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3.14.2007

JESUS TAUGHT US: SPIRIT IS EVERYTHING

PLEASE DON'T BLOW THE FOLLOWING OFF. IT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE. IT MAY BE MY SINGLE GREATEST CONTRIBUTION.

Dr. King thought that clearly Jesus taught us that Spirit is everthing, so he wanted to understand conceptually what constituted the dimensions of Spirit. He figured that such a clear conception would enable him and others to develop that Spirit to its maximum strength / capacity, and to enable a much clearer warning indicator of when the Spirit was nonexistant or critically ill. The following depicts Dr. King's conception. Each dimension can expand or contract independant of the others. The larger the area of the rectangle, the more complete and healthy the Spirit. Jesus tried, and so far failed at making this our Religion:

The dimensions of Spirit / UNIVERSAL LOVE / Otherishess / Brotherhood / LIFE:






















I've found Dr. Kings conception enormously helpful, but I began to wonder - is Adolf Hitler explained simply by being a small version of this cube - weak in every dimension. It became clear to me that no, this does not explain a Hitler. There are opposites for each of these dimensions. I believe that what follows is a reasonable and profoundly enlighening attempt at what this opposite, Flesh is. The U.S. and U.K. have succeeded beyond the dreams of avarice so far at making what follows the World Religion to which we enslave ourselves and eagerly sacrifice our children:

The dimensions of Flesh / Selfishness / Lust / Capitalism / DEATH
/ EMPIRE:






















Dr. King: "Life's most persistant and urgent question is, what are you doing for others."

Jesus: "What good is it if you have all of the world, but lose your Life?"

Life's central choice: Stand on the spirit of

A. UNIVERSAL LOVE, or

B. EMPIRE












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