Friday, 28 October 2016 21:27

Cynicism, realism and religion in love matters

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People want to live in body and ego at all costs; they are also aware that other people can hurt or kill them, as they can hurt or kill other people; the idea of love came into being to say to the other person: please do not hurt or kill me; please constantly reassure me that you will not hurt or kill me.

Thus, a woman wants constant reassurance of love; this means that she wants the man in her life to constantly tell her that he would not harm her or kill her, for she knows that at any moment he wants to he can do so. This is particularly so in the area of sex; women know that their vagina is smelly flesh and feel that men may not like it and want men to desire it and tell them that they like it and enjoy it so much so that they would not harm them after sex. Moreover, during sex women are vulnerable, especially since after organism they tend to blank out and know that the man may harm or kill them so they want assurance that he would not do so.

In effect, what folks call love is nothing but a means of preserving the body and ego?    If you market love what you are doing is reassuring people that men would not hurt women and children and so on.

LESBIANISM IS ROOTED IN WOMEN WHO FEEL THAT MEN CAN HURT OR KILL THEM SEEKING OTHER WOMEN TO GRATIFY THEIR SEXUAL NEEDS AND NOT HURT OR KILL THEM; THAT IS, IT IS ROOTED IN FEAR OF HARM AND DEATH IN THE HANDS OF MEN

If a woman feels that men would hurt or kill her, perhaps due to harmful experience with men during childhood, she would pick up other women to masturbate her with the understanding that a woman would not hurt or kill her. This is an illusion, of course, since there are wicked lesbians that not only take advantage of other women but kill them.

Homosexuals are by definition criminals for anyone who is defiant enough to accept unnatural sexuality is behaving in an anti-social manner and therefore can harm or kill people; homosexuals are prone to harming and killing people.

Lesbianism is rooted in fear of men hurting or killing women; gay men are simply defiant folks. Am I being moralistic? Not at all for to me people are animals and can have whatever they call sex, including having sex with horses, dogs and pigs; bestiality is their right.

All these mean that there is no such thing as physical love; it is all ego struggles to live in body.

SPIRITUAL LOVE TRANSCENDS BODY AND EGO

There is spiritual love but that transcends body; spirit is beyond body and does not know what we do in bodies; what we do in bodies is done in dreams; dreams are not real and what is done in them have not been done in reality; what folks do on earth and in their bodies have not been done; they remain innocent, guiltless and sinless; they remain as their creator created them, holy, one with him and with each other.

On earth if people try to harm or kill other people since those egos want to remain in bodies they will protect themselves by hunting them down, arresting them and punishing them, including jailing and or killing them. The reality that what we do on earth does not matter to spirit does not mean that it does not matter to egos; it matters to egos and egos have a right to protect themselves.

THERE IS INTELLIGENCE AT WORK IN PEOPLE; THOUGH WHAT IT DOES IN BODY SEEMS FOOLISH IT IS STILL INTELLIGENT AND ONE SHOULD NOT LOSE SIGHT OF THAT AND THINK THAT PEOPLE ARE NOTHING

If you look at what people on earth do, such as sex and war, you would conclude that people are nothing; you would see people as no more than dressed up animals. You would be tempted to see people as no more than dogs and treat them as such, even kill them. This is a mistake.

There is intelligence at work in people. That intelligence is not what religionists talk about; it is impersonal; in the future science will prove it.

In the meantime, one must assume that there is an unknown intelligence in people and as much as is possible overlook their silly behaviors and love the spirit in them. I generally overlook people's bodies and what they do with their bodies (by seeing them as done in dreams) and love the intelligence, aka spirit in them. This is my personal philosophy; it is not rooted in any religion that other people handed down to me but is what makes sense to me.

As you can see, there is a bit of cynicism, realism and religion in my philosophy.

Ozodi Osuji

October 28, 2016

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Ozodi Osuji Ph.D

Ozodi Thomas Osuji is from Imo State, Nigeria. He obtained his PhD from UCLA. He taught at a couple of Universities and decided to go back to school and study psychology. Thereafter, he worked in the mental health field and was the Executive Director of two mental health agencies. He subsequently left the mental health environment with the goal of being less influenced by others perspectives, so as to be able to think for himself and synthesize Western, Asian and African perspectives on phenomena. Dr Osuji’s goal is to provide us with a unique perspective, one that is not strictly Western or African but a synthesis of both. Dr Osuji teaches, writes and consults on leadership, management, politics, psychology and religions. Dr Osuji is married and has three children; he lives at Anchorage, Alaska, USA.

He can be reached at: ozodiosuji@gmail.com (907) 310-8176