The Spiritual Cloud

The Cloud is now with us. Store our information in the Cloud and access from anywhere, from your computer, pad, netbook, phone, anywhere. In my world of Unorthodoxchristianity I believe in the reincarnation of the spirit. A spirit that has the knowledge of it’s previous host’s encounters with life, people, events etc. But where does a spirit store this information? In the brains of it’s hosts? What happens when the hosts die?¬†

Much of what mankind has invented, I believe, is from the contribution of a spiritual self that has been there, done that. For the spirit to draw upon this knowledge the spirit must have information in a spiritual cloud. (Hence our invention of a physical cloud with servers and memories that reflect the spiritual cloud that the spirit draws from, but in the physical form we currently have because we haven’t matriculated into the spiritual cloud physics yet.)

On one hand I seek that repository I can not access beyond a dream, or a recognition, or a deja vu. On the other hand, would I use it for good or selfishly. There is a purpose behind the veil, to protect us from ourselves.

Behold, the cloud, it is lingering out there, just barely beyond our grasp.

Religion: The Business End of Philosophy

Lots of argumentation in the world of religion. Was Jesus the Son of GOD, or Allah really a GOD, did This Happen or That, Was Buddha a real person, was Lao Tzu?
I believe all our religions have begun as a philosophical discussion, about where we come from, how we got here, where are we going? Over time the discussion gained interest and then a follower or two, then many. Then soon there had to be a leader of the discussion, then a committee, and finally a group. Soon it developed legends to reinforce what was originally a philosophical discussion. Then the competitors developed and took followers away from the first, and the leader and committee had to claim dominance. Ours is right and their’s is wrong. The original philosophy gets lost, and in the midst of organizations religion is born.
LOVE ONE ANOTHER no longer stands by itself, it gets negated and trumped by religion, which loves itself and no one else. In my unorthodox world, LOVE ONE ANOTHER is just too easy to grasp. People have a hard time wrapping their heads around it because it isn’t prejudiced, it is all inclusive, it shows no preference, and it is sooo simple.

Unorthodox Christianity as I have interpreted it could simply be stated “just do it”.

Love One Another. No room for business, no need for committee, and it can stand just fine without a ‘leader’. ¬†Divinity needn’t be invoked, stories needn’t be developed.

Simply Love One Another. enough said.