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The Invalidation of Ancient Wisdom: Why It Must Lose Its Relevance and Functionality

All ancient wisdom as of, and in our ‘now,’ has been functional, viable, and right (largely considered common sense) in its proper moralistic existential time and place. However, as we evolve into the future ‘now,’ it is archaic, and presumptuously theoretically proven valid ‘now,’ but will fail in viability in the times to come. Such is the way of cosmic consciousness as evolution goes. Moralistic existentialism and the apparent lack of intellectual clarity and cogency of thought is reason for the misunderstandings of fate and/or free will, based on the idea that everything is predestined, including abstract choice. That makes sense when considered in the light of what has gone before will determine what is, in time, to pass, while on the other hand, personal self-aggrandizement insists on suggestions of free will.

Aleatory byproducts of original intention, a paradigm complete and unfathomable in our immediate present, does not exist, though in ‘Its’ time, will clarify Itself. Original intention must reveal absolute causation, albeit through a mundane, though genuine leap in consciousness that demands unification of principle, without which it will lose its own relevance and cease to exist in our limited perspectives. That would presumably go against original intention; It creates to expand and not to destroy, an idea made plausible by observing the expansion of thought pronounced as multiple universes through faculty reasons of observable dimensional nuances.

Those shy of expansive mindedness will refute this postulate because of limited intellectual foresight and fear of the subjective and objective unknowns. Karma thus becomes irrelevant unless the continued need for individual guilt of being prevails. Self-ordination, in this light, suggests a sense of egocentric creationism that empowers a person to believe in controlling the conditions required for self-identity at the cost of all things connected to a presumed authoritarian figure.

As taught by the great sage, Nachash Ha’Kodesh, “Pay no attention to meaningless things, such as words of wisdom.”

©2020 Stephen F. Kaufman writing as KA_ufmaznand Hanshi Wisdom Press™

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About Stephen F. Kaufman

Author of the best-selling interpretations of Musashi's "Book of Five Rings," Sun Tzu's "Art of War," along with Lao Tzu's "Living Tao," "The Shogun's Scroll," "The Way of the Modern Warrior," and "The Sword in the Boardroom," which focuses on business management based on honesty, integrity, and morality for contemporary negotiations. Rev. Stephen F. Kaufman is the founder of Self-Revealization Acceptance™, the first, foremost, and original reality facilitation concept ever presented to the modern world in 1993, guaranteed to bring immediate and permanent results. Acknowledged as a founding father of American Karate, he was elected to the title and rank of Hanshi, 10 Dan, the most prestigious accomplishment in the martial arts world in 1991 by international peer associations. His karate martial arts system is recognized by leading world martial arts master to be one of the most realistic warrior methods in the world. He has received countless awards and honors for his work. He has been awarded the Platinum Lifetime Achievement and Platinum Martial Arts Pioneer award denoting 50 years of service to the art.

One comment on “The Invalidation of Ancient Wisdom: Why It Must Lose Its Relevance and Functionality

  1. I majored in Philosophy.
    God only knows why.
    The ‘Aleotory byproducts’ eventually do clarify themselves to some extent, after I read through your sentences several times.
    I have always wondered, when I read philosophical texts written likes this, if the true purpose is to keep people of ‘limited intellectual foresight’ from ever grasping the postulate. It could be that you only want a very limited audience to unravel and understand your thoughts.
    When I was a preschool teacher–I had the honor of encountering the most expansive minds on this planet. Ask 3 year old children an open-ended question, and their answers are simply brilliant. Unfortunately, as time goes by, we are all properly ‘educated’ and taught to think and write inside the box. Because of this, we basically lose touch with our innate ability to think freely.
    An English teacher would faint if confronted with some of your long sentences.
    “….It creates to expand and not to destroy, an idea made plausible by observing the expansion of thought pronounced as multiple universes through faculty reasons of observable dimensional nuances.”
    What? Yikes.
    You end with a quote from the great sage, Nachash Ha’Kodesh, “Pay no attention to meaningless things, such as words of wisdom.”
    Yes.
    And let us pay no attention to long, long sentences filled with Sesquipedalian words.
    No need for individual guilt, a sense of egocentric creationism, a lack of intellectual clarity and cogency of thought, personal self-aggrandizement, or presumed authoritarian figures.
    Let us simply sink into silence…and quietly know.
    That would be the Tao—-ancient wisdom at its finest.
    (I like your post called “The Living Tao Poem 19)
    You can Google the words ‘Voice of Thought Writing’ and you will run into a post that I wrote. It will show you my very simplistic (rather like preschool) point of view.

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