THE THREE GREAT TRUTHS OF ADORE

     Over the years, Adore has come through three great truths.

     THE PROOF

     The first truth is, in the physical universe of space and time,
the only way one object can learn about another object across a
space/time distance, is through being the effect of the other object.
You can't learn about something that donsn't effect you in any way.
Since effects do not prove cause, this lead to "The Machine Certainty
Theorem" otherwise known as The Proof, which states that certainty of
cause across a space time distance is impossible.

     LAW OF NOBILITY

     The second great truth was the Law of Nobility, which said that a
man will never strive to a higher level of nobility than the nobility
of the universe he conceived created him.  That may be a hard one to
swallow, but it says that nobility can not exist on the first dynamic
alone and if it is missing on the 8th, it will decay on the 7th
through 1st.  This lead to the idea that if one finds greater nobility
in one self than in the universe around him, one must continue to seek
that same nobility in one's conception of the Cosmic All, or else that
nobility will ultimately go to waste.

     This mandates that we rewrite our conception of the Cosmic All
until it becomes worthy of the nobility we find inside ourselves.

     Hubbard said it in other words, that one becomes what one fears
if one loses to it.  Trying to be more noble than the apparently
'ignoble' universe that created one is a losing game, thus ultimately
all such people go into the valence of the ignoble universe and begin
to act accordingly.  One audits this by auditing one's conception of
the Cosmic All to restore nobility on all 8 dynamics.

     Only then can one rise to one's own native worth.

     "Cancerous views of reality lead to cancerous conditions in body,
heart, mind and soul.  What grows in your life like a cancer?" - Adore

     LAW OF DISSATISFACTION or THE WAY IN IS THE WAY OUT

     The third and most subtle truth of Adore was that no further
truth could ever make you satisfied with a truth that you were
dissatisfied with now, otherwise known as the 'make up for' law.

     For example the religiously insane will tell you that when you get to
Heaven God will make up for all the pain you suffered in this life.  You
see, that's a later good resolving a prior bad.  It will never happen. NO
MATTER WHAT GOD DOES FOR YOU.  Certain things can not be 'made up for'.

     Having looking at my pain for 30 years I have determined that no
further ANYTHING will ever make up for my pain in this life, and thus
the existence of God and heaven and hell becomes moot.  Going to
heaven or hell just becomes another incident in a long line of
incidents that need to be resolved.

     The odd idea that comes out of this is that each incident of pain,
MUST contain within it an unspotted truth that will resolve that pain and
make it worthwhile.  Note this does not mean 'make up for the pain'.  The
incident ITSELF BECOME WORTHWHILE AND JUSTIFIED EXPERIENCING.  It means
once the true truth of the incident becomes known, the pain ITSELF BECOMES
BEAUTIFUL, turns into humor, and blows off as joy/sorrow and peace.

     Not only is one GLAD it happened, but one is willing to have it
happen again.  No lesson learned.  Lessons are alter-is to make sure
something doesn't happen again.  Lessons are trauma scaring.

     Thus each incident contains within it the seed of its own resolution,
one need not and MUST not look elsewhere, to some OTHER later, bigger or
stronger truth, to make up for the 'truth' of the pain that one suffered.

     No FURTHER truth will ever make you satisfied with a TRUTH that you
are dissatisfied with now.  Thus what you are dissatisfied with now can
not be the truth.  From this one can conclude that once the total truth is
known, total satisfaction with all things everywhere will result.

     Total OKness.

     This renders a God who purveys heavens or hells even less
relevant, as the whole solution to my existence and suffering is an
issue between me and myself and my awareness of truth at the time.

     It has nothing to do with anyone or anything else!

     "As for God, who hired him a and what are we paying him for?" -
Adore.

     One can draw from this, that the Cosmic All is the best of all
possible universes, that we have exactly what we wanted at one time or
another.  Perhaps it is time to change our minds about what we want, but
WE CAN NEVER GET RID OF ANYTHING BAD, something we couldn't have, wouldn't
have, shouldn't have wanted or created.

     Thus justice reigns at all times.  Justice is, you get what
you postulate.

     Just as God created the light and saw it was good, just so we created
any condition we are in and saw it was good at the time.  Only by seeing
how it was and still may be good, can we then get rid of it, as-is it.
Just because it no longer serves a good purpose to have the condition,
doesn't mean it isn't a good ability to be able to create and destroy that
condition at will!  It is an EXCELLENT ability in fact, one can't survive
long term without it.  So don't eschew disability just because it is not
presently useful.  Pack it up instead for a later day.

     IT WAS GOOD AT THE TIME OF CREATION AND MUST BE GOOD AGAIN AT THE
TIME OF DESTRUCTION, THROUGH AS-ISNESS.

     One only uses force to destroy 'bad' things, which results in
eternal persistence of parts of bad things.

     Thus one can only really get rid of something that is good!

     As long as one considers various conditions unconditionally bad
they will persist forever because that isn't the truth of their
creation.

     Homer

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