LOVE, Infinity, Think Differently…

Let me begin by saying; that I LOVE and respect both science and scientists, but I think science would be well served, if scientists began with the understanding that a thing that is imagined exists, is fact and then try to prove it does not, is not. As opposed to the common approach is now; which is that a thing does not exist, is not fact until they prove it to be so. The Earth always went round the Sun long before we had proof it did, black-holes were devouring stars long before we even had a dream they were and not long ago within the span of my life it was taken, as fact that entire universe was contracting not expanding, but that didn’t mean it wasn’t expanding before could prove it.

Oh and I forgot to mentioned the Earth was always round.

Infinity can neither be added to or subtracted from — if science began with this understanding then they would understand that if a being looks long enough, deep enough with an open mind, aware they are soul, accepting the wisdom from the source consciousness, there would be no thing that could be proven does not exist, is not fact; though it will take an eternity of seeking to never discover all things, to discover. But more importantly than that I wonder if scientists wait to prove LOVE exists, LOVE is fact, before they feel LOVE? I think most would answer with a resounding, “NO!”. So it could be argued that without a shred of scientific proof, scientists do believe in the unexplained, the unknowable, the unanswerable as fact, as LOVE is the most supernatural, incomprehensible thing of all; save Infinity itself.

(Keeping in mind what I just defined the parameters of Infinity being, we create nothing new by finding a thing, but only manifest with our intent and perception what is already and always there.)

Scientists should first be faithful to the absolute that is Infinity and skeptical second; just for the fun and joy seeking of course. Rather than skeptics first and faith being something to be shunned; beliefs inspire intent and the intent of the observer effects the outcome of the experiment and skepticism is just as much a form of belief as faith.

Imagine what we would discover if we were observing Infinity with the wide open eyes of faith, rather than half eyes squinted in skepticism.

I do want to want to be clear however that faith, as I am describing it, is not the faith defined by religion, which in truth is not faith at all, but fear based dogma that most who call themselves faithful are actually only fans, not practitioners of — even though what most religions define as having faith in, is in fact Infinity, which is what in actuality most religious texts and teachings are describing their God, as being. Instead most of religious ilk are the worst form skeptics of all; hypocrites who use and twist faith to serve only their selfish wants, sowing with their hubris the seeds of doubt, which keeps the many from having the eternal experience of LOVE they so desperately seek and are.

just LOVE…
#kipbaldwin
#justlovemovement
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“The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom.” ~ Isaac Asimov

“Science is not only a disciple of reason but, also, one of romance and passion.” ~ Stephen Hawking

“The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion that stands at the cradle of true art and true science.” ~ Albert Einstein, The World As I See It

“Science is not only compatible with spirituality; it is a profound source of spirituality.” ~ Carl Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark

“The most incomprehensible thing about the world is that it is at all comprehensible.” ~ Albert Einstein

“The universe is made of stories, not of atoms.” ~ Muriel Rukeyser

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