Žr. Dievas Žr. taip pat: BeingAlone, Aloneness, Freedom
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God is Alone.
- is that nobody else assumes what you assume, nobody else shares your Structure.
- (?) is Not What, the lack of assumptions, yet it is an Assumption.
- manifests itself to us as Freedom, the lack of restriction, the lack of necessity.
- is how we understand God
- is how we are one with God
- is the independent thinker
- is the culture of the independent thinker
- is independent, but not isolated or separate
- is a shared independence
- is the lack of context, yet as an attribute, it is a context.
- a quality and thus can apply or not apply
- is NotGod
- the inversion of God
- the context for God.
The meaning of Alone
What is Aloneness? Aloneness is defined in any Scope as independence of any definition, perspective, context. Aloneness is the Onesome, the one perspective by which the one who perceives and what they perceive are the same. Perspective is Unity, the balance of going beyond oneself where the scope that restricts what one goes beyond from is Nothing, and thus one is expressed exactly by how one manifests beyond oneself. Aloneness is going beyond oneself, thus alone even from one's self. Definition negates Aloneness by separating the one who will go beyond (who knows) and the one who has gone beyond (is known). Knowledge negates God by keeping out (as unreal) that which has no expression (who defines) and that which has expression (is defined). In the case of knowledge, the one who knows is within system; in the case of definition, the one who defines is beyond system.
What does it mean to be alone? Consider one's aloneness in Scope.
- God is alone beyond scope, thus does not recognize scope.
- I is not alone, beyond scope, thus needs to go into scope.
- You is not alone, in scope, thus acknowledging what is beyond scope.
- Other is alone, in scope, thus does not recognize what is beyond scope.
What is aloneness?
- going beyond oneself
- the linking of God beyond and within
- a NullActivity which gets reinterpreted because of the paradox of Aloneness, and defines God accordingly.
- being not bound by any Scope but going freely both into it and beyond it
- by way of Truth
- a relation between what "is" and what "is or is not"
How is aloneness defined? How is God defined?
- whether alone: as God's attribute (Flow), defining God
- what is alone: as staying within (Structure), defining Everything
- how is alone: as going beyond oneself (Representation), defining Wishes, and
- why is alone: as being one with all (Unity), defining Love
The meaning of Who thereby evolves by necessity from particular to general and so includes every sense of Alone, thus every sense of Who. It keeps making explicit a self which God goes beyond as a flow of Truth, until with TripleSelf, God's Aloneness is explicit.
How are Aloneness and God related?
Aloneness raises the question of the relation between God's perspective ("the perspective" beyond system, beyond meaning, beyond definition) and any perspective or context ("a perspective" within system, within meaning, within definition). Note that "a perspective" distinguishes one and all, whereas "the perspective" equates them.
Truth is alone in that by it God within and God beyond are the same. Structure is the negation of Truth. By Structure, Person is not alone, for Person within system is distinct from God beyond system. But GodTheFather, GodTheSon and GodTheSpirit, all beyond system, are one with each other.
A Definition and what it defines are distinguished, and thus related, by the Scope of Definition in four relationships, from implicit to explicit.
- God - undefined (beyond system)
- I: God is alone - shifting from undefined (beyond system) into defined (system)
- You: Aloneness is God - shifting from defined (within system) to undefined (beyond system)
- Other: Aloneness - defined (within system)
- To be alone is to go beyond oneself into system, where one is not;
- To not be alone is to not go beyond.
- To overcome not aloneness is to go beyond one's system to identify with God who is beyond it.
- To not overcome not aloneness is to identify with one's self.
The nullsome is aloneness; the onesome is being one with, the overcoming of not aloneness. Knowledge negates aloneness, for it negates the representations of the nullsome. Definition negates the overcoming of not aloneness, for it negates the representations of the onesome.
The meaning of Aloneness changes with the relationship between God within us and God beyond us. The relation between these meanings is the relation between Persons, including God, and their love for each other.
To be not alone is
- defined by the structures below. And these structures define (from God's point of view) the space that is NotGod. God arises when from these spaces there is reaching out beyond to God, the choice of applying the definition of God to God rather than Self.
- NotGod = Everything
- NotEverything = Omniscope
- NotWishes = PrimaryStructures
- NotLove = SecondaryStructures
- to be different People yet in the same Scope. (Think also of the logic of mental spaces.) If one has come into one's Scope from beyond, then one is alone. And if one goes out of one's Scope into another, then one is likewise alone. And the latter is the case when we Love.
- that there is another who we have not gone beyond ourselves into. And we are not free if we are not able to go beyond ourselves into another, which is the Truth, and Love is the unity of truth.
- to have a relative ground in one's Self, rather than an absolute ground beyond Scope, thus to be in System but not have a relationship with what is beyond System, (having lost it, having it negated) and so to be like the LostChild among other such lost children, with no established relationship to them. Establishing the relationship through the pragmatics of communication based on presumptions of equality and using the structure of the channel as the shared content to leverage in communication.
- to be bound within a Scope for that Scope is the absence of some other and so one is then not alone.