My Lord, humbly I am enjoying our reasoning and give thanks for the sharing of knowledge. In my studies I have never come across adam meaning red, ruddy people. Please share your sources if you wish.
I believe we may be going in circles here. You say there is no spirit, just "the body and all supreme mind." In a word, what would you call the all supreme mind? Consciousness perhaps? And would you agree that our bodies are just transport for the "all supreme mind?" When I refer to spirit I am not referring to a ghost but the breath of life. Hebraicly, ruach or spirit is "breath". The ancient Hebrew saw the breath as an essential part of the man, just as much as the mind is. The ruach of man is the journey which he/she takes, both physically and spiritually. Just as the wind cannot be seen but it's presence can be sensed through the movement of trees and the sound of its leaves rustling, so is God or the "all supreme mind" as you put it. He is we and we are He. If we are a part of God then yes you are correct, we are the makers of everything through the Almighty.
By the way, how would one know the origin of anything if they weren't there themselves to witness it? It's what we know and feel in our hearts which confirms our beliefs. My ancestry is humankind in a physical sense but my spirit, "all supreme mind" or breath of life is not of this world, but of the Creator. Those who measure by worldly wisdom and ways will most definitely find I odd, even dangerous to their way of life - a threat. In the Book of Afrika (written by black people) Jesus states "The foxes have holes, and the birds of the heaven have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay his head." The part of us that is one with the Creator will not find the world a comfortable, easy place to live, because our ideals are not its ideals.
Just curious, in your opinion: Who created the laws of the Universe? And who created the mathematics to decipher these laws?
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