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I don't believe that judging more than absolutely necessary does anything constructive, and there is room for improvement when it comes to your observations of actual nature (we could argue about the respect). My irritation stems less from Heathenry than more from fiddling around with the idea of Dao. Perhaps if I felt I needed more Angst in my life, I would turn to the Kabbalah as represented by you.
You start seeing natural phenomena as opponents, when this is purely situational and has nothing to do with a principle.
Otherwise I agree with Chad, who yet has not heard about your idea of the unique evolution of the human soul which seems to be different than the evolution of the human as physical being.
@Callum Robson; Animals do indeed have their own drugs. There are monkeys on Turtle beach who will steal any alcoholic beverage they can get their hands on and drink it till they're fall-down drunk, and Black Lemurs on Madagascar gently bite the heads of a certain type of poisonous millipede to get them to secrete a toxic, cyanide-rich chemical cocktail that the lemurs then rub all over themselves. It's an insect repellent AND a narcotic; the effects of which seem to be rather addicting, as the lemurs actually hunt for these millipedes and may 'use' multiple times in one day.
Just thought I'd put that out there.
"with amoral I just mean that the rules we established for each other"
Good post , IMO , Marie...;)
My belief in you seeing benefit in existentialism is still going strong.
belief in a God who created the world but has since remained indifferent to it.
if you really have a problem with this, you would perhaps find inspiration in the answers of an artist. One of those who are not clinging on to their finished art, but where all the art and its meaning is the process of creation, not the product.