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Alexander Golberg Jero: The Theory of Everything

Alexander Golberg Jero Explanation of Two Systems Governing the World.

The future of men kind is in our hands”
— Alexander Golberg Jero
FARMINGTON HILLS, MI, UNITED STATES, April 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- In the earliest teachings, people were taught that in the grand scheme of things humanity was just a small fraction of the world around them. The world doesn’t revolve around us and our beliefs. There is social harmony and balance that is necessary to the outside world, otherwise bad things can and eventually will happen. We, as educated and knowledgeable people, can no longer just point fingers at everyone else about what is going on. Everyone needs to do their part otherwise there will be no social harmony. Otherwise, there will be no balance. When things get out of balance, bad things happen. Ignorance is no excuse for sitting back and allowing it to happen.
When you look outside and see the seasons change seemingly right in front of your eyes? Are you surprised by this? Are you surprised at dawn turning to dusk or how the waters circulate around us? Do you even think about how the planets revolve around us? People cannot seem to agree whether or not these are all part of a much larger system. For a long time, people have believed that they as human beings are more important and intelligent than everything else and how they are separate from this natural system around us. But is this belief true? Are we just a spec on a larger picture or do we control the picture? Are we a part of the system or are we above it? These are some of the questions that we often think about, even if we don’t realize that we are.
While many believe that we are separate from the system, the exact opposite is true. The only difference between us and everything else in nature is really just our thought processes. We can see and feel that 2 + 2 is an equation. We can do mathematics and think critically at a higher level. But the problem is that as the human race began overpopulating the world when compared to the other living organisms on the planet, another system was developed as a way to correct this overpopulation problem. This system is trying to correct this in order to achieve a balance just as we would try to balance things out with a mathematical equation.
We as humans tend to rationalize things. That’s just how we were wired. We begin to think about our Gods and the religions that we follow, whatever they may be. We put our faith in a legacy system that we have always believed in, a system that governs not just our world but the entire world beyond us. But what about this system that was created as a way to correct the overpopulation of the human race, the one meant to balance the world to achieve perfection? This, we reason, is as a result of the Devil. Because if you believe in a God, you also then believe in the Devil. Unfortunately, believing in the Devil can be a very bad thing. People in power want us to believe this and are sensitive about changing their statuses and want to believe that we are above the repercussions of the secondary system trying to achieve balance so that we do not have to correct the problem.
God is a central focus to our lives. God is everywhere. But God has a purpose: to balance the equation as to create a peace as a work in the progress of nature. It is this nature that has raised questions throughout the existence of humans. God didn’t just create earth; he created the entire universe. In terms of the complexities of human nature, this system is able to be initialized from the many segments that govern over the world. This second nature that was meant to correct the balance in the world? One could reason that this is also the work of God. He created a second system to achieve balance if things become uneven.
More questions then arise: If God is infallible and these systems are perfect, why is there a need for tragedy? What I mean is, if the system is perfect why is there a need for tsunamis and war and human suffering? These are merely errors that have occurred as a result of the unbalanced equation, which has infected everything that we touch, feel and see.
Now that you know what the problem is, you will want to know what we can do in order to avoid these horrific tragedies. Quite simply, we need to follow the rules and morals to not just the best of our knowledge but also to learn how we can be better. We are logical and rational beings. When things aren’t working for us, we always use our critical thinking skills to see how we can fix the problem. Why should this be any different? We can always learn how to be better people. We can always try a new approach to how we deal with everyday life. We can make the balance in the world so that we will not have to worry as much about things that are seemingly out of our control. We may be small specs, but when you get a bunch of small specs together you can create something much larger. You can ultimately change everything about the world around us, if only we would work in social harmony to achieve a greater balance in the world.
And very simply, we can be kind. Acting in a moral way does not cost anything. Being kind is how we make an impact. Treating others and the world around us with respect, love, and kindness can create a perfect balance that can cause ripples through the world. Everyone is different and can use their own skills to achieve these things. As a musician, I can create music that inspires a change in the world. For more of my theories please address to my book “Colossus of Celebrity Intelligence”.

Alexander Golberg Jero
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