Atomic Apple: Fear or embracing the hope of something better?

 
Core Dynamics: It has all come full circle. All of sudden, The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil doesn’t look as appealing as the snake said it did. Hard to believe our first parents chose it over Life — because now that knowledge is precipitating ‘fear’ in the masses and some people don’t want to know what’s coming so they can get on with the business of ‘living life.’ Maybe we’re all supposed to know this now and finally look at ourselves long and hard in the mirror for the choices we’ve made; individually and collectively. We’re living in the post-modern technical existential Age and maybe here’s the time when we get to the hilltop, look back over the path we trod and wonder if we’re now closer to life or annihilation. That’s what you call a fall – from infinity to divisibility– did a split with God result in a split of the atom? It’s now time for our close-up as Cecil B. DeMille would say. We’ll never get to the splendor in the next world until we get pass ourselves in this one. Never in human history has a world been in more need of our comfort, love and ministry of healing. This is the cross-roads of Earth and human history and these Earthchanges will challenge us to look up and outside self to define what is either a rational universe or a world suspended in the grips of madness that is now slipping through our fingers like sand. Conversely, it will also make us ponder what fate we possess in either. Our significance is this time in not diminished by our visceral assessment of the planet in all its ubiquitous splendor and with all the ominous threats now exposed by the dimensions of technology. The reality is we’re more mortal than we ever hallucinated we were gods. We’ve pushed the threshold and wanted to embrace the final frontier, not taking in account what horrors were lurking out there for us in cold space. We wanted what was behind door number 2 despite what we already held firmly in our hands. Perhaps the sunset of adolescent in us is at hand and suddenly we’re realizing the world is a much larger, scarier place than the few blocks we discovered as a child wandering on a tricycle or what science-fiction novels glazed it over to be. Maybe it’s not fear at all; maybe it’s just called growing up.
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17 Responses to Atomic Apple: Fear or embracing the hope of something better?

  1. Jamie says:

    Well said, Mr. Conway!!!! Applause for truth and reality!
    The knowledge that you have put forth in your book is only terrifying ( or “fear”ful ) IF one is living life for pleasure. The lack of profundity that accentuates a life of sensual, trivial pursuits is definitely a set-up for abject ignorance=FEAR! Not to mention the kind of infantile mentality that ignorance/fear perpetuates. It is like a virus…it spreads to other vulnerable, biological vessels that have emotionally, mentally and spiritually weakened systems. Once the virus permeates the third layer of defense it lays waste to the last bastion of protection….the Spirit matter. Thus, our current spiral into the abyss of perpetual fear and ignorance……and slavishness.

    I’d like to quote Plato here: “…To judge from the lives that men lead, most men, and men of the most vulgar type, seem ( not without some ground ) to identify the good, or happiness, with pleasure; which is the reason why they love the life of enjoyment. For there are, we may say, three prominent types of life—that just mentioned, the political and the contemplative life.”

    We are getting closer and closer to truth and it feels like Home ………….

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  2. TTB says:

    Nice article

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  3. Mason Godson says:

    I suppose ignorance is bliss for some. I myself choose to live with my eyes wide open and not allow some man made religious cults, with their fanciful tales of a tree and a serpent, to do my thinking for me.
    If one believes in the biblical god, then how can one believe themselves to be mortal? Does Christianity not preach about about the immortal soul? This is just another example of just how religions inspire their followers with noting but fear and ignorance.
    When one trusts in their immortality, they realize all is as it should be and they understand the world is not such a scary place. This life is but a single step on an infinite journey.

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    • Third Adam says:

      Christianity may preach about an immortal soul, but it is nowhere to be found in scripture my friend. The Platonic teaching of an immortal soul, that has its roots in ancient Egyptian religion, was brought in to the Church over a 1,000 year period by Tertullian, Origen, Augustine, and Thomas Aquinas.

      “Shall mortal man be more just than God? shall a man be more pure than his maker?” Job 4:17

      “Let not sin therefore reign in your mortal body, that ye should obey it in the lusts thereof.” Romans 6:12

      “But if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead dwell in you, he that raised up Christ from the dead shall also quicken your mortal bodies by his Spirit that dwelleth in you.” Romans 8:11

      “In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed. For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this mortal must put on immortality. So when this corruptible shall have put on incorruption, and this mortal shall have put on immortality, then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory. O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?” 1 Corinthians 15:52-55

      “For we which live are always delivered unto death for Jesus’ sake, that the life also of Jesus might be made manifest in our mortal flesh.” 2 Corinthians 4:11

      According to the Bible our “mortal flesh” will “be changed” when Jesus returns the second time. (See 1 Corinthians 15:52-55 above.)

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      • True, immortality of the soul is not taught in the Bible. “The soul that sinneth, it shall die.” Ezekiel 18:4. “And every living soul died in the sea.” Revelation 16:3 are a few scriptures which supports the belief that what we define as a soul, body + breath of life = ceases to exists upon death.

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      • Amen, Third Adam. I can’t wait for that awesome day (very soon) when in a twinkling of an eye, I will see my sweet JESUS face to face. To live forever with him in the New Jerusalem! (as John described seeing)
        Praise his precious name.
        God Bless each and every one of you! I Pray for all of you to be safe in this crazy world.
        Come quickly Lord Jesus!!

