â€œThe Embryonic Divine Designâ€ Formulation
Quest for Potentialâˆž is an over-arching and allâ€“encompassing
Nearâ€“Infinite Entity/Dynamic transcending TIME and SPACE
seeking to evolve fully into Infinite Divine.
â€œViruach Elohim mirachefet al pâ€™nei hamayim,1â€
[“And the breath/spirit of God was hovering upon the surface of the waters”]
Everythingâ€” Past, Present and Futureâ€” is integral to this ONE entity/dynamic, of which we are an organic part.
â€œAdoshem Echad, u-Shemo Echadâ€
“God is ONE – and His Name is ONE”
It is this ONE singular dynamic which both encompasses all, and which drivesâ€“ and indeed, IS, the entire cosmos. It is, as well, simultaneously the embryonicÂ Divine, seeking to become Infinitely Perfect Divine.
Q4P chases after itâ€™s own tail. Meaning, Quest for Potentialâˆž seeks itâ€™s infinite perfect potential.
Q4P has always pervaded the abstract and physical dimensions of the cosmos
Q4P seeks after its full Divine and truly Infinite manifestation
â€œEheyeh asher Eheyehâ€
“I WILL BE THAT WHICH I WILL BE”
The metaphysical currents â€” and the equations â€”
and the metaphysical manifestations of the Divine Potential â€” explored the different options for the planned Big Bang, …intended to transform POSSIBILITY into REALITYâ€¦ from thence onto LIFE itself… and from thence onward towards the Infinitely Perfect Divine Actualizationâ€¦
Too much intensity in the initial ACTUALIZATION spark (the intended â€œBig Bangâ€), and the newly actualized cosmos would spin out of control into cosmic debris; Too little intensity, and the cosmosâ€“creationâ€“attempt would fold back into itself and implode2
——————- NOTES by KHALIL ——————-
1 Torah use A: There are two ways to quote a biblical passage. One might either reference a detail from the Torah and use it merely to introduce a concept that is otherwise unrelated to biblical principles. Or, one might take a hold ofâ€” and embraceâ€” central biblical principles, and use them as the foundation for developing a thought. The former approach uses the bible artificially as a veneer to make foreign concepts palatable. The latter, clearly the method of this author, reflects a natural comfort with the Torah. This author does not employ the Torah as an afterthought to build an argument; rather, to him the Torah is a primary source for this novel metaphysics. He discerns key metaphysical themes permeating the Torah.
2 Balance: Do we not face the same caveats regularly in our lives? Such considerations are important in our relationships, our spirituality, our careers, etc. This is merely one example of how humanityâ€™s dilemmas are reflected in the cosmos. To put it concisely: Not too much; not too little.
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