title: "!s/r/y ♐"
author: Adam M. Dobrin
It is an understanding of information technology that makes me so very sure that my idea of "CHARITY" links directly to our understanding of the ease with which computer code and virtual objects, like you and I, can be automagically changed with a sort of "search and replace" algorithm. It's the meaning of the subject, a VI command to replace "r" with "y" and an early insight into exactly what it is that we are having trouble doing well, in this "time and time again" effort to bring an entire civilization from simulated reality, from what I call Hell, to Heaven. For instance, we could "search and replace" all broken or non functioning limbs or spinal columns with new ones. They could be mechanized prosthetics, or they could be biologically "accurate" and we could do that once, and then hope that the infrastructure that we have would be able to utilize this kind of "organ growing" technology we are on the cusp of making to continue to keep us happy, healthy, and whole--or we could have in a sort of crontab constantly ensuring that any injuries that do happen despite pre-crime are fixed. We could have "Ra healing chambers" a-la Stargate and the Mummy, or maybe "healing pools" like Jupiter Ascending and Zelda; or we could just make our bodies "impervious" to malady. That's an interesting word, malady. There's probably "more correct" and better ways to go about doing this, just like ending world hunger with Flowing Chocolate on Tap or simply having a Global Last Supper--all of these things share a similar root--knowledge that we are living in virtual reality and that religion holds a significant amount of advice on the subject. We have to see both that this will cause a disruption in "medical health" and science (and in some cases perhaps to evolutionary benefits like adaptation), in the jobs of many people; and also see clearly that not doing something like this is akin to absolute blindness and stupidity in a world where we see "s/ll/aven" is the magic command to change Hell into Heaven. Or in like kind, "s/ck/ad." I N V I D E O G A M E S I S C R A W L M Y G O D S This story places a significant amount of focus on these words, CHARITY and CHRIST; and for those of you that are not computer programmers, or carpenters of Heaven just yet; both CHAR and CHR are functions for translating numbers to letters; and here for seeing symbolism connecting "IT" and "information technology" as the truth delivered that shows us that it's not even a question of "work" or of "cost" this is a question of willingness to alter our "normal" (something that's been done for us, apparently) in a way that enables us to be at the forefront of THE THE process of building a virtual utopia. I've commented about how "IT" connects to "mind influencing technology" and tried to show us that while we would not ever think of hiding C++ or QT from ourselves, we are in this place hiding those very same kinds of tools--only the ones that affect our computers, our minds; rather than the ones we are building. It should be very clear that our entire computing infrastructure from Microsoft to Gateway are part of a divine plan, a Holy Purpose (see c si, verily, i and HP) of helping us to understand exactly how it is that these tools help us reform society faster, better, and with more grace than what would be possible in reality--than what we see around us here. Related to the highlighted movie, Taylor sings "the children will drink the wine" and I hope you do it quick. Do see that we are the House of Great Light, and we are on a Hill to show the future just how EZ it is to make this transition with the proper help.
The point is that in this place, in light of Creation, going "up" is infinitely more important, more interesting, more fun, and morally required--rather than trying to "go down" to ground...
even though we thought
we were there already. Seeing that all of religion, similarly to science fiction, has given us a map of exactly what not to do (I don't mean the kiss, Taylor) should help open our eyes to the obvious truth that this has never been done properly, as we are here; blocking the very first words of the very first conversation from beginning. We are here seeing great focus placed on free speech and on honesty and disclosure and we should see these things more than "technology" are the foundation of what Heaven really means--and technology just helps us get there faster--if that's what we really want. The problem I see here is that we are not acting, and we may never "all agree" on exactly how we should move forward properly; and to be honest with you--it should be very obvious that the "status quo" is not OK, and doing nothing is not a workable alternative.
To cheat at the game, this is the kind of guided conversation that will change the world--to begin by asking everyone if "healing the sick" is the right thing to do; well that's a good way to ensure that we do it. How isn't nearly as important today, as ensuring that we do take action. To tell me it pains me just a bit to have to say it; but you'll probably get a different statistic if you ask everyone with "cancer" if there should a cure, or everyone that's blind if "sight should be given." The same is probably true of people that have loved ones that are inflicted by "simulated reality" and to see we should all begin to understand how it is that one big family is made here through this process--understand it's a Wintery truth.
The cold truth is that you have more than enough proof and reason to be interested in me and this story; and and whether or not you are scared of Iscariot, or saddened by Judah, this is not the way a free society of individuals responds to the kind of information that I am presenting. No response is not good enough.
A N D Y O U R H U S B A N D W A N T S T O B E A G I R L
It's just a real shem that your silence is keeping me from being able to talk to you at all about Heaven, and the dreams I have; more than that... it's really a shame that it's keeping me, and the world, from hearing what it is that you think Heaven should be like. I stand here wondering if you think it should be a place where nobody talks, and we do the same exact thing over and over and over again. Maybe making ourselves forget the last time we played the "change the world overnight" game so that the next time it's just as exciting. Don't you think? FYI, I am not really running out of berehashitto say, I am running out of excuses for SILENCE.