Oneiric Personalism – A Dream of Being a Person

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The Absolute dreams IT is a person: [Marcin Dolecki] (readers of this post could insert their own names).

There is a serious problem with the sentence above: nothing could be said about the Absolute (apart from assuming ITS existence), because the existence of the Absolute enables us to say anything at all, therefore the Absolute cannot be thought of as a complicated living organism, capable of dreaming, so “The Absolute dreams IT is a person”, is merely a metaphor.

This metaphor means to me I am more real than the world around me, my body, and even my thoughts and will.

A Beautiful Mosaic Depicting the Trinitarian Concept

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DeusGod, Pater, Fillius, Spiritus Sanctus (or Sanctus Spiritus) – the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit, estis, non estis not.

The concept of one God in three persons is extremely fascinating – regardless of the problem of its truthfullness. In the past many of the greatest European intellectuals tried to explain it.

It is closely related to the one of the most fundamental philosophical questions: what does it mean to be?

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A Thought on the Value of Metaphysics

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Every metaphysical thesis is disputable, all of them could be the subject of discussion with others, i.a., because one can always ask: why? And any further explanation involves more and more words whose meaning are not clear.

Even if someone declares himself/herself a prophet or an enlightened being, so he/she claims that he/she could “perceive” reality in more or less undistorted way (it doesn’t matter whether he/she believes that this ability is his/her very own or given to him/her from an “outside source”), nevertheless, he/she is able to utter or write down only disputable sentences, trying to describe his/her experiences.