Qualifying Certainty
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Defining Deity


aving touched upon its merits, let us now consider what separates 'certainty' from every other idea we are capable of entertaining. 

'Certainty' is that which cannot be denied without invalidating the logical route by which the denier necessarily confirms the existence of his or her self.

In other words, 'certainty' constitutes the form of the undeniable which necessarily arises along with with the realization of self.  In its most fundamental state, self is that difference which links pure potential with its ability to be known.  Variations in proficiency then distinguish one intellect from another.  The necessity to admit 'pure potential' into this equation as the qualifier of all difference is actually the universal basis for all attempts to personify Deity.

It is important to note here that the delineation of 'certainty' only proves the necessity for a universal Deity or God and not a personal one -- even though the latter implication is inherent in the former.  Beyond that, it also fixes the nature of 'truth' by demonstrating the quantitative form of that which cannot be denied.  Adherence to the undeniable is what then establishes the grounds for the qualification of intent, our sole means to self justification.  This in turn constitutes the foundation for our concept of judgment.  This chain of dependency manifests itself within mind, because 'certainty' is inextricably bound to the qualification of self and is thus undeniable. 




ith the discovery of 'certainty' we can now qualify what we might know about Deity, determine whether our existence is essential or accidental, define our inherent responsibility to life, and understand how Deity or God might interact with us so as not to destroy our difference -- or freewill.  These are all issues that have previously eluded a definitive resolve, even though they have dominated serious thought since its conception.

As important as the logical aspect of this breakthrough obviously is, for self vindication, its tangible application in the world of man is of far greater immediate importance.  This is born out by the enclosed synopsis of 'critical issues' currently facing mankind.  If we are ever going to be able to offset the existing threat posed by fundamental difference, a new and unique approach to problem solving is required.  To be effective it must be global in scope without posing a threat to cultural difference and its existing power bases.

This unique capability finds form in the Eden project.  The impetus to give it serious consideration is everywhere around us.  It starts at the interpersonal level and ends at the international one.  It's called conflict, and it results from an inability to understand how to come together and live in harmony.  At the crux of this problem is man's current inability to define necessity and communicate the elements essential to its cause.

Moreover, until mankind is able to implement a sane and incontrovertible approach to self restraint, this situation is destined to get worse.  Only one thing can stem our current slide toward oblivion; and, it is the infusion of 'certainty' and its inherent demands into global dynamics.  The Eden project provides a tangible way, but it must be implemented with all haste; since advances in destructive technology continue to "up the ante" daily.

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