Dreamers of the Day

"All men dream, but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that all was vanity; but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dream with open eyes, and make it possible." -T.E. Lawrence, "The Seven Pillars of Wisdom"

Thursday, July 27, 2006

Space XI

As Mr. Pascal has said in the quote in the beginning, all humans must know our limitations. Space is occupied by all things, living or not. The non-living occupies material space whereas the livings things have the ability to occupy material as well as immaterial space. It is only the human that can occupy material and immaterial space at the same time. This is accomplished in the action of a choice. However, these choices are determined or judged by something greater in which we will name “true morals.” “True morals” are morals that hold to every race, religion and nationality. A choice is judged as a bad choice by “true morals”, but cannot be judged if it is good. Only the society that surrounds the choice can determine whether the choice is good. “True morals” will commence whether the society surrounding the choice acknowledge them or not. So, in limitations and occupying space, the actual space one occupies can also tell what type of space it actually is. Morals exist not because people exist, but because choices exist. Choices exist not because people exist, but because the immaterial exist (A chemical cannot choose to become something different. It must interact with something else by spontaneous combustion or in the control of a living organism or process in nature.). If the immaterial is absent, then choices and morals are absent. We have choices and morals because we exist materially and immaterially at the same time.

1 Comments:

At 1:04 PM, Blogger christian said...

So, uh, when are we going to hear about what's going on in the life of Jason Mayes?

 

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