Автор: Rev Dr J. N’GORAN
Category: со Средства информации и технологии, Подготовка лидеров, Партнерство
Suicharity is a diminutive of Pensciencreatussuicharity (<Common Lat. pensare, “to weigh, [figurative, to reflect on], to think”, scientis, “who knows”, from scire, “to know”, creatus, “created”, sui, “of oneself”, caritas, “charity, love”,), [Self love of the penscient creature himself].
As a robot, humane creature or invention, that is plenty of metal spare parts from varied sources and nature, hidden here and there, the Universe about what the Bible, the Book of creation talks, includes diversities and diversities of elements and oligo-elements per thousands, separately or all together.
In fact, creation of human being by God obeys to this Creatoral Law (<Lat. Creatoralis, “peculiar to the Creator; that the Creator made use while creating”, from Creator, “Creator”) that consisted in bringing closer scattered or different elements to shape both an acting, conscious and thinking whole, namely, the prior biophysiological structure shape within which He put a breadth of life, the spirit, whose intersection with the mentioned matter gave rise to a living soul. Once body returns to dust and spirit returns to God (Spirit), as for the soul, does no longer have existence as such within itself. It’s through a language misuse that we talk of salvation of soul instead of salvation of spirit. The spirit of human being, like the spirits of bodiless thinking creatures, is conscious and thinking. Human kind is therefore penscient (<common Lat. pensare, “to weigh, [figurative, to reflect on], to think”, scientis, “who knows”, from scire, “to know”), i.e., a creature who determines himself to act freely in good or in evil, after reflection and in full knowledge of facts. God imprinted in human being faculty of reflecting, of judging, of discerning what is good from what is not before doing anything. Unlike animal, human kind is conscious of his being, of his psychosomatically state to which his socio-economical state adds itself to. Adam, first human creature, was conscious of his being that he was taking care before going and did the same for the animals. Just after being created by God and after his first communication with the Divine Creator, followed automatically being conscious of himself and of taking care of oneself (having a rest, waking up, feeding, taking a bath, if bath was applicable, or dry-cleaning, etc.: “(…) no-one ever hated his own body, but he feeds and cares for it (…)”, Eph. 5:29, N.I.V) before going and did the work he had to look after. Adam loved himself and was conscious he was different from all animals, even from the so-called «cousins of human kind», chimpanzees: “(…) But, for Adam, no suitable helper was found”, Gen. 2:20b, N.I.V
Therefore, after love for his Lord Creator, he hadn’t the choice, he could do nothing else than loving himself first of all in so far as there was not a similar like him to love as oneself. When some claim to love their fellows than or more than themselves, truth is not in them. Not only, the proverb of street clearly says that “the well-tidy charity (love) starts by oneself”, but moreover, the Bible says as such we love ourselves, as such we should love our fellow: “And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbour as yourself’ ” Matt. 22:39, N.I.V
a) law of naffuddivocatorissertorality (<Lat. natura, “of birth”, functio, “function”, from fungere, “to discharge”, Divinus, “Divine”, vocatorius, “that contains a call”, serere, “to attach, to intertwine”, [ assumption of one’s nature and function including the Divine call ].
1) “(…) in the center, around the throne, were four living creatures, and they were covered with eyes, in front and behind. (…) the third had a face like a man (…) Whenever the living creatures give glory, honour and thanks to him who sits on the throne and who lives for ever and ever, the twenty four elders fall down (…), and worship him who lives for ever and ever (…)” Rev. 4:6b-10; and, “(…) worship the Lord your God, and serve him only(…)” Mat. 4:10, N.I.V
2) “You were in Eden, the garden of God (…) your settings and mountings were made of gold; on the day you were created they were prepared.” Ezek. 28:13, N.I.V
a’) law of naffuddivocatoridesertorality (<Lat. natura, “of birth”, functio, “function”, from fungere, “to discharge”, Divinus, “Divine”, vocatorius, “that contains a call”, deserere, “to abandon, to give up”, [ abandon of one’s nature and function including the Divine call ].
1’) “All this I will give you,” he said, “If you will bow down and worship me. Jesus said to him, “Away from me Satan! (…)” Mat. 4:9-10, N.I.V
2’) “And there was war in heaven, Michael and his angels fought against the dragon. (…) the great dragon (…) that ancient serpent, called the Devil or Satan (…)” Rev. 12:7-9, N.I.V
Ключевые слова: to shape both an acting, conscious and thinking whole;living soul, intersection of spirit and matter;salvation of spirit instead of salvation of soul;conscious and thinking creatures, penscient creatures;feeding and caring for one’s own body;self