Re: What are we here for? (Lots of other questions)
Could we limit ourselves to one aspect, piece by piece?
Well in regard to God.
Here are my premises.
A god must be the personification of something immanent(not transcendant) in the universe.
Transcendance equals a non-human and anti-human perspective.
Transcendance equals non-causality.
Power equals causality.
Personification equals quasi-humanity as a product of it's surrounding.
Solution: Any real god must limited and exist as materially present being who can be observed by reason.
2.monism is idea of one ultimate central perspective.
monism equals centralization.
monotheism equals a centralised universe.
the universe is not centralised.
the universe is a perspective of everthing.
everything is something undefinied.
everything equals nothing.
god/s of everything equals god/s of nothing.
it is not due to cuasuality possible to contain
something in anything that is bigger than the container.
Everything becomes everything.
Solution:Any real god cannot be a centre of the universe nor exclude the existence of other of it's kind because if it where it would define itself out of existence. So any gods are defined as gods of situations in order to maximize power.
power is conscequence.
power is in retroperspective defined by it's concequences.
power equals limits.
The power over everything is identical to whatever
would happen if you did not have the power over everything.
So the only creature who fits these definitions is mankind.
We are gods and gods are abstractions of ourselves.
Meaning is constructed and decided by humans and within humans. Meaning is automatic due to your existence.
You need no meaning except for a strong will to intreprent existence so meaning will be automatic.
Meaning is just a sentimental evaluaton of the material.
It's an emotional process and emotions occur from series of consequences and we call that less or more but it's really an misnormer.
Drive is not something you choice to have it is a result of existence.