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Individual Sovereignity

Discussion in 'Culture & Religion' started by Idris, Dec 8, 2008.

  1. Idris

    Idris New Member

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    A person is a sovereign on his or her own and it is only him/her that can negotiate that sovereignty – to negotiate the sovereignty is to accept an authority over oneself. God is the only authority/lord and He alone delegates authority to the servants.

    Every sane adult is given the rational sense as his/she only guide and given the brain as the only sight. No one is allowed to accept anything which he/she does not see by his/her brain or comprehend by his/her rational sense.

    A person lives for his or her heart and must therefore not accept anything which he/she can not clearly trace (the benefit) to his or her heart. A person must always know why he or she has to do anything.

    God is rich and we are poor – we are the one in need of God– whatever has been prescribed for us is for our benefit and this we can understand pretty well when we use our brain.

    It is an inbuilt nature in human being to always seek for the reason/benefit of a thing/deed. Where the reason is not forthcoming, some people take to superstition – not even rituals are without presumed reasons/benefits. No human being can act otherwise.

    We are individuals that live in a common but competitive house. A person must be strong to survive in such a situation. The least strength (as a prerequisite for survival) is to decide/intend and remain determined never to become a slave to any creature. A slave is not living.

    A stronger person takes control of the earth and the game is to turn the wheel as desired. Only those who are Just can do justice and allow everyone (regardless of belief) to live on earth.

    All human beings are selfish except those who have control over themselves and are considerate of others.
     
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    Mare Tranquillity Active Member

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    But one can have one's sovereignty taken away by another person, can't they? If some shoots you in the back of the head with a high-powered rifle for instance. Or are you talking about a soul-level sovereingty?
     
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    Most people in the world today are denied of this right - many do not even realize they are also lanlords (that the world belongs to us all).
     
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    Most of the people today don't know they are sovereign? Yes. And that they are in some sense landlords of the Earth? Well, we all live here and from that perspective I suppose you could infer some level of ownership, but the expression of ownership shown by people tends more towards the "Might is Right" kind.
     
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    Hi Jenifer Johnson or DavidHenry or whoever the hell you are this time. Weren't you banned once already? :confused:
     
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