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Tuesday, July 12, 2022
Tuesday, July 5, 2022
There is no such thing as coincidence.
From Latin and other ancient words meaning “to fall together” a coincidence is defined as "the occurrence of events that happen at the same time by accident but seem to have some connection”.
Accident is defined as "lack of intention or necessity”.
Coincidence would indicate that things occurring at the same time have lack of intention or necessity. Yet in a universe where a main protocol for living is love– basically, care, having a concern, paying attention and giving attention to, God, others and self–if care and concern are the motivation behind the universe can there be “a lack of intention?”
Monday, June 27, 2022
Submit to authority
"Now wait a minute!" many will say. Submission to authority is a negative and not a positive.
Submit is "to yield one's self" and is from Latin words meaning under and let go, send.
Submission is letting go and allowing.
Authority is from Latin word auctor meaning master, leader, author and which should not be confused with actor indicating "to do, perform."
Monday, June 6, 2022
As we discussed in Protocols for Living: 2) Live in Reality and Protocols for Living: 3) Be Careful with What is Real, reality is real existence and the aggregate of all that is real.
Each individual has their own perception of that which constitutes their reality.
To destroy another's perception of reality is to destroy their reality. It shakes the very foundation of their world. Now, there may
be times where such foundations need shaking, but maliciously seeking to destroy someone's perception of reality is a harmful thing to seek.
A good protocol for living is to never seek to destroy another's reality. Like killing it is a destruction from which some never really recover.