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Human Restraint and Civility

Humans have been in a state of ascension since the first single cell organism emerged on this planet. At first competition was the catalyst for purification and advancement which was soon followed by physical and mental domination of other indigenous lifeforms.

Soon competition internalized and unfortunately found violence as its primary method of evolution. However, another form of purification and advancement emerged which would allow humans to escalate to profound new heights in every aspect of life, restraint.

“Humans became the first creatures to recognize and eventually restrain their instinctual animal desires.”

Restraint lead to monogamy which lead to families which in turn reduced violence and allowed for humans to focus. A new dimension in organic life emerged, civility. Humans became the first creatures to recognize and eventually restrain their instinctual animal desires. We restrained sex, violence, and even began to eat with utensils instead of our hands. While not all humans practiced restraint, most did.

Restraints being recognized as the new mechanism of advancement merged with philosophy and myth to become religion which was an unfortunate turn of events. Religions with proper fundamentals became abused by men wish to be unrestrained.

“Humility became a characteristic of men versus men not God versus men.”

While theism and ascension could be correlated and connected, humans soon became arrogant. Believing themselves to be the ultimate in form and function, they now all desired to live forever, a desire which would lead to the creation of all religious fiction. Humility became a characteristic of men versus men not God versus men a necessary element needed to continue human evolution. To understand ultimate ascension one must understand Elolight.

Elolight is the the question “if there is an entity that is infinite what is it like and how can we best understand it?” More importantly, it is an introspective analysis of what we each think God should be because this is ultimately the goal of the entire human race and all its combined endeavors.

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