Archive for April, 2011

The Understandings

The First Understanding – Reverence for Life

Reverence for Life is the divine gift of belongingness inherited pure and perfect at birth. Belongingness implies reverence for life. When reverence for life is the first and foremost guiding principle of living, human beings’ most creative energies are expended upon conducting the affairs of the world in such a way as to preserve life. The taking of life, or speciel killing, is not a function of being human. It is a scientifically untenable position to include speciel killing as a function of humanity. Woman knows this as part of her womb’s inheritance. Men have to learn it from her example. This is the great understanding that has not yet been grasped on the pulses of the male in toto. Many males know it but not yet enough to tip the scale of understanding. This understanding that aversion to speciel killing is not only inate, but also of primary importance in the affairs of the world, presents the greatest challenge to the relationship between the female and the male. The male view that speciel killing or killing of one’s own kind, is condonable under special man-made conditions is the unscientific assumption which has kept humanity on the path of self destruction from the dawn of this civilization, for to kill another is to kill the self.

The Second Understanding – The Difference between the Female and the Male.

The male enters the world from his mother’s womb and except for a primal remembrance of the womb, his world begins at birth.  From experience, he knows only the realm of human affairs or ethics.  Ethics by itself does not confer belongingness.  The male without conscious effort, does not understand belongingness, the primal right to be in the way that the woman does.  Not understanding this, he may base his knowledge upon science minus the being altogether.  Woman on the other hand is born with the responsibility of a womb.  By her nature she is unbilically connected to the life force and she is never able to free herself from it or ignore its responsibility.  Woman lives her entire life in the state of belongingness and when she ventures into the affairs of the world she brings her ever-present belongingness with her.  Woman has no enemies because any of the wowrld’s children could be born of her womb.  She cannot kill her children.  It is easier for her to separate the human being from the deeds of the human being.  The male, for the most part, sees the human being and the deeds as one and the same.  They are not.  Even those who commit heinous crimes are still human beings.  The responsibility of the womb does not end with birth.  A woman’s birth children are always her birth children.  She may cease to give them sustenance after a certain time but her bond to them is their birthright. Over the centuries, harsh conditions of survival have demanded that the woman spend great amounts of time caring for her children.  Her dedication to life is always her first concern so men have been able to take control of how societies and states are governed without consulting her, futilely believing that life begins at birth and not understanding that woman’s umbilical connection to the organic life force and her dedication to reverence for life is the pillar upon which enduring societies are built.