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  1. Eternal life

    Basically, people do not distinguish between concepts: being, existence and life. They think that a person is skin, meat, bones and blood, and the process of metabolism itself is a fundamental property of all “living things”. The reason for their existence is unknown to them, as is the meaning of their own existence, which for them ends in certain death.

    But according to Protagoras, man is the measure of all that exists, both having its own being and NOT having (abstract) being. And if you agree with this definition, ask yourself: – how can a person who does NOT know the purpose and meaning of his own existence serve as such a “measure”? Can such a “person” be called “reasonable”? And what is the “mind” ITSELF? what is HIS life and what does he eat? Can “metabolism” be both a cause and a consequence of ITS existence? And does such an existence lead to eternal life?

    For people who do not “face” these questions, the topic itself is of no further interest, but for those who consider themselves to have a self-conscious ” thinking being “(I think – therefore I exist), I will try to present my own worldview in an accessible form, which is based on the following conclusions::

    1. Everything that exists is information.

    2. The way things exist is through information exchange.

    3. The meaning of existence of beings is the creation of new information.

    Information (for the thinker) exists as an idea, thought, and word in the form of sensation, message, and attitude. Then the mode of being of one's own MIND – thinking – is an information exchange, and its very LIFE is the CO-existence of rational beings, which is defined as an exchange of RELATIONS, but not of “material substances”.

    The creation, distribution, and consumption of information is the ETERNAL existence of an intelligent being, and LIFE as such is the mode of existence of Truth=God is Love, the relationship of the Creator (God) and the creature (man) … The Holy Spirit and the human spirit, who only in mutual communication find the true meaning of THEIR (personal) existence.

    A person who has come to know the Truth and Love of God is saddened by HIS OWN imperfection and rejoices when God enters into direct communion with him in the Holy Spirit. Seeing his own sins in the Light of Christ “obscures” in him the imperfection of the world and other people …

  2. The most reliable testimony about God was provided by His Son, Jesus Christ. This testimony was recorded by His disciples and distributed throughout the world in the form of a Covenant. The New Testament is called. Of course, this is not provable, but is accepted by faith, and then through faith is revealed, confirmed and understood.�

    40 He that receiveth you receiveth me; and he that receiveth me receiveth him that sent
    me(Matthew 10: 40).

    30 I can't do anything on My own. As I hear, so I judge, and my judgment is just; for I do not seek my own will, but the will of the Father who sent Me.

    15 And the Jews marveled, saying, How can this man know the scriptures without learning?
    16 Jesus answered them, ” My teaching is not mine, but that of him who sent me.
    17 If anyone wants to do his will, he will know of this teaching, whether it is from God or whether I speak of myself.
    18 He who speaks of himself seeks his own glory; but he who seeks the glory of him who sent him is true, and there is no unrighteousness in him.
    (John 7: 15-18)

  3. You can say that God has three faces, and no one can argue with you. Everyone has their own apple in their head, and only when it appears on the plate do we go out of the acceptable range. Therefore, your idea of God can be considered correct. For it is impossible to refute, as well as to assert, what is in the zone of assumptions.

  4. By definition, God is unknowable, and there can be no correct definition. The definition follows from an honest answer to the question ” why do you need God?” Can I help you solve your current issues? This is the boss who just needs to roll back and then live as you lived? Is this a model of consciousness? there are other options.

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