From a Notebook Lost – The Same and The Other 80 (The End)
RANDON NOTES FROM NOTEBOOK TWO
There are 10 people gathered in a house. 9 say 1+1=2 and 1 says 1+1=3. Who is right? Each side gives their proofs and when finished 9 say 1+1=3 while 1 says 1+1=2. Who is right?
A proposition set upon axiomatic principles is only as strong as its foundational cornerstone.
Some say the masses decide what is truth, but that it only partly true. Economics play a large role in dictating which way the masses sway. Money talks: Shit walks.
The World Was Hurled… or so it has been said of old and now even in these modern times. It was thrown into its -ness and became world in its thrown-ness state. Just as men leap or fall or are thrown in which they become human-ness. So was the world. In these states of becoming, which are a priori, before the throw they are merely a form, not yet a substance. But in the throw they become a substance. Once thrown they cannot be brought back to their a priori form but they can only look upon it a posteri. Just as we humans when we fall are not able to go back to the former state of form for we have already completed the process. But even beyond that once started it cannot be stopped until it has reached its end. Just as when I throw a rock it goes until it stops. But an object large enough could stop it along its path of flight and it kills it. So as with humans, if once we fall we are stopped by a force it would be our death. Death is the only way to stop the fall. So as with the world.
But as I was saying the world was hurled into its current state of which I can say is not the original state but instead the present state. But the hurled world in its present state is looking at the past and learning, so as in its future state it will not be as before, but instead like this… or that! One must always learn from the past as to not become a historical mistake. But one must also not look to far ahead as to lose sight of the present. For it is in the present we reside, and shall have to live out our lives. So we must look back, but also forward, but not to near, but not to far. But as with everything, in moderation. For we mustn’t be reckless, but also not to cautious, for one must take risks to get anywhere, but not reckless risks. For one who takes no risks history will no remember.
The world was hurled. The story of old. But how much creedance can we put into this statement as such. I know not but seeing the particular state of things, as they are now, I would prescribe to the theory of the world was hurled. But who am I, as of now, but a man teaching what little I know to those who will listen. But when I am gone, who knows who I will be then. Perhaps I will be remembered, or not. But as that I reside in the present I cannot know what they will think of me then. But I hope and pray in all earnest towards the g(G)od(s) that I will be as those before me and those before them and on and on. For they were the cornerstones of thought and I just wish to be a building block that added onto them. But only time will tell.
Reading from a sacred text of old, the Bible. I see in it as in other holy texts base human truths concerning of all things humans (insert laugh). Here I was most impressed by the exposition of what causes immorality. (1 John 2:16) Lust of the flesh, Lust of the eyes, and Pride of life. Gleaming here you see all the humans failings, unless you are hedonistic. Within this verse we see that all human sins can be categorized into one of these categories. Whether you believe in g(G)od(s) is not in question here but does it now amaze and astound that we humans are categorized so easily. These three do not name all the emotions, but merely the ROOT of the problems we will see and face in our lifetime. There is a certainty through the holy texts is that they are still applicable today and if anything show more insight than most modern philosophy, psychologies, religions, etc. Is it not odd that we still have not replaced these old aximos. We still refer to them for nothing better has come along. But more importantly they contain BASE truth which can never be replaced. But it begs to question what did thse men have that gave them access to universal truth. Men such as Plato, John, Zoroaster, Buddha, etc. How did these men attain such truth that ever today we cannot disprove it? But instead we merely strengthen it when we try to invoke contradictions. Does it not confound the mind? But look to the task at hand concerning human morals: Lust of the flesh, Lust of the eyes, and Pride of life. These three prime categories show the way to immorality, but their contradiction is the path to becoming moral.
Lust of the flesh: Ego
Lust of the eyes: Super Ego
Pride of life: Id.
Here we can see the underpinnings of basic psychology. Wherein the id influences the super ego, and the super ego influences the ego. The id is our true motivation. The super ego justifies the motivation. The ego becomes the motivation. This is how we all operate. It is a BASIC truth.
Must rewrite this crap.
Samuel: Being, Arch of -Ness
Helios/Ra: Light and Dark
Ea: Coldness (rename)
Final: Blooming Flowers
Volcano: New Idea
Fire/Water cleanse the Earth = God
The mirror is broken.