True faith is evidently true knowledge, yet not true knowledge.
Is there faith without uncertainty?
If faith contains uncertainty, what is the purpose of uncertainty with respect to faith?
If there is faith without uncertainty is it knowledge?
And if it is knowledge on what is this knowledge based?
What true/false standards or criteria are used? How are these selected, or do they “come about” somehow without our choosing?
Is such faith “knowledge” a chosen knowledge (or conclusion)?
Or is it an instilled knowledge (or conclusion), without choice?
If faith is without choice, how can one speak of faith that isn’t a choice? ~~~~~~*~~~~~~
These Orkon and Goomer people don’t make any sense. Guilty as they are themselves, they act like they know everything, going about attacking, accusing, deriding, and blaming. Yet based on the amount of extreme and gratuitous troubles any given one of us might cause, they most obviously, and more than anyone else, are the ones with the problem.
Process precedes image. Image may, to some extent, (and sometimes almost perfectly) represent process. But process is always superior to and always more real than image.
If you think like Hell you'll never escape from it. By Hell thinking I mean fearful, dishonest, irrational, greedy for material things, jealous, self centered.
Potential Love. Kinetic Love. What form may they take, and what is their relationship in the course of a given person's life?
Heart and Mind are separated from form and quality because they discover/create and arrange form and quality. When Heart and Mind are put into form and quality in a manner limited to words often something tends to be lost in the translation -- except on those very rare occasions.
An ideal may be said to be the cause or source of something, i.e. we know the ideal by its effects, though never it.
When we most fall in love with someone what we fall in love with most is their soul. Now the soul may be a harmony or a substance (the latter with or without rudimentary form.) If both one could imagine it as something capable of infinite or "near infinite" variation. The same is true, of course, for harmony conceivably, though independant substance would seem to be more restricted in potential variation.
Worship need not always be extemporaneous. As long as we schedule it in our life's efforts can we still fullfill both what is our due and sing His praise, just so long as our expression is not unecessarily formal, phony or insincere -- this based on (at least) better-than-common standards.