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OK... now that only the eleven or so readers that are up for it remain reading, I can be blunt, and use some six letter words... lol.
Of course, this is, at least partially tongue in cheek...
OK, I am going to, first talk about a new insight I have on religion, then about Jews, capacities, genetically smarter... and other politically incorrect subjects that are keeping me busy pondering today.
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- Religion may have been, at least some religions, a rule book, a code of conduct, a way to become a human being.
- Are all Jews equally smart, intelligent, high achievers? Are they also high on the "goodness" and morality scale?
- What decides how many capacities you have to work with? The role of fire... hardship... pressure... and the result of lack of fire
- What is the relationship between the number of capacities you have active, and your vibration?
Religion as a guidance counselor
If you have no such agreement, then probably no guidance will matter much: you won't even concern yourself with becoming a good person.
What is a good person? A good person is someone who is completely fulfills on the principles and actuality of its design.
What does it mean?
To know what it means, you need to know what are the principles of the design of a good person.
You can look in religion... or you can look at your DNA.
Every human's DNA has (according to my muscle test) 160 intangible, spiritual capacities encoded. A DNA can be either expressed or suppressed... active or inactive piece of DNA.
Suppressed pieces of DNA are actually physically restricted from expressing themselves. The reason is: they use energy, which the organism, in its wisdom, only want to spend if the piece of DNA serves a useful purpose.
This is why most humans living today have 153-156 unexpressed pieces of DNA, just in the area of spiritual capacities.
There are other areas of the DNA... that I am not going to deal with now, but to give you a taste: some physical capacities are like that... for example running fast... most of us can't... But as a potential it is there, in everyone. It takes a huge amount of effort, or an emergency to "unsupress" the capacity.
I hope that the example of a physical capacity will make it easier to grasp the intangible capacities... Because intangible capacities are intangible, they are invisible, and no one suspects that intangible capacities are not turned on, or that even can be turned on, by effort, or emergency need.
The Jews: are they all smart?
Depending on the attitude of the natives to Jews, they were free to work, trade, etc. or not.
Ashkenazi Jews had it the roughest. They are the Jews who tried to eke out a living in the northern countries of Europe. The persecution was almost constant, and life was urgent. Life was about two things: surviving, and learning how to be a good man by studying the Torah and other Jewish wisdom books. Those books are written in "code", and it requires an immense amount of time, concentration, humility, immersion, focus, sacrifice, and smarts to make sense of it.
I remember one sentence in the Old Testament that our class worked on for six hours, and it still remained a mystery.
One half of the Jews in Europe sharpened their mind on the Torah, the other half with becoming good and sharp at mathematics, money, and business... That was the only occupation open to Jews in most countries... none other.
Painful effort to some end is what is needed to release a suppressed capacity.
I know of no other group of people who had and created as many opportunities for growth as the Jews.
Every generation needed to start from square one, while with the Jews, the new capacities, after many generations, became inheritable.
Segments of the Jewish population, the Spharadic Jews did not have as hard as the Ashkenazi Jews, and that is reflected in the number of intangible capacities they turned on: around total 10: on average 4 more than the non-Jewish population of the world.
Are the Jews also high on the "goodness" and morality scale
To the degree they relate to the Torah as the study of how to be a good person: yes. That is individual.
Like in every ethnic group, there are good people and bad people, moral and immoral.
What decides how many capacities you have to work with?
You start with the number of capacities you inherit from your parents, capacities that are turned on.
If you inherited capacities as curiosity, or passion, you may start adding capacities on your own.
Warren Buffet: born with 8 capacities, has 30 capacities working now.
Charlie Munger: born with 12 capacities, has 40 capacities working now.
Bill Gates: born with seven capacities, has 30 capacities working now.
I could give you many examples.
What is in common with these people is that they were willing to endure pain, a lot, during their lives, because without pain, capacities don't turn on.
What is the relationship between the number of capacities you have active, and your vibration?
Some intangible capacities are more relevant in raising your vibration than others.
But ultimately, there is a strong correlation between the number of capacities you have and your vibration.
Ultimately, your vibration shows how close you have come to become the fully actualized human...
And actualized here means: matching the Original Design, encoded in your DNA as a potential.
As the blueprint.