In Buddhism there is no creation because creation needs a starting point.In Buddhism existence exists since forever with no begining or end.
THAT STATEMENT SEEMS TO MAKE ZERO SENSE
THE STATEMENT IS SO FAR OUT, IT IS HARD TO EVEN TRY TO ANSWER SUCH AN STATEMENT……
TO BELIEVE THERE WAS NO BEGINNING ENDS IN 1 ANSWER ONLY---NOTHING---ZERO--BLANK AND THE OPPOSITE OF AN ENDLESS UNIVERSE THAT WAS MADE IN PERFECTION, BALANCED IN PERFECTION. ORGANIZED BY A "CREATION" BY DESIGN……….A "WANT" TO HAVE SUCH A SYSTEM. A SYSTEM SO VAST, NO HUMAN CAN EVEN COMPREHEND SUCH THINGS AND THAT IS WHY THE ANCIENT BIBLE TYPE MONKS STATED IT LIKES THIS:
YOU THE HUMAN IS NOTHING MORE THAN CLAY FORMED BY YOUR GOD AND WHO ARE YOU---TO QUESTION YOUR CREATOR………
YOUR STATEMENT IS LEAVING OUT GOD. GOD THE UNKNOWN SOURCE OF CREATION OF ALL AND BY LEAVING OUT GOD, YOU WOULD ALSO BE SAYING YOU ARE IN CHARGE OF EVERYTHING IN YOUR LIFE---YOU DECIDE, ONLY YOU AND THAT WOULD LEAD TO HUMANS BEING NOTHING BUT THE END RESULT OF 2 PEOPLE WHO DECIDED IF YOU WERE TO BE OR NOT TO BE…………PUTTING HUMANS IN CHARGE OF CREATION OF CHILDREN. ONE WOULD NOT NEDED TO THINK VERY LONG AT ALL, TO UNDERSTAND SUCH A STATEMENT HAS NOT MORE FACTS THAT THE END RESULT IT IS BASED UPON---WHICH IS "NOTHING"….AND THERE FOR HUMANS WOULD BE NOTHING, SAME AS ANIMALS WOULD BE NOTHING. IT WOULD REMOVE ALL ASPECTS OF LOVE AND LOYALTY AND ALL WOULD BE IN 100% CHAOS AND A SOCIETY OF KILL OR BE KILLED--BECAUSE AFTER ALL, YOUR STATEMENT REMOVES ALL POSSIBILITIES OF GOD OR LIFE BEFORE OR AFTER YOUR BODY.
If there is no creation
THAT STATEMENT IS SO ABSOLUTE WRONG---NOTHING COULD MAKE SENSE AND NOTHING COULD HAVE SCIENCE OR REALITY---BECAUSE THAT WOULD MEAN THE OPPOSITE OF ALL KNOWN LAWS AND HUMANS WOULD BE NOTHING MORE THAN A MISTAKE WAITING TO CHANGE---BECAUSE YOU ARE GOING THE PATH OF NO GOD AND THAT YOU CAME FROM OCEAN BACTERIA AND WAS A MONKEY BEFORE YOU WERE A HUMAN…………PEOPLE WITH SUCH BELIEFS WOULD LIVE IN FEAR OF ALL AND FIGHT ALL FOR YOUR DAILY SURVIVAL...
then there is no need ot channel so called gods/entities that have the audacity to claim that they created everything.
YOUR READING SOME RIDICULOUS GARBAGE THAT MAKES ZERO SENSE. YES, EVERYTHING THAT HAS EVE BEEN WRITTEN TO PAPER IS MAN'S THEORY ON PAPER, BUT WHEN IT MAKES NO SENSE, THEN IT SHOULD BE REJECTED 100%.
TAKE ANY HUMAN THAT DOES NOT BELIEVE IN GOD THAT CREATED THEM AND YOU HAVE AN EXAMPLE OF A LOST PERSON. A LOST SOUL OR SOULLESS PERSON.
AT THE END OF EACH EATH CYCLE HUMANS MUST DENY THE EXISTENCE OF GOD AND THIS IS WHY YOU TODAY SEE ALL THE MAJOR COLLEGES DOING ALL THEY CAN TO PERVERT THE YOUNG PEOPLE AND SHAME THEM AND CALL THEM RACIST AND BIGOTS AND KNOCK THEM DOWN UNTIL THEY AGREE WITH THE TEACHERS THAT THERE MUST NOT BE A GOD AND YOU ALL JUST CAME FROM POND SCUM LOING AGO.
IT IS FINE THAT HUMANS SPEAK MANY LANGUAGES AND ARE OF MANY COLORS AND BELIEFS---BUT THE ONES THAT DO NOT BELIEVE THAT GOD CREATED ALL AND THAT GOD IS INSIDE THEM----THOSE ARE THE RELIGIONS AND RACES THAT WILL MURDER AND EAT EACH OTHER AND THE MEANEST OF EACH GROUP WILL MAKE THEM SELVES THE CHIEF, THE GOD, THE MASTER OF THE WEAK.
