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All rational, sentient minds confronted with a problem resolve that problem totally and unavoidably selfishly, all, no exceptions and that doesn’t just apply to what we think are selfish actions and solutions it applies to the altruistic ones as well. In fact, there is no such thing as altruism in nature; altruism is just the brain’s roundabout way of trying to get what it wants and, like everything else, it is selfish. Check out the button below for examples where you will see that this is true.
This is how the Human robot has been programmed to work:
When confronted with a problem, any problem no matter how big or how small the human brain is designed to deal with them all in exactly the same way, thus:
The problem presents itself or is presented to the brain, the brain considers it then looks for (tries to find) a solution and it does this by applying all the knowledge at its disposal. This knowledge comes in the form of accumulated facts, evidence, education, experience (all of which are influenced by individual inherent genetic personality traits) which are stored in and by the brain to create ones beliefs. The reason why the brain is designed to form accumulate and store beliefs is because they are needed at the time of the decision making process.
Once again the brain is confronted with a problem, what does it do? Let us use the balance scale for the purpose of analogy:
The product on each side of the scale consists of the accumulated knowledge – the beliefs, but the scale is not calibrated to measure weight it is calibrated to measure happiness. You can use also here the analogy of the computer to say that the scale has a basic program, a fundamental command which determines its calibration and it goes like this:
Using the knowledge and beliefs gathered by life’s experiences, determine which decision will give you the most happiness and then do it.
Dead simple isn’t it?
On one side of the balance scale the brain puts ‘reasons why I should make this decision’ and on the other side it puts ‘reasons why I should not make this decision’ note they are both measuring happiness so you have for and against on both sides of the scale and whichever side is left with a positive balance is the decision which the brain will instruct the body to take and it cannot do otherwise, CAN NOT.
‘I do things because of my religious beliefs not because they make me happy. I do many things that don’t make me happy. If happiness were the reason why I do everything I wouldn’t go to work.’
Everything you do that doesn’t make you happy is a means to an end in the pursuit of happiness, three steps forward two steps back on the journey toward happiness. Your religious beliefs are not the determining factor, happiness is the determining factor and your religious beliefs or lack of them are simply influential factors that go onto the scale.
‘So what, even if you are right, what difference does it make?’
‘So what?’ Now that’s a show stopper! My brother-in-law is a senior manager in one of the world’s top financial institutions and he asked me that question. It stopped me dead in my tracks, not because I don’t have an answer but because I couldn’t understand how such an intelligent person could ask what to me was an utterly ridiculous question. Let me give you the answer and then you will know what I mean.
If the Messianic Law is true then it is the greatest scientific discovery of all time. If the Messianic Law is correct then we are – all of us – living in a different world to the one we think we are living in and if we don’t realise it – soon – the real world will destroy us. How does that grab you?
Of course my brother-in-law isn’t the only one who ‘doesn’t get it.’ In fact, in the 41 years since I had what I have now come to recognise as a Spiritual Experience but which I thought at the time was just an emotional flash of inspiration that revealed everything and more that you will discover on this website, I have failed despite all efforts – including three books, two of which (the worst ones) were published – to convince even one person to the enormity of the message that I am trying to convey. Now, I believe, is the time – or that is what I am hoping – for God to lift the veil, now is the time for Revelation.
At the same time, ironically and perhaps paradoxically, although no one ever agreed with me, no one ever told me I was wrong, many even told me I was right but all of those that did went on their way as though I’d said nothing or shrugged their shoulders in a ‘So what?’ manner . Now let me give some links that you can follow so that you can learn more about what exactly the Messianic Law means to all of us: Then hopefully you will know ‘So what?’