Well everyone needs a manifesto otherwise who are you?

O.K. so the Uni-bomber made one and most others don’t, but hey all eccentric intelligent people (may I include myself in that category) need one, so why should I lose out just because I need to pretend I am normal – you know just follow the herd, do what the next door neighbor does, because someone who you never met might think your are different from everyone whom you also never met.

  1. Everything is nothing and nothing is everything (manifestos need to be very poetic)

    In other words, everything has no independent existence, as Kabbalists have taught us for thousands of years and science has recently proved (in the last decade or so) that all matter literally pops in and out of existence; see also What The Bleep Do We Know, where the scientists and the documentary shows how atoms literally pop in and out of existence.

    As Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi and as we can far better extrapolate today, if something is dependent on an outside source for its power then you cannot say it is a something rather all you can say is the outside source is the something and it is nothing. For example, if your power supply to your home is dependent on electricity coming from a power plant, is the power you receive something or wouldn’t it cease to exist if the independent power producer (as opposed to the supply) shut down.

    So if we are constantly popping in and out of existence (but like an olden day movie the frames are happening too quickly for us to see it) therefore we and everything we see are nothing and the power supply commonly called God is everything, hence, Everything is nothing and nothing is everything.

  2. We are exceptionally loved by God

    Well if we are nothing then why would God love us, for God loves us not as a person seeking acquisitions rather as a mother loves her baby – why does mother a. love baby a., more than stranger baby b., because it is her outside of herself and she is very proud, loving and intimately one with it.

    Though we may not see our source, our creator God, nonetheless he sees us.

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