Does the universe need to become uniform, so that perfection exists?

Reply Sat 10 Sep, 2016 12:05 pm
Blacks and whites are apparently different. But in fact the same. "Human".
Water is H2O. In English "Water", in Persian "Ab". These two different words are the same.
I believe that there is a unity beyond all the "apparently differences".
War and peace are two different languages (ways) to define the same thing. What's that "same thing"? Evolution? Worship? Love? God?... I just found that the answer hardly can be defined in words.
Can we find and touch that reality? I am sure that to some degree we could, but we need to provide the context to realize how similar are these apparently differences.
Waking up at midnight and finding a vacant place to think can provide that context partly.
Who is this slight creature called "Me" and what's his role in this creation?
When I die, everything will be finished? really ? Nothing?... Is it "Me"?
I found the similarities in trying to find the answer for my questions.
Reply Sat 10 Sep, 2016 04:12 pm
You and thomas were made for each other. Get a room. Mr. Green
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Fil Albuquerque
Reply Mon 12 Sep, 2016 04:01 am
Thomas33 wrote:

Reality is difference; when you look at the universe, you see contrast. Is this inherent error?

who told you that perfection means boring ?...
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