Nick_A wrote: ↑Wed Sep 18, 2019 9:43 pm
Dontaskme wrote: ↑Tue Sep 10, 2019 1:22 pm
Non-existence is existence. All non-sense. You're all tragically obsessed with this idea of non existing.
But, who are you, and where are you?
Can you recall your very own inception. Nope, you relied on secondry knowledge to inform you (an idea) There is simply no such thing as an individual in existence. From source to source an endless OFFspring.
Out of curiosity and not as a gotcha type question, what is your opinion as to the purpose of the crucifixion even if you consider it imaginary? Why did the Christ volunteer for it and what was to be gained by this quality of suffering?
Allow me to consult my memory, the place I archive away all my made up stories, the place where I spend all of my allotted time, the only place that I am familiar with, since I know of no other place.
The story of Jesus and his sacrifice was a metaphor for no thing living life.
Jesus was the thing that had to die to prove to the other things that things can die and come back alive. And that there was no real sacrifice because it was just a fictional story showing that things, which are really just thoughts can come and go...meaning thoughts are born and that which is born must die.
Now, here's the revelation, thoughts come and go in something that does not come and go. And that's what Jesus aka a metaphorical idea of the mind was attempting to point to.
So what was the something in which 'thoughts' come and go? ...The answer to that question is the something was nothing or for want of a better word the something that is nothing is everything aka it's one without a second... and that's what was meant by infinity now aka eternal life for no one that the metaphorical story of Jesus, was pointing to.
In other words, knowing you are born, is to know you are going to die. So that belief, which is exactly what it is, a belief born of knowledge, informing the the mind of concepts known... can be a form of suffering for the believing mind/brain. Also, there are many other forms of suffering, like pain and stuff, including mental abuse suffering caused by believing the conceptual words to be real and true, and so this is the kind of suffering the human sentient mind suffers from, because it gained the knowledge as depicted in the biblical story of Eden.
However, in real reality, there is no knowledge of anything except in this immaculate conception..enter Jesus the thing known) that knows nothing, Jesus is the something that is everything for if one thing is known then everything is known...all knowing.
Knowledge of life is all but a conceptual fictional story believed to be real.
So for the believing brain of knowledge, aka the memory, there is hope, in knowing knowledge there can be known the end of knowledge which is like going back to the original garden of eden of pure innocence, like where the rest of nature resides. But for the human mind, it has become too conditioned to go back to it's original innocent state, besides, there is nothing to do in the place absent of knowledge, so most minds don't want to live there...but then there is the exception of the minds who awoken to the truth that Jesus was pointing out, and for those awakened minds that's exactly where they want to be, the place of doing nothing, being nothing, and knowing nothing, a state where life just unfolds all by itself without any preferences for it to be one way or the other, a state that just accepts everything the way it is, the way it wants to flow unconditionally without resisting any of it, and just allowing it to be as it is.