We did not determine our genetics, our birthplace or what crossed our path to mold us: we inherit the progression of causality. Causality determines the movements of windblown clouds, the looks to the sky during thunder and the disappointments over clouds by the desire for sunshine. We might long to be free from causality; we might desire its revelations; we might hate it; we are lucky if we welcome it; we are it.

 

Utopians do not credit themselves; they credit causality. Utopians believe we are the children and the eyes of causality. Utopians give causality and the children of causality reverence and optimum existence (supreme being).

 

We can enjoy receiving and re-radiating sensations and thoughts, but if we dislike or desire what we receive, our reception can re-radiate disharmony, for example, we might dance because we enjoy the music, scowl because we dislike the lyrics and frown because our desire dances with another. We need a reception reaction void of preference and desire to continually receive and radiate harmony; if we add the way to optimize lives, we inherit the perfect guided spirit.

 

In order to optimize our lives, we must

Ultimately, we are dependent on one another to revere what is happening, embrace its revelations of logic, patterns and probabilities, shun conclusions made from uncertainties, then watchfully do what we wish others would do in our situations.

 


Love asks truth: What do we wish others do? Considering

inconsideration can cause self-righteousness, which can cause condemnations, which can cause sadness, which can cause hate, which can cause retaliation, which can cause distrust, which can cause disunity, which can cause favoritism, which can cause competition, which can cause conflict, which can cause waste, Truthlove wishes we displace

 

When presented with the way to utopia, we do as follows:

if we do not value revelations, we miss or misjudge the way;

if we are selfish, we disregard the way, hate the way or desire another way;

if we revere revelations and do love, we do the way.

 

If we do not know what we wish others would do in a particular situation, we can pretend we are someone else and ask ourselves what would we like that person to do? Wouldn’t we rather that person carefully test, randomize or rest than blindly trespass, stagnate or agonize over a decision?

Realizing that tastes and viewpoints are relative to our causality branch and that everyone is entitled to be loved, Utopians love elsewhere if unwelcome, and if another’s love is unwelcome, we must explain our taste and viewpoint gracefully, lest we either discourage love or become trained to be unwelcoming.

 

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