Tuesday, April 05, 2016

"the devil taketh him up into the holy city" - Dualism and Heaven and the Hell

A Station in Tokyo

Dualism and Heaven and the Hell

No one wants to live poor.  But there are different ways of living among people.

Almost 10% of people would sell their souls to Satan if they can be rich.  And, almost 10% of people try to follow God as much as possible no matter how much they don't like poverty, though God tells them to live humble and poor.

And the rest of 80% people are afraid of Satan but they cannot fully accept the teaching of God.  Therefore, followers of Satan is predominant in the human world, though it does not collapse for their evil acts since some righteous people are making efforts to maintain any little justice and humanity.

But this relationship of people looking at God and other people looking at Satan may have some analogy with some physical issue.
In particle physics, antimatter is a material composed of antiparticles, which have the same mass as particles of ordinary matter but opposite charges, as well as other particle properties such as lepton and baryon numbers and quantum spin. Collisions between particles and antiparticles lead to the annihilation of both, giving rise to variable proportions of intense photons (gamma rays), neutrinos, and less massive particle–antiparticle pairs.  
There is considerable speculation as to why the observable universe is composed almost entirely of ordinary matter, as opposed to a more even mixture of matter and antimatter. This asymmetry of matter and antimatter in the visible universe is one of the great unsolved problems in physics.
Maybe the human world today is in a process of annihilation of bad souls.  If a man with a good soul should encounter with a man with an evil soul, both might disappear leaving some sort of spiritual energy.  Or, if a good part of man's soul should collide with an evil part of his soul, both might disappear in his inner space.  But, in the long run, good souls would prevail as the physical universe is.

So, dualism is a profound root in humanity and the physical universe.
Moral dualism began as a theological belief. Dualism was first seen implicitly in Egyptian Religious beliefs by the contrast of the gods Set (disorder, death) and Osiris (order, life).[2] The first explicit conception of dualism came from the Ancient Persian Religion of Zoroastrianism around the mid-fifth century BC. Zoroastrianism is a monotheistic religion that believes that Ahura Mazda is the eternal creator of all good things. Any violations of Ahura Mazda's order arise from druj, which is everything uncreated. From this comes a significant choice for humans to make. Either they fully participate in human life for Ahura Mazda or they do not and give druj power. Personal dualism is even more distinct in the beliefs of later religions. 
The religious dualism of Christianity between good and evil is not a perfect dualism as God (good) will inevitably destroy Satan (evil). Early Christian Dualism is largely based on Platonic Dualism (See: Neoplatonism and Christianity). There is also a personal dualism in Christianity with a soul-body distinction based on the idea of an immaterial Christian Soul.
Probably it is not right to think that a man should accept dualism, or both positive and negative or both holy and evil.  But it is right to think that a man should live as a process of erasing negative by positive or evil by goodness.

Anyway above the domain of dualism, there must be Heaven, and below the domain of dualism there must be the hell.

So, Christ Jesus said if we accumulated wealth in this world it would be rotten (by negative force), so that accumulate wealth in Heaven.

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Mat 4:5 Then the devil taketh him up into the holy city, and setteth him on a pinnacle of the temple,
Mat 4:6 And saith unto him, If thou be the Son of God, cast thyself down: for it is written, He shall give his angels charge concerning thee: and in their hands they shall bear thee up, lest at any time thou dash thy foot against a stone.