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How the Impossible Was Accomplished

Updated: Jun 9, 2023

How the impossible was accomplished at Humanistic Temple of Alkebulan church.
How the impossible was accomplished

Many experts believe that metaphysics, humanism and religion are opposing ideas and it is impossible to fit or complement each other. This is the story of how the impossible was accomplished.

Metaphysics is a branch of philosophy that explores the fundamental nature of reality, including the relationship between mind and matter, the nature of existence, the concept of time and space, and the existence of God or other supernatural entities. It is concerned with questions about the nature of being and the universe as a whole.

Humanism, on the other hand, is a philosophical and ethical stance that emphasizes the value and agency of human beings, individually and collectively, and generally prefers critical thinking and evidence over acceptance of dogma or superstition.

Religion has been a significant part of human civilization for thousands of years, and it continues to play an important role in many societies around the world. While there are certainly arguments against the benefits of religion, there are also many ways in which religion can benefit humanity. Positive aspects of religion can provide a sense of meaning and purpose, offers a moral and ethical framework, fosters community, promotes social justice, and provides comfort in times of hardship.

The Humanistic Temple of Alkebulan church merges these concepts into one for human completeness. It forms a relationship where metaphysics, humanism and religion are complementary. It provides a deeper understanding of the nature of reality, while providing a framework for applying metaphysical ideas to human life and society. At the same time gives the comfort and community that religion provides. This institution gives the following:

  1. Explores the fundamental nature of reality and can provide a framework for understanding the world and our place in it.

  2. Emphasize the value and agency of human beings and can provide a moral and ethical framework for how we should live our lives.

  3. Provide a framework for understanding the world and our place in it. This can help people find meaning and purpose in their lives and can help them feel connected to something larger than themselves.

  4. Provide a set of moral and ethical guidelines for how people should behave. These guidelines can help promote positive values like compassion, forgiveness, and empathy, and can help people make ethical decisions.

  5. Provide a sense of community and belonging for their members. This can be especially important for people who feel isolated or disconnected from others.

  6. Provide a strong focus on social justice and helping others. This can inspire people to work towards making the world a better place and can help promote equality and fairness.

  7. Provide comfort and support for people during difficult times. This can include providing emotional support, offering practical assistance, or simply providing a space for people to gather and share their experiences.

  8. Provide a sense of meaning, purpose, community, and support that is difficult to find elsewhere.

This essentially is how the impossible is accomplished. The time is now to take advantage of life's opportunities.

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