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QUESTION 6: The purpose of our life

8 - The two seeds

In the 21st century we may have an opportunity to travel to other planets. This is an idea to keep in mind before we start our crusade and spread the human civilization across the Milky Way.

You may have been told that humans will dominate the universe with their intellect. That could make the Martians smile politely when they find out that we cannot even dominate our own viruses in our own body. They could teach us a couple of things about ourselves.

Let’s go back to the seed. In the past, the atoms were somewhere else. Being in the seed is only part of their cycle. The seed is nothing more than one step in a long process. It took thousands of trees, making millions of seeds over millions of years to produce those two seeds. What is important is what happened before and what will happen after. We look at the seed like we would look at one picture taken out of a film. We look at the seeds assuming that time does not matter.

The link between the atoms of the seed is the detour that each atom has made in its cycle to be there together, at the same place, at the same time. By breaking the seed, we destroy a well-organized choreography that no human brain could have created.  We may have to change the way we look at nature.

You can’t rely on what the scientists are telling you. They pretend to rely only on the material world where everything can be measured. In fact, they call “x” what they don't know and use mathematics to manipulate this “x” in many ways. They pretend to consider only the material world and behind your back they let their ‘x’ cover anything - material or not.

 

There is a good side. Mathematics teaches us how to detach our thinking from the material world. Have you ever thought that mathematics could unite the material and the immaterial? Could science and religion be united by mathematics? Keep us informed. We want to know.

 

Have you thought of what happens when you eat the seed? How come a little tree does not start growing in your stomach? The only explanation is that your digestive system starts by crushing the seed and recycles the atoms. The process starts in your mouth. You isolate the atoms and insert them into a different cycle. Your body is made of recycled vegetables! We start by breaking the cycles that make a plant and recycle the corpse! Think of the compost that your father has in a corner of his garden. That’s the idea. Your body recycles what is dead. We all are killers!

 

This applies to everything around us. Before a man made the first chair, he must have had the idea of a chair. Then he broke the cycle of some tree and implemented his idea in the material world.  We are only conscious of the implementation in the material world of an idea that remains immaterial.

 

When you see your Martian, keep in mind that you both are two different implementations of an idea. It created some detours of atoms on planet earth and other detours on another planet.

Imagine that you are deaf and watch people dancing. Wouldn’t you think that they are mad! The human condition is even worse. We are not conscious of the music we are dancing to. If you find this difficult to believe, look at a seed and tell us how it associates matter and time to make a tree.

A Martian may ask: “What is a tree. He could say: "Let’s take two little seeds. They are identical.  If I put one in the ground, a tree will grow. If I break the other seed into pieces and put the pieces in the ground, nothing will grow. What makes the difference between a tree and no tree?

It does not come from the atoms. They are the same in the seed and in the pieces. Could the tree be hiding in the empty space between the molecules?  If we cannot find an explanation in the material world, should we look in the immaterial world?

Where is the tree? Is it in the seeds? Is it in the non-physical universe?”

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