Longing for paradise
We carry life's questions and answers within us, as well as the good and the bad.
There will always be only temporary peace, because even the destructive must first give birth to it again and again.
Where the intellect has matured, only there peace can establish itself, but not indefinitely.
A nervousness becomes increasingly widespread the more saturation level is achieved.
Then the cycle begins all over again. However, the evil increases to the point of self-destruction, thus also the end of Homosapiens in his being.
Is that the purpose of religion to admonish?
But should the knowledge of evil mature through reason and have found its seat in the will, then the longing of all seekers will probably come to an end.
Then the state of Paradise will be reached, for which men have been searching since they can think, and which they have been telling and announcing over millennia, traditions and writings.
Even beyond death, the soul is not pacified as long as the longing is lost in war and peace.
But it seems, scientifically speaking, that there is an intention behind it, because why else was nature set up this way, and keeps the balance by eating and being eaten. In this cycle man is also firmly integrated and it seems that time is approaching and he must be afraid of himself, because with every decade more and more knowledge about his potential grows, that inevitably tends to self-destruction.
He is already sawing at his chair: nature and climate and is practising to play "God". Manipulated nature, manipulated man.
Even the fairy tale of the fisherman and his wife is a reminder of where excessive self-esteem leads.
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Published on e-Stories.org on 07/01/2020.