Friday, September 30, 2011

And God Created Genetic Disorders

 A few months ago, a few of the chicken eggs hatched on the farm and we had a bunch of new chicks to look after. We first placed them in a brooder-cage, but when they started digging their way out of there, we took them in our house until we’d be able to fix the cage. And so, they raced around in our house, having the time of their life. All of them, but one.

This one little orange chick would only take a few steps at a time and then drop down and just sit there, resting. We had a look at her legs and saw that her feet and legs had just gotten a growth-spurt. We figured she was adapting to her new legs and how it affected her body and balance. orangeBut after a few weeks, she still was only able to stumble and spent most of her time sitting or laying down. She was eating, drinking and shitting just fine, so there was no indication of an illness she was suffering from. We gave her all the support we were able to think of, but nothing helped. Actually, it looked like matters only got worse. Her legs looked and felt like rubber – there was no structure or strength in them and they were simply unable to keep her upright.

We then did some research and found out that she was suffering from a genetic disorder. The chick was suffering from a protein-deficiency and in order to be able to grow her feathers – which requires a lot of protein – her body was extracting the proteins from her bones and re-allocating them to feather-growth. This resulted in her bones feeling like rubber and her not being able to stand or walk.

We immediately placed her on a cat-food diet and after a good month of high level protein intake, she started first being able to hold herself up, then started taking a few steps at a time and eventually was able to walk and even run.

Now – why would an almighty God create an existence where this type of genetic disorders occur?? How much effort would it take – for a God – to correct the genetic design of chickens, so that such suffering doesn’t exist?? Because – remember, if we hadn’t been there and if it had just been the chick and her mother, the mother would have abandoned or killed her – because she was too weak to make it.

How can God make such stupid mistakes – where a baby’s body starts eating away at its own bones to be able to grow feathers? You cannot possibly tell me that this is God’s way of punishing the chick – what did the chick ever do to him? She was born with this. She didn’t even have a chance to live – how sinful could she be to deserve the death penalty before she’s even gotten out of her egg properly?

And this applies to all genetic disorders. Why do children have to pay for the sins of their parents? If parents created their own disorders through acting in sin – well, maybe I would understand God not stepping in and saying “sort out your own shit”. But to pass on these disorders through the DNA to the children who haven’t even set foot on this Earth yet? What the hell is that all about??

If God were forgiving – he would make sure all children are born in forgiveness – he would make sure that no child has to pay for what his or her parents did, or their grandparents, or the the generation before that and before that and before that! I mean – if God were forgiving, it’s the least he could do!

Since genetic disorders currently run rampant – both within the animal kingdom as in human beings – you have to wonder: where is God in all this? And if God were to exist, can he really be good, loving and forgiving? Nope. Not with the catastrophe of a world that we live in today.

No – if God exists, he is not a good, loving and forgiving God. If God exists, he is a spiteful sadist who enjoys to enslave beings for eternity without giving them a solution to get themselves out, dooming them to unending suffering. Hm, sounds much like the Devil and…. hm, sounds a lot like human beings too. If human beings are made in the image and likeness of God, then we reflect the true nature of God. And the true nature of human beings can be seen within what human beings have created and manifested.

Have a look at the current money system – it works with passing on the debts of the parents to the children as well. Children are not born in forgiveness because not all children have equal opportunities. Dependent on where you live, who your parents are and who their parents were – will determine most of who you will be and how easily you’ll be able to generate money in the world; will determine whether you get to live or whether you have child debtto struggle to survive, day in and day out. See: exactly the same as with genetic disorders, as ‘faults’ that are being passed on from generation to generation through the DNA. The same goes with how parents’ performance and financial position determines the kind of life their child will lead.

I’d say we don’t wait for God to come and fix his creation. It’s obvious he doesn’t care anyways. If we want to be saved, we’re going to have to do it ourselves. If we want to live in a different world, we have to change the starting point of Life. The current starting point of Life is: DEBT. Both within the physical/DNA as in the money-system – because we are born with the debts and sins of those that have gone before us.

The starting point of Life should be Forgiveness. When a being comes into the world, he/she should be unconditionally forgiven and start their life in forgiveness – clear – empty – not carrying with them the mistakes of the past of those that have gone before them. This sounds lovely – but how can it practically be done?

To free the future children of the world, we require to stop the cycle of ‘The Sins of the Fathers’ – this we do through taking responsibility for who and what we exist as, as the totality of ourselves. Each genetic disorder is a manifested consequences, which has an origin-point. It is for each one to find and identify those origin-points, release them and re-align our design. This is practically done through self-honesty, self-forgiveness and self-corrective action. Through this – we stop the application of simply passing on our shit to the next generation and the next generation and the next generation. Instead: we have a look at the shit that is here, that has accumulated over eons of time: and we take self-responsibility for it. Sort ourselves out – clean ourselves up – remove the shit. That way – when new children come into the world – they are not born within disadvantage – they are born within opportunity.

To correct the cycle of ‘The Sins of the Fathers’ in the money-system can be done through implementing an Equal Money System – a system wherein each being unconditionally receives the amount of money required to sustain himself. This would mean that a child that comes into the world is financially supported – immediately – equally. They don’t take on the debt of their parents – they are unconditionally forgiven and are able to live their own life.

If God were good and loving and forgiving and man is made in the image and likeness of God – then surely this would be the type of monetary system that would be in use today. But it’s not – and God is not good, loving and forgiving.

Then remains the question: who do we want to be? Who do we want our children to be? What do we wish for the next generations? Do we want to be remembered in thoughts of hatred and resentment for what we left behind? Or do we stop and change the world around?

Stop waiting for God, people – you’re wasting your time. Instead – do what you would want God to do for you. It’s not above our human capacity – we just have to get off our lazy asses and get moving!

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