From Nikola Tesla to modelling the God object

Inspired by Nikola Tesla, I decided to dig a bit into the elements of Christianity. If you have any relevant thoughts, about this or any other religion, I’d love to hear about them.

– Paul: “For what I am doing, I do not understand. For what I will to do, that I do not practice; but what I hate, that I do”, Me: you act for a current desire, the desire changes (not with “time”, but
with its “change function”), you notice your desire is not perfect and feel distorted; you always act for a desire, no matter how you define it, it is still what you do that defines you
– Paul about sin: “dwells in me. For I know that in me (that is, in my flesh) nothing good dwells; for to will is present with me, but how to perform what is good I do not find””
– James: “each one is tempted when he is drawn away by his own desires and enticed. Then, when desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin . . .”, Me: we observe our ability to
live as one requiring food and water, and therefore having intrinsic limitations; we may desire food and water for surviving, i.e. the one from our “perceived” perspective, but
when we already have these things, we opt to find new objects of admiration; given the weaknesses of the perceived, i.e. the things that we choose for our bounded reasons, we shall
be more inclined to learn freely rather than claiming our limited perfection
– John: “the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life”, Me: all prides that come from the perceived shall be treated carefully, an example would be
a wasp trying to fly through the glass pane, again and again striving to cross it in the same place
– Proverbs: “Everyone proud in heart is an abomination to the lord; though they join forces, none will go unpunished”, Me: due to param space, we rarely have problems
solved enough to claim close-to-optimal approach; defining proudness as reluctance of learning, one refraining oneself from advancing, is diminishing among the learners,
and vanishing in the long run.”
– Mark: Taking the twelve disciples aside, Jesus once more began to describe everything that was about to happen to him in Jerusalem. “When we get to Jerusalem,” he told them, “the Son of Man will be betrayed to the leading priests and the teachers of religious law. They will sentence him to die and hand him over to the Romans. They will mock him, spit on him, beat him with their whips, and kill him, but after three days he will rise again.”, Me:
when bounded-thinking judges a plan created out of infinite primes, then cannot judge it correctly, i.e. you cannot describe a value requiring a certain prime w/o knowing that prime; Paul says: “all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God”- modelling God as the one knowing all primes and us knowing certain subsets, we observe why “all have sinned”- our picture is blurred and distorted, we should think of ways to learn rather than strive to
play the wrong games; Jesus once said: “But Jesus answered, “You don’t know what you are asking! Are you able to drink from the bitter cup of sorrow I am about to drink? Are you able to be baptized with the baptism of suffering I must be baptized with?”- as I said: your desires change and are and will be limited, as long as you refrain yourself from advancing
– Jesus: “Whoever wants to be a leader among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be the slave of all. For even I, the Son of Man, came here not to be served but to serve others, and to give my life as a ransom for many.”, Me: your goals change, should grow and become of greater value to survive in the long run; to dream of infinity, you must be able to give up the finiteness of desires for the infinity of value; given that
with a bounded rationality you present, one based on the perceived, you ought to crave for a gift of full picture; such a gift does not allow you to optimize for your health, wealth, food, arbitrary objects that you perceive with your consciousness
– Isaiah: “But the Lord Almighty is exalted by his justice. The holiness of God is displayed by his righteousness.”, Me: but, as noted, that does not mean any justice that we think of; the ontological object of God could be associated with the perfect solution to the justice of existence
– Isaiah: “And a highway will be there; it will be called the Way of Holiness. The unclean will not journey on it; it will be for those who walk in that Way; wicked fools will not go about on it.”, Me: would such a path exist, would have to be acceptable for all beings, no matter of intelligence, and, as such, the “fool” in question could not be taken literally, but
as a metaphore; it would be one who, given that he knows how he should act, he does not act the right way
– Corinthians: “God made him who had no sin to be sin for us, so that in him we might become the righteousness of God.”, Me: I do not understand
– I have read different explanations of why Jesus had to die and “We receive eternal life though Jesus Christ. And this is why Jesus had to die” do not satisfy my curiosity, I would also encourage anyone else to provide insights from other religions- I am not a supporter of any religion nor belief, and my sole rationale for disclosing these thoughts is to encourage learning about the structure of existence


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