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Basic System Of Questioning

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on November 11, 2001 15:35:47 UTC

Here is a basic system of questioning which may lead some of us to a living conscious Creator/Maker:

What causes rain? Clouds.
What causes Clouds? Evaporation.
Which came first? Clouds? Or Water? And does it make a difference which came first? If yes, should we not know why, where, when, how, and by whom?


What caused matter? Clouds of gasses.
What Caused Clouds of Gasses? Matter.
Which came first? Clouds of Gasses or Matter? And does it make a difference which came first? If yes, should we not know why, where, when, how, and by whom?

Could the answer to the above be gravity in matter and anti-matter? And who or what cased gravity? Matter or anti-matter or both?

Would it be too much to ask if we were to ask: Is there someone who contains neither matter nor anti-matter or does any substance of matter and/or anti-matter contain this someone? Is this someone alive and aware needing nothing from its creation but that the creation needs and obtains all that it needs from this someone who is both external and internal but not as understood in the manner that one understands external and internal by the gauging of nearness of bodies?

Jisbond

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