Anything and everything that you want or could possibly want has already been provided and presented to you or laid out for you by God. You have to make your move to help yourself.
  • A simple statement loudly or quietly of “Oh, God, help me!” made with humility and conviction to change for the better can and may work miracles. When you have concluded that you are not living the life that you want and you want to change, don’t just wish for a change. You need to find that change, pray and fight for that change. Fight to find that better version of yourself. Fight with everything that you can muster. Fight with every ounce of energy that you have. Don’t be shy, pray and ask for help, pray to your long lost loved ones. Death did not curtail your love. Communicate with him/her through prayer. He/She is there, always willing and able to help you. Communicate and reach out. Keep the bond alive, this allows them to protect you and be your guardian. Help is everywhere. Reach out.
  • Pray not to ask for security…..God provided us with the strength to secure ourselves.  Do not give-in to bullies or those who want to deprive human rights.
    • Security paves the way to prosperity. God gave you the ability to build the security for yourself and for those who you love.
  • Pray not to ask for peace….. The ability to attain peace is in the hands of humanity. We created the chaos, we can correct it.
  • Pray to stay calm and be with GOD.
    • God is always with you. Calmness will allow you to experience God. Calmness leads to tranquility and clarity. Calmness leads to true balance and happiness.

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Who is GOD?

God exists. He created the universe and everything in it. He is the past, present and future. He is infinite. God is in and outside of TIME, SPACE, MATTER, FORCE, GRAVITY and DIMENSIONS. Beyond positive or negative. He created perfection. All of God’s creation is wrapped around Time.

God is time and freewill. When he created the universe, he shared himself (time and freewill) which are the catalysts in all of his creations and he embedded randomness and life in his creation . Freewill and randomness made life more interesting and unpredictable.  These two make the universe a very interesting and fascinating place. There is always something to look forward to. When he shared his freewill, he simultaneously created souls-spirits (eternal) with freewill and other corporeal life forms with intrinsic freewill as well and he infused this new creation with the delicate ingredient of emotion. Freewill and emotion are two powerful forces in this universe which nourishes and destroys.

Religions portray God in many ways. One way is FEAR. Another is LOVE. That he is a jealous and controlling God. These are all qualities of a human leader which the creators of religions and ideologies gave God. They also gave God many names.

Did man know immediately that God exists? No! Man in his corporeal state is not fully joined with the spirit world and therefore lacks the clarity. Only those who have cycled from spirit to corporeal and back understood God more than anyone else.

Man needed to experience God. Man needed to experience God’s creation to realize that God exists. Humanity’s perception of God came in many ways.

Our emotions (positive and negative) not our intelligence made us first realize that there is God. The experiences of joy, happiness, laughter, prosperity, relaxation, bravery, love, compassion, kindness, sadness, anger, loss, anxiety, stress, fear, yearning, hope, guilt, greed, deprivation, vanity and hate helped us to be aware of someone superior to humans. These experiences made humans realize that there’s something or someone out there that is beyond the powers of humans. When an individual accomplishes something that is beyond his personal capacity as he knows it, he then realizes a power from beyond has helped him.

When we see others suffer, we feel compassion. We get this sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings or misfortunes of others. The instinctive kindness and mercy pours out from our hearts. When humans feel the ill effects of the negativeness in life, he began to question his own existence. Fear of deprivation sets in. He begins to justify his fears by asking questions like: What am I doing here? What is life? In times of prosperity and happiness, man doesn’t even have second thoughts about the “woes” of life.

God’s plan is simple. He created us. We are to take this gift of Life and live to be prosperous and happy, to love and to share our abundance and be accountable for our thoughts, words, and deeds.

Since time immemorial, man accepted God and also denied the existence of God. There are more who accept vs those who reject. The common denominator in most of those who reject God is that they have accepted God before then somehow because of deprivation, selfishness, vanity or confusion, they have concluded that God does not exist.

Even atheist believe in love, yet they can’t explain love. Love is not a simple reaction. Love transcends. Atheists believe in this but can’t explain it. Yet they conveniently deny God. Every single one of them maintain the DENIAL LOGIC.

Many books were and are still being written about the non-existence of God and some of the authors became famous specially in the atheistic realm. These books were written based on the writings of religions. To them religion is the foundation of God. Wrong! God is the foundation of religions. Religions were invented by inspired humans for humans to belong to a group, to a community where they can share the same concept of loving and sharing, the same concept of who the supreme being (God) is.

The target or main topic of religion is always the after life. However, bear in mind that there is no religion in the spirit world. Religion is only for the living. Created by the living to benefit the living organization.

“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.”

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Satan, who is he?

Satan is as real as Jesus Christ and as real as all of us. Satan exists. The bible describes satan as a the fallen angel (Lucifer). Is satan the son of God? Yes, he is. Just as all of us are the children of God. Why is satan powerful, influential and can perform amazing acts or miracles? Why is he depicted by many religions as a very powerful being? If God created all souls equal, why are some more powerful than others? Why can some manifest themselves in a corporeal form while others can’t?

Note: >>> Read about SOULS

Satan is a very old soul who chose to aspire the ability to be corporeal and spirit concurrently and eternally try to control both realms. He has been through several cycles accumulating instinctive knowledge and power. He gets more powerful after every cycle and he retains more of his spiritual memories in his corporeal state.

Written history has revealed that he has the ability to manifest himself temporarily anywhere he pleases to be, but he still does not have the ability to stay corporeal eternally or to choose his corporeal destination. He still perishes while he is in the corporeal state.

There will be a time when he will be in his final cycle where his corporeal body will be eternally joined with the spirit world through the power of his ki. Thereby enabling him to manifest himself anywhere in the universe and stay there as long as he wants.

Satan and his followers preach that theirs is the only true path to salvation from damnation, the preservation of self via greed which breeds bias and prejudice. They preach love (selfish love). The love of only “among” a group of people. They preach tolerance. They cause conflict, then fear and submission. So he can effectively rule and influence through vanity and deception, through deprivation and the ever unreachable reward of fulfillment.

But satan will never be an unstoppable force. What he is doing is not unique, others like him are doing the same. There is competition, even from his followers. His problem is not only competition, his problem is the other unstoppable good soul with many others following him. The good will unite with affinity, whereas the evil competes and always stand alone. Evil may collaborate, but ultimately they will be at each other’s throat.

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