IT WOULD BE MY OPINION THAT HUMANS THAT HAVE NO BELIEF IN GOD, WOULD BE LONELY / SCARED PEOPLE JUST WAITING TO DIE AND THEY WOULD BELIEVE THEY CHOSE TO CREATE A CHILD--MAKING THEM SELVES THE GODS OF THEIR EXISTENCE….AND THEY WOULD HAVE ZERO VALUE OF LIFE, BECAUSE THEY HAVE NO FUTURE AND NO PAST AND LIVE CONFUSED.
Hi there, I started a thread however I will love to keep with this one too. I need to lose almost 100 pounds. I'm doing this to stop my cycle of overeating and to stop drinking so much. I'm usually very healthy, but lately I cannot stop eating and drinking, I'm thinking if I have someone else that is trying to do a water fast, that would help me stay on track :) p.s. I don't know how that picture appeared with my message, I will try to edit my profile to remove it.
Thank you, I have already lost 2 babies so we are not trying at this point, however i have seen 15 drs and no one can help me, the meds the have prescribed haven't worked so now I am severely depressed over the loss of having a family.
Is your problem systematic too? I feel like they will never go away, I have done 2 rounds of albz and 1 of prazi and still I feel movement. I got them in my eyes and now I am having constant problems with my eyes. I did the wormwood/clove/ green walnut tincture for 4 weeks too. I have low ovarian reserve and feel like my chance of having a child is running out but I cannot do so whilst I know I have parasites and that could take years to get rid of
Now that i know i have blasto and possibly candida and SIBO what kind of approach should i take in terms of treatment? should i take a step by step systematic approach or try to attack everything at once? i am already on a no sugar low carb diet which has laid the foundation. now i need to start killing. my body is in a very sensitive state so i cant tolerate any prescription meds - also thats what started all my problems to begin with
Ash Wednesday somberly reminds us that we’re all going to die. But it also reminds us of something much more important.
Today is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the forty-day period in the church calendar known as Lent, a time of preparation leading up to Holy Week and Resurrection Sunday. Around the world, countless Christians will have the sign of the cross written on their foreheads in ash—what is known as the imposition of ashes—and will hear the words, “Remember that you are dust and to dust you will return.”
That reminder, along with the various exercises in self-denial associated with Lent, can give the forty days prior to Good Friday and Easter Sunday a somewhat gloomy tone.
But that would be missing the point. During Lent, we confront our mortality not only to be reminded of it, but also in order to better understand why we need not fear it.
And make no mistake, our culture fears mortality, and goes to absurd lengths to keep that fear at bay. Eric told you on BreakPoint yesterday how several luminaries of the tech world “see their mortality and humanity not as realities to accept, but as hurdles to overcome.” Their attempts to avoid death are the stuff of science fiction, such as uploading their consciousness to a computer and a kind of medical vampirism.
It’s not only tech luminaries who try to keep thoughts of their mortality at bay. We all do. Years ago, when my grandfather was dying, he suffered terribly for about three or four months. In sorrow, I remember asking my pastor, “Why doesn’t God just take him?”
Honestly, I expected my pastor to say something along the lines of, “Well, God has His ways, and His own timing.” But he said something more important that I’ll never forget: “Because your grandfather,” he said, “needs to know his mortality before he meets his maker.”
Now if that sounds a bit unkind, or even cruel on God’s part, recall that God did not spare his only Son in this regard. The Epistle to the Hebrews speaks of Jesus “tasting death for everyone.” As New Testament scholar Mary Healy writes in her commentary on Hebrews, “To ‘taste’ death means to experience its bitter reality. Jesus drank the cup of suffering and death to its dregs.”
What’s more, Jesus experienced this “tasting” as one of us in every way except sin. Later in chapter 5, Hebrews, referring to the Lord’s experience in the garden of Gethsemane, says that “During the days of Jesus’ life on earth, He offered up prayers and petitions with fervent cries and tears to the one who could save Him from death . . .” The Gospels also describe the physical and emotional toll of Jesus’ encounter with his mortality: “And being in anguish, [Jesus] prayed more earnestly, and his sweat was like drops of blood falling to the ground” (Luke 22:44).
And yet as we know, that wasn’t the end of the story. Less than seventy-two hours later, Jesus destroyed death. Not only that, as the author of Hebrews tells us, He freed “those who all their lives were held in slavery by their fear of death.”
This freedom is about more than the promise of heaven, although, as Paul tells us, to be with Christ is gain. As Healy writes, “We instinctively resist and recoil from everything that reminds us of our mortality—pain, deprivation, weakness, criticism, failure. This paralyzing fear . . . leads to various forms of escapism and addiction, induces us to grasp the false security nets proffered by Satan, and keeps us from pursuing the will of God with freedom, peace, and confidence.”
And that’s why Lent, including its reminder of our mortality, is the farthest thing from gloomy. Yes, like the “founder and perfecter of our faith,” we will taste death. But by God’s grace, death’s power over us, in this life as well as the next, is destroyed. And that’s great news.
Whether or not you typically participate in Lenten activities—like the imposition of ashes, fasting, or giving up something—I hope you’ll still use these forty days to face and ponder your mortality, with an eye to Jesus’ resurrection, and the resurrection that awaits all of us who belong to Him.