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    • CC says:

      Pride comes before the fall. The Bible is partly a teaching tool designed to teach a soul to act according to its greatness as well as bring glory to its creator. Failure to follow this is what inspires fear and ignorance. You have the cause and effect backwards.

      Peace

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  4. J Guffey says:

    1 Corinthians 15:51-55 Behold! I tell you a mystery. We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised imperishable, and we shall be changed. For this perishable body must put on the imperishable, and this mortal body must put on immortality. When the perishable puts on the imperishable, and the mortal puts on immortality, then shall come to pass the saying that is written: “Death is swallowed up in victory.” “O death, where is your victory? O death, where is your sting?”

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  5. saisuji says:

    Hi Alvin,I too would like to add a few words here. Immortality of the soul is exactly what a true Hindu or Vedantist believes in.The soul has no beginning and no end.It was and always will be. The goal in life for a Hindu is union with God or Moksha.We also believe in reincarnation and karma.I dont profess to be an expert but this is what we have been taught in our holy book The Gita. God bless , Saisuji

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  6. Kim says:

    Thanks Third Adam for that post and Shellee Taylor that is so sweet I also cant wait to see Jesus again and live forever without evil, sin, pain or suffering. I am not a highly intelligent person though I am in college at the moment. However I will just say that I have seen spiritual things both good and bad. I hope never to see the bad again ever because it was horrible and I won’t go into detail. I thank God everyday for allowing me to see Jesus Christ because I did see him I am unsure if it would be called a vision because I was awake, wide awake and it was after I experienced tragedy.

    Anyways I love you all and everyone is always in my thoughts and prayers. I dont know you but I care about you. 😉

    God Bless

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  7. Gaur Nitai says:

    Answer according to all bonafide scriptures of the world like ‘BhagavadGita As It Is’ and the Bible: The soul is eternal and never dies, only the body dies. The body is just a vehicle for the soul to fulfill its desires as the soul is pleasure seeking by nature. The real ‘We’ is the Soul and not the Body. As soon as the soul leaves, the body dies. The soul is part and parcel of God and is always connected to God in the constitutional position as Lovingly servant of the supreme Lord (call him ‘The Father’, Krishna, Allah, Jehova, or millions of other unlimited names He has). However, for any kind of Love to be meaningful an individual should also have the freewill to not love, only then does true love have any value. And so God gave us that freewill to also not serve him. A few of us misused that freewill and got envious of God for he enjoys the supreme position in the kingdom of God and were thus sent here to the material world where we can try to be God. And in this way we became naturally forgetful of God and try to control everything around us like tiny Gods as our desire for coming here was to enjoy like God.

    Having forgotten God and ignoring his Good advice given in scriptures and religious teachings we are simply trying to satisfy our senses and bodily needs of the mind (at the cost of the needs of the soul) with mundane material objects and exploiting each other in a competitive way. In this way we become contaminated with characteristics of Lust, Greed, Envy, Anger, Pride and Illusion to exploit things and people for our greed. This makes our whole life miserable and puts the world in Chaos. This is the state that we currently find ourselves in this world.

    But having spent hundreds or even thousands of lifetimes (research into reincarnations and NDE’s are proof of repeated births) here in the body of many species finally we come to our senses that whatever we do and try, we are finally dissatisfied and unhappy. Because the one most important need of the soul is to love unlimitedly and to be loved unlimitedly (as the Father used to Love us in the spiritual world).

    So the only final solution is for us to again express our desire to be reunited with the Lord and to serve him faithfully and develop and loving reciprocation with Him. He is not far from us, he is right within us seated in our heart, waiting for us to turn to him inwards.

    This is exactly the parable that is allegorically explained in ‘The prodigal son.’ We have the greatest treasure of Love of Godhead within us but we are wasting it by focusing on sense enjoyment, material attachment and continue to remain stubbornly forgetful of the supreme position of the Lord as our Loving father and friend.

    Unfortunately not many have the interest in religious philosophy, spirituality in a world filled with materialistic razzle and dazzle that offers us unlimited ways to forget God and try to enjoy Like God. In fact modern theories and way of life even denies God.

    The only real problem of this world and every individual is forgetfulness of God. To re-establish our loving reciprocal relationship with God is the ultimate aim of all religions. This requires sacrifice, dedication, practice and patience.

    May God Bless us with good intelligence and cleanse the dirt from our hearts that stops us from surrendering to the will of the Lord.

    Hare Krishna

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  8. Beautiful and poetically written. If we are responsible humans who seek knowledge in an effort to grow – in reality we grow up every day! When we are open minded to learn. Kudos! Alvin For a more positron poetical perspective. Obviously one person can touch another and bring a positive loving influence to many……

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  9. Tina Marie says:

    I have read a lot of different books on the topic of reincarnation, the afterlife and our place as children of the creator. I kinda like the way Edgar Cayce explained that as souls we were one with the creator and then we looked upon the Earth and saw the animals and physical way the lived. Our seperation from the creator began then and we spend most our lives trying to reconnect with it. He said unless and until people gained the wisdom to seek out the creator and get on the right path as far as looking out for other humans and not being caught-up in the material things of this world, we were doomed to self destruct. Sounds about right to me if you look at the greed and self interests of most humans. We really have nobody to blame but ourselves.

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