A record-setting cold for Thanksgiving isn’t gonna stop yours truly from writing in the comforts of a nicely warm home.
Of course, you’re not reading this until Saturday morning, but we need not further explore that metaphorical car crash.
Balance is on my mind a lot.
I firmly believe in what I call the Rule of Reality — i.e. the scientifically concluded need for balance to secure reality’s demonstrably supreme stability, which means all dominance spent within reality inevitably requires an equal counter-dominance for that balance (basically the scientific version of karma).
However, at least in my life, I have never sensed that balance sadly (details withheld, because it’s Thanksgiving for crying out loud).
Reality will never in effect define balance according to my mentality. In other words, how I define balance in my life (e.g. the inescapable need for justice spanning my entire lifespan so far) is not necessarily how reality defines balance.
Reality spans evil through good (or, scientifically speaking in this purely energetic reality, negative dominant through positive dominant energetic pressures), so we can only conclude that the definition of balance also incorporates those qualities.
The energy of deception obviously exists, so it makes sense to conclude that reality sometimes deceives us into believing balance is unnecessary (key to corruption).
Literally all known systems, from the largest known scale through the smallest one, require balance for stability. The law of physics that states every action is an opposite and equal reaction, in combination with the inherent balancing nature of modulating energy, at least suggests that reality as logically the ultimate system of all systems requires that balance too.
So even though reality may deceive people into believing in free dominance, at least the furthest reach of science thankfully concludes otherwise, so smart people must always spend dominance wisely.
That conclusion forms justice, so justice does always exist, even if I’m not feeling it (perhaps a story for a non-thankful day).
That conclusion needs to be responsibly shared far and wide to help minimize corruption and improve genuine civility for the sake of healthier living for us all.
Happy post-Thanksgiving to you and yours!
May responsible success guide you.
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