Be a Supporter!

Credits & Info

Uploaded
Jan 3, 2012 | 4:01 PM EST
  • Daily 3rd Place January 4, 2012

Related Stuff

If you liked this, check these out!


Author Comments

This weeks parable expands on what we have discussed in the previous parables. The problems in your life change when your perception of them changes, and this parable is about perceiving your problems as a whole, and shifting your understanding about your place in life. Shifting to what? you may ask... to whatever you want, but preferably, much more awesome!

Made with Love by~
Jordan Duchnycz and Vanessa Cuccia
Audio Recording by VISION
Logo by Lee VanPelt
Intro Music by Seb Skelly
Credits Music by Vanessa Cuccia
-It's got to do with you-
Background music by Seth Mikhail

Special thanks to Andrew Golden, for without him this could not have been made!

Thank you so much for everyone who provided their time, energy, and Love into helping create this project!

www.thespiritscience.net
twitter- @spiritsciences
www.facebook.com/thespiri tscience

Reviews


ElecteesElectees

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 4, 2012

Okey...but it's rly true thats good/bad stuff are concept which one create your brain/soul/spirit, and by your thought you create your own sight of the wold.
But because human can't know every thing about thing what happened(why,thought of other ppl ...) he can't truly know - that's will create good stuff or bad.



kingdeamon13kingdeamon13

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 26, 2012

After seeing this, I'm not exactly sure how I should be rating....



NivlakSomatNivlakSomat

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 14, 2012

ive had an idea of this way of thinking but have had trouble explaining it to other people. this parable will be very helpful, thanks



TankdownTankdown

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 17, 2012

Huh, I remember this story. Anyway....

This story strikes me as a tad oversimplified. Claiming that the total sum of all good and bad events are indeterminable. From the uncertain future, anything is possible. So any future event may make use of past misfortunes. The underlining problem in this parable is time, and all good and bad are "ends" rather than "means." I won't argue if all good or bad things aren't means, rather not all are ends.

If time was indefinite, as infinite into the future and past, all final ends are void. But what action should anyone take? If nothing is good, or bad, all action is bias. Example, the farmer helped his son, when he could have choose not too. The son could have died, and there will be one less mouth to feed. Instead the farmer help his son's suffering. Promoting happiness over pain. The farmer "had" to choose an action in life. While this view is subjective, there is always one outcome that is usually the better, or best. The son help's the fathers uncertain future, and had a obligation to family. Evil doers actions tend to destroy more than create, or promote happiness. Villains may think there actions are good, but that just makes them more wrong.

Overall the parable is good. It gives a big question argument to them religious/moral/knowledge big universal concepts. I had to sit back and think over this review for about twenty minutes before coming to a conclusion.


People find this review helpful!

ZeroStar75ZeroStar75

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars January 10, 2012

Karma

Religion has a much different perspective on things whether they ARE "good or bad". Buddhists believe in the law of Karma and this story only tells morales from your own perspective not everyone elses. Be mindful that there are other people who take precautions to these events