Francesco Amati

Hamburg, NJ, United States

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Francesco Amati
Posted about 3 years ago
Does Anything 'Become' Something?
Laura, As I read your response, I felt as if I was reading my thoughts, down to the way you explained your thought process. That's exactly what I was I inferring with this question. Your response is exactly what I've come to realize and understand. Thank you.
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Francesco Amati
Posted about 3 years ago
What is the most important goal for humanity to pursue?
I believe the most important goal for the human race is to realize who and what we are at the core of our existence. As I've said before, we are not 'human beings', but, rather, 'beings' being 'human'. We are united, universally, as a consciousness that exists in all of existence. Fear, pain, death, greed, hate, division, negativity, etc. is all an illusion of reality. We, the 'beings' that reside within the vessel we call the 'human', are infinite, just as the universe is. Once we are finally aware of that, we will be a civilization with less thought and more action based on less thinking and more knowing. When we remember what it truly means to live, life will be fulfilled. We can probably start by eliminating money. This would start a social-economic revolution, but, like the ever-changing weather - it, too, will pass, and Earth will also be at peace. The ultimate goal is progression of intelligence and survival on a universal scale.
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Francesco Amati
Posted about 3 years ago
Does Anything 'Become' Something?
I don't believe I could have expressed this understanding any better. It is difficult to communicate this to many people and I think it's because the general thought process is subjected to the physical reality, often delegated by the analytic side of the brain. This tends to restrict 'creative' thinking, which opens portals to many subjective, universal, 'truths'. Thank you for your clarification.
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Francesco Amati
Posted about 3 years ago
Does Anything 'Become' Something?
This is a good explanation, but whether a caterpillar becomes a moth or butterfly is irrelevant because it can only 'be' those entities. Now, if it wasn't in a caterpillar's nature to be, say, a frog, but something manipulated its evolution (forced evolution), then the word 'become' would be appropriate because it was never in its nature to be a frog. However, the evolution process of an egg > caterpillar > moth/butterfly is a 'genuine change/transition'. That being said, does a caterpillar become a moth/butterfly? No. It is already a moth/butterfly, but just waiting to 'physically' be. Idea ('Being') > Manifestation ('Be') > Realization ('Is') This can be translated as: A 'being' will 'be' what it 'is'. Does this imply that everything is metaphysically pre-determined? According to my realizations/philosophy, yes. All of that which is will never become, but will always be. All in one and one in all.
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Francesco Amati
Posted about 3 years ago
Why can't people realize we are all one.
I agree. Like all the different branches and leaves, we are all one of many trees. Everything that exists are interconnected entities streaming from a universal consciousness. We are not 'human beings' but, rather, 'beings' being 'human'.
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Francesco Amati
Posted about 3 years ago
Does Anything 'Become' Something?
The questions you posed were questions I have asked myself, in different ways, to reach the understandings relayed in this discussion. Where there is knowledge, there are less thoughts. We are only limited by concepts, not our imagination. Do you think that language is the definitive outlet for expressing knowledge that can not be proven empirically? Does language (words, numbers, symbols, etc.) restrict the expression of 'knowing'? Can anything be esoterically 'known' before it is exoterically explained? Knowledge inherited vs knowledge contracted
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Francesco Amati
Posted about 3 years ago
Does Anything 'Become' Something?
'A butterfly becomes a butterfly' makes more sense, if only to realize that something doesn't actually 'become' anything than what it already 'is'. As for your second question, I believe that time is only infinite, successive moments within an infinitely stretched moment (individual entities within one universal entity). There are no yesterdays, todays, and tomorrows; only befores and afters. Age and time are irrelevant, but are used to understand our world through the third-dimensional, human, experience. Change is the only universal constant. I don't believe there is a fundamental difference between getting out of the pupa and getting a little older other than the change of its physical appearance and what those physical abilities allow the entity to do and not do. Lastly, the whole is the sum of all of its parts that make it what it is. What is Earth? A concept. All that encompasses Earth makes it what it is, which includes us. Another way to think of this is the following: A term, say a 'bird', is what it is before its definition is defined, only waiting to be realized. All that exists, is everything that always was, is, and will ever be; a perpetual cycle of infinite universal existences among all that exists.