Using the mind to understand

This is a story of C who lived a box. Everything was all right with his life, except he was not happy. He was told not to look out of the box, because there was evil outside. Also he was told that if he did, he would not be able to go to the big box in the sky.

In the box, he had always noticed a small spring in the box. He often tried to throw the spring out the box, but it always came back. He started to play with the spring, jumping up and down. He started to notice that the more he played with it, the more the spring got larger. He was able to jump higher. One day as he was playing with the spring, he was able to see out of the box. The world outside did not appear as dark as he was told. Another day as he was jumping, the spring propelled him out of the box. C panicked as he was in unfamiliar territory. He noticed that the spring fortunately had also landed out the box. Retrieving the spring, C quickly jumped back into the box. As time went on, C was able to stay out of the box for longer periods. He found out the life out of the box made him happy. He noticed that the walls in his box became shorter, until they gradually disappeared. He was finally a part of the world.

This is just an allegory, but it has significant meaning. In the world, there are religions that attempt to inculcate their beliefs on us. They tell us to believe the unbelievable; they tell us not to use our minds; they tell us to have faith that is not based on reasoning. In the story, the spring represents the mind. For some, the spring will collect dust and stay in the corner; but for the enlightened, the spring will open a new world of knowledge, and may open one to the blessing of God.

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About heaventruth

A fundamentalist in the translation and interpretation of the Book of Prophecy (Ofudesaki), as it relates to the world today and in the future.
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