Listen to this one two or three times. It’s good…..
“Of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die.”
Adam and Eve were forbidden from eating the fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. That phrase, “knowledge of good and evil”, as defined by the bible, refers to maturity and wisdom (Deuteronomy 1:39; 2 Samuel 14:17; 1 Kings 3:6-9; Hebrews 5:12-14). Was the prohibition of knowing good and evil a permanent one? No, but Adam and Eve, or the first humans, had to mature to the point where they could partake of it. The tree of life, like milk, is available to the babes, but the knowledge of good and evil, or solid food, is only for the mature.
A sixteen year old girl losing her virginity at a drunken high school party loses her innocence. What comes after is shame and, unless some healing takes place, self destruction. She dies to her innocence but is not resurrected into something better. Her death to innocence becomes a permanent thing leading to corruption. It’s a bad death.
A young woman who loses her virginity on the first night of what will become a life long marriage however dies to her innocence to then be resurrected into a mature woman who knows the fullness of goodness, love, pleasure, and soon motherhood. Her death to innocence is a good death as it leads to a more glorious state of being.
When Adam and Eve ate of the tree of knowledge prematurely, they died, not to be resurrected into mature humans ready to move out into the wilderness to increase and multiply in a good and glorious way, but rather they died a bad death which led only to corruption. We, who come after, are under that curse of bad death.
Jesus began His mission in a hostile wilderness where, while being tempted by the serpent, proved His wisdom and maturity. He went on to die a good death to then become the first man to be resurrected into a true and perfect human. We who come after are resurrected into that same perfection.
Our bad death becomes a good death to innocence leading on and on to perfection.
Related reading: Predisposed to Rule
Diversity is not our strength — unity is. And if you live in the west and have been told over and over again that diversity is our strength, to the point where you actually think unity when you hear diversity, you have been sufficiently brain washed.
Any ideology which seeks to divide a people is seeking to overthrow that people. Sometimes that’s a good thing — when the people are living in hell, the last thing that’s good for them is strength in unity.
So whether the changes in the west will lead to better things or worse things, don’t be fooled into believing the lie that diversity is our strength.
War is not peace, freedom is not slavery, ignorance is not strength, and neither is diversity.
Women, under the leadership of oppressive men, wither and die.
Women, under the
leadership of weak men, become feminists.
Women under the leadership of strong, good, God fearing men, flourish.
Whenever I see an organization being led by women (a type of organization not normally led by women), I think, “Weak men be here.”
Whenever I see an organization being led by strong, good men, I know I will see strong, good women there as well.
I’m sharing an article from Vasili Shynkarenka. Check it out…
When our startup failed, I didn’t know what to do next.
I’ve always been busy running somewhere but never had the time to think hard about where I was heading.
Now I had all the time in the world. So I embarked on a journey to figure out what to work on.
I dug deep. Over the past six months, I devoured hundreds of books, articles, and videos on how to choose what to work on (or, more generally, what the f**k should I do with my life).
Most of them sucked. But the winners changed my life.
Instead of you wasting years searching for the best stuff, I’ve created this curriculum of the 13 essential reads to choosing what to work on.
These are less the 1% that made the cut. I’ve read virtually all of these twice or more….