One of the biggest questions we face, as humanity: is, what is transient versus what is stable within the possibilities of thought? Or more simply, what part of our existence dies with the body/ versus what part of thought, can remain alive!
We grant the simple concept of thought resides in energy/ and energy constructs a freedom that can be released: yet remaining energy in a simply altered state. But then question what about life is thought/ versus what about thought equals an individual life?
Given the functionality of energy we assemble a more delicate relationship between life and mass; by reminding the reader that mass contains a potential energy, as in the energy which holds it together, or the energy that is released with movement in that mass. More specifically: even a rock holds energy within its grasp. Thought makes it possible for a living bodily mass, to use that energy to produce a freedom: and then experience or express that freedom to achieve an individual decision.
Thought then equates the relationship which is an individual freedom, to its achievement which is an individual decision. The human body gives as the brain, its “feedback, to conceive of the relationships caused. The fundamental equation: thought produces freedom/ which identifies specific purposes or desires.
We then question life, to consider the constant that is time, until the body dies. Or more specifically, with death: the energy contained is simply released. That removes its response, and ability to measure or survive. Alternately the energy itself, which is responsible for containing or presenting thought. Energy takes with it, the potential of that thought/ because aside from its relationship with the experience and expression of mass: thought has no recognizable link with that mass, other than individuality. Therefore we can understand the concept of individuality is transient because it leaves with the body/ UNLESS, the pathways of thought itself, has been able to sustain individuality without a body.
What does stable mean? The critical construction is: thought MUST be contained by boundaries and limits, so as to conceive of its own individuality. Stable is then the sustained element of a truth, that lives within the confines of what we create as ourselves. Without purity, it will fail. But with sufficient values added in to achieve the disciplines necessary for order, there will be balance. Therefrom the critical equation is: that our individuality is determined by our own truth/ and that truth must be defined by desire; so that a purpose will emerge as what we call “myself”.
We then ask of value: WHY do we recognize life? Mass is not obligated to achieve that recognition: what then is the distinction of life, which reports our existence, and defines then the measure of time as our humanity? Your universities would use this “for horrific things”/ and it will not be answered.
So we search the relationship of thought to life instead, and assemble: the expansion of self, leads to the many doors thought arranges as the possibilities of discipline. The denial of self, leads to the pathways, which grant the existence of order as is consistent with law. The definitions of self, organize and balance the critical values which become our relationship with life. Therefore desire asserts, with life I can become self. In contrast with the purpose of thought, which is to become “spiritually free”.
Here the door which passes between life or death cracks open just a tiny bit. If we grant only humanity as a body dies/ then we realize the energy which gives us the freedom for life, does in fact escape. So the question is: will that energy dissipate into nothing/ or will that energy be transmitted back from where it came; as in the source of thought alive/ or will that energy be imprisoned by a truth that is not allowed to die; either for good or bad is unimportant to this discussion.
The critical question is: WHAT is true? Therefore the critical answer is: what will the laws that govern this universe demand? Within that grasp of dignity (we are worth more than a body): is the question what is YOUR truth! An individual identity pure enough to sustain its value: returns to the one who gave that value of life. An individual life lost, because it cannot retain the boundaries or limits of an identity; dissipates into nothing. Whereas an identity conceived or created without value, must achieve its own environmental reward/ without the aid of freedoms.
This is a basic construct of law: you must be what you are in truth; AND, there is no going back to change what you no longer desire. Truth decides your fate. Energy is a vehicle, you are the passenger. So the question is: if we live within the grasp of energy itself/ then what is energy, and how do we sustain that travel or its participation in our lives? The answer is not to be given. But we can identify: energy as we know it in this time, is known either as kinetic, potential, or atomic.
Physical energy begins as the containment of outward motion (proton)/ by the constant that is an anti energy (dark energy) or opposite of motion (neutron). We KNOW this exists within the atom: because extreme energy is contained, and there is no way to contain and “outward energy”/ UNLESS you have something that retains its motion to an environment. That participation of balance gives us the atom. Kinetic motion is the proton in whatever form released. Potential energy is the proton in whatever form sustained. Time is the deterioration of disciplines in atomic motions, that leads to a fragmenting of order. In addition to these states of matter, and it’s energy; by physical laws: are the spiritual elements beyond time.
Spirit means truth by law, through purity of composition retaining its substance. Or more simply: the laws of energy are subject to the various truths which complete their description and definition of value or purity. Life adds in, an entirely different substance: to be identified with very specific substance as a truth, bound together by purities of value. We then ask: WHAT binds purity to value?
Value replies: the price worth living for! So the question returns: what is desire, that we trust the purpose of our existence will share in JOY? Without joy, there is no true purpose to life or living: consequently we know, that it is a fundamental value worth living for. We then examine the elements of humanity in time, to relinquish and realize: that love in its state of purity without contamination does in fact, bring us joy. Thereby we know: that ultimately our destiny in a life beyond time, is critically tied to love!
James Frank Osterbur