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“The Sin”

 

 
Almost every religion in the world has ‘The Sin’ in one way or another integrated in their teachings.

As far as I can comprehend, this Sin was originated when the first man and the first woman, "Adam and Eve," disobeyed God by eating the fruit of the forbidden tree.

It doesn’t make sense that two people millions of years ago did something wrong, and now because we are their descendants (millions of years after) we have to be responsible for what they did.

It also doesn’t make any sense that God would create a tree and then forbid Adam and Eve from eating from it.

Why would God create the tree in the first place?

Was it an apple tree?

Should we be afraid to eat apples today because God will punish us in one way or another?

Some people may answer; “God created the tree to test Adam’s and Eve’s obedience.”  Yes, it makes some sense the above answer, but why not to test their obedience by saying for instance, “The two of you are humans. You will have from time to time the inclination to make love to each other. It is good for you to do so since you have to reproduce yourselves; however, I am your Creator and forbid you from interacting in sexual activity with any of the other species that abound in this Garden of Eden; they are not human, they are animals and they are allowed also to interact sexually with their own species only.  If you disobey me, I will through you out of this wonderful place and your life will be harsh and difficult to live.”  

Now, God forbidding Adam and Eve from interacting sexually with animals makes more sense, because the genetic makeup of animals is different than our own, and that practice could result in horrible monsters being born.  

I think the Sin in religions today is the leash that ties us down to the sacrificial post. In my opinion, this Sin is like drugs in the medical industry; it is going to keep you addicted to it and you are nothing but a slave of those that you depend on. I am a human being with a free will and I do not believe in false philosophies which conflict with the reality of today.

To believe in faith alone about events that happened thousands of years ago is so immature that it borders on stupidity, we would be better believing in stories and events that are supported by the reality of Nature today. 

Yes, I believe Nature is the path to our God and Creator. Nature gives us direction by means of hard work and decision making. That is why you have to concentrate on your own Nature and the Nature of your special mate. There are the answers to put balance to your own life.

Without this balance, your life finds conflict at every turn of your road, and confusion will pave your present and future days. God be praised for showing us the way to his/her Kingdom through Nature.

Vincent

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8 Responses to “The Sin”

  1. Enid January 11, 2012 at 7:53 pm #

    Su escrito es muy interesante, aunque se pierde un poco la esencia en el traductor.  Ciertamente la historia de la humanidad con realción a aspectos religiosos deja mucho para cuestionar las percepciones que ha tenido el hombre   relación en  con la divinidad.  Me uno al pensamiento que la naturaleza es ese camino que nos indica un orden y su entendimiento va más alla de nuestras razones.  No existe nada mejor, para lograr tranqulizar los pensamientos que mirar como fluye la naturaleza; en  su calma y en  sus tempestades.

    English: Your writing is very interesting, although some of the meaning gets lost through the translation.
    Truthfully the history of the human race in relation to the religious aspects have left a multitude of questions, especially between man and “The Divinity”.
    I share your thoughts that Nature is the road which give us direction to have order and understanding and goes further than our present understanding. There is nothing better to appease your thoughts than to look at how Nature harmoniously flows, its calm moments and its storming times. Enid

    • Vincent Sylvan January 11, 2012 at 11:20 pm #

      Gracias Enid, por su esfuerzo en tratar de entender mi blog en su idioma, veo que tambien le interesa saber el significado de nuestra existencia. Este es un tema para los lideres religiosos pero parece que se quedaron atrapados en su infancia porque no nos traen conocimientos nuevos. Pronto traeremos una seccion en espanol en nuestra pagina web, para que mas gente pueda disfrutar de mis conocimientos. Tambien voy a traducir su comentario al ingles, para que mi publico americano sea sabedor de sus ideas. Espero que continuara comunicandose conmigo asi podremos compartir ideas. Vincent

      English: Thank you Enid, for your effort translating my blog to be able to understand it. I can see you are also attracted to the philosophy about the meaning of life. This is a subject which belongs to our spiritual leaders, but they seem to be stuck in kinder garden teachings and do not advance in this knowledge. Soon we will have a section in Spanish in our web site to be able to please my Spanish followers. Also, I am going to translate your comments, so my American audience will be able to see how you feel and your thoughts in this important subject. Hope you get back in touch soon so we can share ideas. Vincent

      • Enid January 16, 2012 at 4:38 pm #

        Eso seria muy bueno, gracias por considerarlo. 

  2. Fausto Zenisek February 22, 2012 at 2:06 am #

    Just wanna comment on few general things, The website design and style is perfect, the content material is very good : D.

  3. Vincent Sylvan February 23, 2012 at 12:55 am #

    Thank you Fausto, such appreciation I welcome every day. Vincent

  4. Vincent Sylvan February 25, 2012 at 12:20 pm #

    Gracias Adriana, eres de Brasil?

  5. Andréia March 23, 2012 at 6:53 pm #

    we all know why this site is so useful. congrats!

  6. Vincent Sylvan April 14, 2012 at 3:16 pm #

    Thank you Andreia

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