Transpositions and Faith in Practice
What we put 'here', is inescapable 'out there'. When we confront it 'out there' in the form of microwave radiation, it interacts with us as a quantum wave. We're bombarded by its flow at the speed of light. It blasts through the classical mechanic universe of walls and windows creating a boundary-less environment. The stage of life is therefor directed by everyone involved in our architecture and by what we tend to everyday!
Eventually, our temporal reality will work with the networks as easily as it works with our compositions online, so multi-tasking every detail of our developments and fielding every response to them may not be necessary (what we intend may be made manifest by the will to do so), but the possibilities and potentials of self and others collapse with the impact of sensation and perception.
Visualizing the virtual remains maleable until it is perceived by the world. The perception of our ever present reality precludes what we have visualized in the virtual and replaces it with local facts. I like to think of it this way. If it can be recorded with a camera, then it must be real, but in the quantum realm, even detecting the object influences it so profoundly that what we perceive is not a fair representation of what it really is.
In the United States, we advocate for thinking as you like, and speaking as you are, but during this migration of thought to the digital medium, we've been acting without adequate awareness of the consequences of our activity. When our thoughts influence public perception without response, our lack of awareness can result in what is known as disambiguation, or the failure to acknowledge the consequences of our behavior behind terminals and screens. Please see: Survival Tactics
Without response, we find that life and the living will defy us to abandon this medium to avoid inciting violence and lawlessness, rather than venting our anger or attempting to mitigate harm without feedback or response in a place we believe to be elsewhere.
We are much more likely to be useful if we can avoid the damages that result from anger, fear and hatred, but without knowledge of how our work is received, we may not get a chance. We must stay in touch with our communities for as long as we are able! We cannot save ourselves, or expect 'the network', or even God Himself to solve all our problems for us, but if we have defined the problem well enough, we ought to be able to tell 'Him' 'Her' or 'It' what's wrong! Then, with the feedback we field, we can act to repair the damage we've done with thoughtless words or deeds and avoid further damages. Please see: Consent, Boundaries & Treatment Plans
We have collective intelligence to work with in this space, and we are better connected by it than we ever have been in all of human history, but It won't save us from ourselves, or even from others if we cannot perceive what is wrong with ourselves. We must be able to see how what we do, or what we've failed to do influences others, and do what needs to be done about that first and formost.
Please see: Parsifal
There will always be variations of traits that by great blessing, or by great riches, are better than others, but the blessed are not likely to value their gifts anymore than we value our own. We may not all enjoy physically beautiful features, or gifts of intellect or these variations wouldn't be considered 'special', and if we did, there would be nothing special about them! And, frequently, what biology bestows in one place it takes away from another. We all have our own special contributions, and we need to cherish and appreciate the wide variety of types of people we have the opportunity to work with.
1. Robert Steigerwald. 2000: Materialism and the Contemporary Natural Sciences (Important research on the reality of perception.) Nature Society and Thought vol. 13, no. 3
3. Lacon J. Vimeo publication 2012, Original documentary by Francoise Wolff: 42 minutes and 40 seconds into this Vimeo presentation Jacque Lacon Speaks, Lacon describes how to achieve individuality. 1972: Jacque Lacon Describes Individuality as a Manifestation of Language
4. Žižek S. YouTube publication 2014: 28 minutes into this talk, in less than 5 minutes, Žižek describes how we do Genetic Engineering by using language as an example. Žižek on The Hegelian Wound
5. Dana ASMR. YouTube publication 2014: 11 minutes and 20 seconds into this reading Dana describes 'The Author's Problem' by referring to difficulty of illustrating the sheep for the Author. The Little Prince