By Joshua Clayton | Submitted On January 16, 2020
Okay, we think that we are in control, we think that we are thinking our own thoughts and taking our own actions. Yet like a tree or plant, our seeds are planted deep in our early reality. Start by thinking about that fact for a moment. This is the key to the real Biblical code of reality or understanding the genuine book of life: Everything is initiated long before we even have any of “our own thoughts or actions” deep in the early realities of existence.
I remember this George Harrison song called “Within You, Without You” that basically said that the more individual you think you are, the less independence you really have. The crux of this reality, and this article is: Everything is preplanned and God planned it all before it all happened, that is why we “do not see or hear God anymore” in our daily reality. So, back to that George Harrison song “Within You, Without You” again and adding the saying “Seek first the Kingdom of Heaven, and all else will be added” with that from most Christian Bible New Testament copies in the world. In my reality, the door to God operates like a “reverse combination lock” where we close the open door when we think or act like we do it, and it opens when we know that God planned it all before it happened.
So, the forces that shape us in reality have already been put in place and act on us all very subtly and within the details of our lives, not in an overt way, but in that subtle way that genuinely directs us when we really think about these forces.
After all, the real hell is not having enough intuition to understand these facts in reality and understand them deeply. The real hell is believing that we are alone without cause and all effect without a cause. The only heaven there is really then is honest understanding in reality. Without that honesty and understanding, there is nothing that counts anyway. Without that honesty and understanding, reality is an empty, Earth bound trap full of pitfalls, frustrations and “what if” fantasies anyway. When the thought that “this is it” is there, realization, enlightenment and all the desired realities will not be there. When the thought that we know everything is there, that is The End, and nothing miraculous, new or better can happen. Genuine honesty and rational open mindedness is the best way to be, otherwise we really are done.
“One thing only I know, and that is that I know nothing.” -Socrates of Alopece, Greece (born 470, B.C. – died 399, B.C.), the acknowledged Father of education in the Golden Age of Greece and the kind of spiritually oriented mind that I am writing about in this article!
My name is Joshua Clayton, I am a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California. I also write under a few pen-names and aliases, but Joshua Clayton is my real name, and I write by that for the most part now. I am a philosophical writer and objective thinker and honest action taker. I also work at a senior center in Gardena, California as my day job, among other things, but primarily I am a writer.