What is the Nature of the Creator

Written by Dr. P.C. Simon

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Then I changedrepparttar focus of my investigation. The next question I posed was with what substance didrepparttar 122318 Creator createrepparttar 122319 universe? I could not find a satisfactory answer even for that question.

Thereforerepparttar 122320 next question was "What was there forrepparttar 122321 Creator to create with?" I realised that before anything was created, onlyrepparttar 122322 Creator existed and nothing else. This is axiomatic and needs no proof. The Creator had only His/Her own substance. There was nothing else inrepparttar 122323 universe. Therefore he had to create with His own substance.

That meansrepparttar 122324 substance ofrepparttar 122325 creation andrepparttar 122326 substance ofrepparttar 122327 Creator isrepparttar 122328 same. Ifrepparttar 122329 substance isrepparttar 122330 same,repparttar 122331 nature must berepparttar 122332 same. Thenrepparttar 122333 nature ofrepparttar 122334 tangible, observable and knowable creation, isrepparttar 122335 nature ofrepparttar 122336 intangible, invisible, unknowable Creator. By studyingrepparttar 122337 nature ofrepparttar 122338 creation, I will knowrepparttar 122339 nature ofrepparttar 122340 Creator. This was an exhilarating idea and I was overjoyed. But very soon it ended in disappointment.

For there are millions of substances inrepparttar 122341 universe, organic, inorganic, chemical or physical, natural or artificial, solid, liquid, and on and on and each substance has dozens of natures or qualities. Which nature of which substance am I to study? I found it impossible to study all natures of all objects inrepparttar 122342 universe in my life time. I was about to give up in disgust.

Then an intuitive information appeared. Sincerepparttar 122343 substance isrepparttar 122344 same for all creation there must be a common nature among them. If so, what is that common nature? So, I looked for common natures and I found many common natures. There were many substances with common natures such as liquid, solid, smooth or rough, hard or soft, natures common to many substances but I could not find one nature common to all substances.

Finally, when I was about to give up in disgust, as if by providential nudging, I hit upon gravity. Gravity is attraction or love. That could berepparttar 122345 nature ofrepparttar 122346 creator!

Dr. Simon is a retired research microbiologist, author, philosopher, and philanthropist.

Is it right to long for perfection?

Written by ajaypats

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If you wait for conditions to be perfect, you won't ever get much done. If you refuse to go ahead unless you can be guaranteed of a sure thing, you'll never get very far. It's great to aim toward perfection, yet to arrive at perfection you must cross through a lot of imperfection. To get everything just right, you must be willing to deal with things going wrong. Take this day, this moment, with all its flaws, and makerepparttar very most of it. Rather than complaining about what you don't have or where you'd rather be, make full use of where you are, of what you do have. Aim toward perfection while also acceptingrepparttar 122316 reality of what is. And excellence will surely result

Ajay Pats is professional manager working as sales manager.He runs inspirational ezine"Rediscover true colors of life" available at http://www.topica.com/lists/venturemall and community for home based business entrepreneurs available at http://groups.msn.com/venturecon.

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