I want to “REALLY” write about the “UNBIASED TRUTH”.
When I break it all down the only real bias I have is for life. I don't argue for death, even though all life here struggles with the pure vanity of our circumstances. Though our circumstance amount to a zero sum gain for all the effort, I am hard pressed to convince myself the truth and certainty that rules the day is meaningless. So faced with this enigma of all “certaint vanity“, under these circumstances I feel like the paradigm is all wrong, and I felt inspired to write some thoughts and research about the truth. So here are some thoughts on the subject of searching for the truth.
I don't live in the past, because the truth in in the now moment. All certainty is now, and that is all that matters. If one lets the past dictate the head, then one has a tail that wags the dog. The future has the promise of possibility, but as far as certainty in the future, this reality show could stop anytime for me. Thus, the uncertainty of the future is the absolute opposite of the virtue of certainty.
Bias can only function in a binary conceptual view of the world. Moreover, a binary view opens enough room for war to seep into the system. War is the dance of the nihilist, which is a world view that there is no absolute truth. Thus, all is meaningless and pure vanity for the nihilist world view. If one stares deep into this philosophy of meaningless one finds themselves in a rabbit hole of relativity and unsolvable paradoxical conundrums. Go too deep into the denial of absolute truth and one will question their own certainty. Thus it is a self defeating exercise that ends like a snuff flick. The War Dogs fearfully growl and howl their twisted and tortured logic like a swan song. In the depths of their hopelessness, a godless mindset takes hold. For if there is no God and afterlife what is there to render the outcome of our lives as anything more than vanity?
The War Dogs chant war will bring peace, and the paradox of mutual assured destruction hypnotizes everyone, as they die in the countless liar paradoxes of their relativistic insanity-ad infinitum. It is the old war of one truth VS many truths. Monotheistic vs. Polytheistic. Uni-verse or Multi-verse. Absolute truth vs Relative bias truth. Had not Albert Eisenstein's theory of relativity possessed one constant, the speed of light, the outcomes would have been far more bazaar than they are already. If things that move at the speed of light experience "no time/space", then how is it possible to measure light moving X distance in Y time? Relativity is a contradiction/antithesis of absolute truth.
The only bias I have is for the abstract certainty that gives my soul life. Some call it truth. Some call it reality. Some call it God. Outside of this one bias I don’t seriously believe there is a true left and a true right side of the space I stand in. Rather, I believe the truth can only be divided and made to go to war with itself in the mind. And here I come to ask myself, am I of the truth and life or of the nihilist and extinction in my way of thinking?
When it comes to being bias the answer is behind our eyes and not before them. The mind speaks the truth in terms of relativity. The mind can't see the objective truth, even though, the truth is the very essence of ones soul-if not the very soul itself. It is written that "all souls belong to God". Much the same, my very certainty/soul belongs to reality in whole. I cannot see the world/room for what it is-a whole space. I walk into the room and my egocentricity labels one side this and the other side that. Before I entered the room there was unity and wholeness-no division. It is my mind that divides the truth in half and creates paradox, and the war of contradictions, and the logical mayhem of good vs. evil. All these qualities exist in the mind.
The truth is not good or bad. The truth is beyond such judgment. Who is above Reality/Truth/God to judge it one way or the other? And if reality were found guilty what punishment would one impose? The nature of truth is it cannot change.
As stated above, the truth is always in the now moment. Nothing happens in the past and nothing happens in the future. Reality is here and now, and the certainty does not move. Reality has no locality or dimension to move through. Thus the spirit of certainty is timeless as well. 1+ 1=2 for eternity because its true.
If you except by definition, or otherwise, that the truth cannot change or move, then one faces a serious contradiction to resolve. Take a look around and try to find something that does not change or move. Indeed, the virtues of truth do not correspond to most of what we interpret with the mind. If we can not see the virtues of truth in what we observe with the mind, then what we are seeing is by definition an illusion. If so, the illusion is deep in our minds. Truth/Reality/God is rendered a ghost of absolute abstract certainty with no face or condition, and all the rest of the moving parts are conditional and relative only to each other, and they clearly have no virtuous relationship to the truth. The truth is unconditional.
We have a binary view of everything. Good vs bad. War vs Peace. Black vs White. We are drowning in the fallout of our erroneous egocentric interpretation. All contradictions are a product of the mind. Reality does not argue or make war with itself. Reality/Truth/God only has one flavor of certainty. Certainty rule over uncertainty. Is the uncertainty principle certain? If not, then the uncertainty principle is meaningless.
The next thoughts I would like to share with you are about government and law. The law condemns us all. The laws exists for one reason only. Laws exist because most people are not good at govern themselves. If people could master governing themselves the laws would have no necessity. Government is a external expression of an internal human problem. The problem being lack of self governance. Because government is an invention of the mind, government is a play very similar to a liar paradox. All people being flawed, who watches the watchers? Who judges the judges?
Justice and injustice.
If there was no injustice what necessity would justice serve? Where there is justice there is injustice. To call for more justice is to ask for more injustice. Justice and injustice walk hand in hand. When I kill to eat it is a positive for me, but from the frame of reference of the innocent victim it is negative. Therefore, we see the same event is simultaneously positive and negative and only different in the minds of those involved.
So how do we deal with this? I suggest mercy before justice. Otherwise all will be found guilty right down to the judge. That is extinction, and that is nihilistic. So while it is true that justice walks hand in hand with injustice, it is also true that salvation walks hand in hand with mercy. For me it seems the true war is in my head and it is a war between truth and perception.
A death grip.
My last thoughts address the false idea I own something here. We are not born with a deed in one hand and a gun in the other. We don't own anything in this world. That's why we have to enforce our unlawful claims. Only when ones claims are true will reality step in and enforce them for you. If ones claims are not true, one holds the burden of their claim and must use FORCE to up hold it. Such ideas naturally introduce violence into the system when under crowded conditions and limited resources. And thus the world is what it is. The imaginary lines on the map move and the ink used to redraw them is blood.
The American bill of rights is a monument of our failure to REALLY get along with each other. One should look at it as a list of things we all have to work on. However, if one has to use FORCE & VIOLENCE to up hold the bill of rights, then one immediately fails, for such is a war with reality. One cannot use war to get to peace, especially when fighting reality. Those that kill monsters should be careful they don't become one. That is what has happened to the US justice system, and I‘m sure the same is true elsewhere. The justice system set out to en"force" the law and in the process became the criminal. If we all REALLY got along the bill of rights and laws would have never come to mind.
Reality has its own bill of rights. No one can read your mind. Thus you have privacy that no one can take from you. Nevertheless we are all born naked and must make the effort to dress ourselves for such forms of privacy. You have the right to express yourself. The fact of the matter is you cannot stop expressing yourself because reality backs that up. Your physical presence and body language is an expression. You see my point? If something is true reality steps in and enforces it and nothing can change it or control it without the use of their own willful force.
Irony is a sure sign that I am in a state of contradiction and at war with myself. Thus, the war is in my mind. It reality's way of kicking it back as a self defeating proposition which is what nihilism is well noted for. Anything that runs against the truth is pure vanity. And there you go. Take it for what its worth.