Re: "A moment in time"
Posted By: discipleofmaat In Response To: "A moment in time" (karibkween)
Date: Saturday, 24 January 2009, at 4:12 p.m.
In Response To: "A moment in time" (karibkween)
*******does "eventually" bend towards justice (balance/Maat) but within the Great Circle (Cycle) all Arcs(arches) have their moment (time/space) of ascendence. *******
So again, we have no disagreement.
Seeing how these snaphots that we call hierarchal extermities "too shall pass" and Time is of Nature, why would we fixate on but a momentary expression and declare it supreme or inferior?
Why would we not align our minds with the Universe and overstand the ebbs and flows which EVEN OUT and eventually translate to the fact that hierarchy does not exist?
Hierarchy is an implementation but not a truth. Hierarchy is a notion, a belief. That is why human civilizations have always been proportionately poisoned by the amount of hierarchal dictates it professes.
Hierarchies yield Empires yield oppression yields defiance/resistance/dissonance.
Ma'at yields balance/peace/order/justice
Simply Ma'athematics to me.
Be it the current age, be it my experience or not, there has NEVER been any thing, essence or component that has ruled everything else...NEVER EVER.
From almost a year ago, I am still waiting for one example...
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