In order to make an omelet, ya gotta crack a few eggs

In order to make an omelet, ya gotta crack a few eggs

     Life is full of little disappointments. Though, some may disagree, aren't they really just temporarily basking in the happy-go-lucky feeling of whatever their present moment might contain? We all eventually die and experience disappointments. Some individuals are just really good at condoning forgetfulness through the art of focused mental distraction through occupation.  As much as we may wish that it is possible for life to be lived in total harmony, from start to finish, it will never be so.
     There are two quite different assumptions we can make about the universe and its possession of both good and bad experiences. The first is that the universe or God, is a single entity and both experiences are part of it. The second, is that the universe or God, is in fact, two separate entities--one entity which is goodness, and another that is evil.
As The Waffle Burns
10th Anniversary Edition
By: Jay Mathis Horne
     In the latter assumption of a bilateral God, we would endeavor, our entire lives, to move far enough away from the evils during our experience in hopes of eradicating the thought and even memory of that side of the universe entirely. By the end, through focus, being left only with the good universe to boot.
     In the former belief, (the belief that all is one) only a single possibility could assume that the one universe or God were actually good in nature. The ingrained requirement being: by the end of one's existence the evil be entirely overcome and its usefulness expired.

These philosophies are excerpt from As The Waffle Burns 10th Anniversary Edition Written By: Jay Mathis Horne and taken from the Waffleosophy section.


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