Hive of Lights to Perfections

Frank and honest endeavoring for the truth, and if possible along the way, a few pence. Whatever comes I hope it's good. Otherwise this could end up being one major waste of time and bandwith, your's and mine.

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I enjoy creating. I enjoy wondering why I enjoy creating. I like to think that I like to think, but when it really comes to brass tacks--I try not to sit on them. In other words I'm a fair weather thinker. My experience is that intuition grants us far more value than any self induced knowledge, though I by no means advocate the abondonment of ration or logic. I simply believe that it's not all of which some seem to think it is. At least not in it's current state of accessability to humanity at large. I gladly forsake any semblance of openmindedness or equality in the view of mortals to touch, and remain as close to, that which is truly divine in life.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Love - segment Alpha

Previously I touched upon the requisite for there being the need for the existence of a degree of knowledge, or awareness, for love to exist. I don't think I can prove such but neither do I necessarily feel proofs necessary in this wandering pontification of the possible aspects and attributes of love.

My thought currently is that the awareness must either be, to some degree, something that both entities have. In other words for true love, of any degree, to exist both objects must have some form of intelligence. Not necessarily sentience, but intelligence OR the entity must be a form of an intelligence. I'll leave the definition of such 'till later.

So it would seem to me that the capacity for an object or entity to reciprocate to what ever it loves or whatever loves it determines, to at least some degree and at the very least, the profundity of which love can exist between the two objects.

This, to me, would help in explaining the relationship between God and His creation(s). He loves us all as His children, and we all, currently, are on an equal plane with respect to His love. We are all imperfect, and in sin, and His desire and power to free us from all evil is equal. But there will come a point where, if we do not chose to accept such, that we, of our own choice, will limit how much we permit God to express His love, and it would at some point seem to affect His actual love for us if we became terminally beings that he could not love without defying His own Holiness. (Again this is not set in stone truth, these are simply my scattered thoughts on such displayed with the hopes to refine such into a well ordered, and as pure as possible) This is both a testament to God's current love for us, as well as his 'love' for truth. The very fact that he will permit us to a path of self-determination, the fact that he will also grant all the materials necessary for such AND provide away to obtain his aid to leave the difficulties we place on ourselves, is a demonstration of His love.

I hold to the belief that God has told us concerning His view that "...the worth of souls is great in the sight of God;" This would make a great deal of sense if we consider the possibility that we can sever, through our own choice, a connection which God takes a great deal of joy in. His love for us, under this theory, would have the joy He has for us, due to the Love he extends toward us, as being eternal. For if his love for each one of us is eternal, for us to cut that off would sever an entire eternity of love, at least in some degree. This would explain the great expediency God expresses despite the fact that he's eternal and self-sufficient in all ways. It would seem that this would be the only way a being such as himself could suffer outside of the Atonement. That brings to mind the concept of suffering and it's seemingly eternal nature. If God could not feel sorrow then could he feel joy? I mean if there was nothing ventured, if it was a sure thing that his creation would chose Him then could it really be joy to be connected to such robotic beings?

More later.

--Find the Hive


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