If we look at the universe, we can see that it is so wonderful: Look at what a wonderful creation it is, but it is also a matter of fact that it is ruined by those who live in it – man [David Pawson: Unlocking the Bible – Part 2: Genesis 1. David Pawson TeachingContinue reading “Why Free Will?”
Category Archives: Judeo-Buddhism
The relation of the Shechina to God
In a previous article, I pointed out that through tikkun olam, the sparks of the divine light are able to return to their source so that the separation of the Shechina with God could be overcome. On the other hand, the Shechina is the divine essence and God Himself is inseparable, so how could aContinue reading “The relation of the Shechina to God”
Major specifics in my Korean writings on my Judeo-Buddhist philosophy
나의 유대불교가 실제로 분명하게하는것은 유대교와 불교의 밀접한 관계를 리해하는 것입니다. 그들의 내용은 동일합니다! 물론 유대교와 불교철학은 종교적전통과 관련이 있습니다. 그러나 전세계는 실제로 종교입니다. 티모 스미즈: 독립적으로 존재하는 것은 없습니다. In: 나의 유대불교철학. 도이췰란드Trier & Vachendorf: Buddha TS Publishing, 2021년. 우리는 전쟁, 기근 및 많은 문제가 있기 때문에 외부 세계가 어려움을 겪는 것을 본다. 변화를 위해Continue reading “Major specifics in my Korean writings on my Judeo-Buddhist philosophy”
Summary of some key points from my advanced thoughts within my Judeo-Buddhist philosophy in a few bullet points
This article is intended for those who read the basic works on my Judeo-Buddhist philosophy, but not my work Deep In the Ocean Is a Hidden Treasure (Manderscheid 2023). I hope that this summary helps to give an overview about the very key points of my latest thoughts. Now what can we say to thoseContinue reading “Summary of some key points from my advanced thoughts within my Judeo-Buddhist philosophy in a few bullet points”
The very basics of my Judeo-Buddhism in a few bullet points
For those who did not follow all my writings and want to get some orientation about my philosophical standpoints without reading tons of my literature. Here is a small overview in a few bullet points: “All that which Judeo-Buddhism actually means is understanding Judaism and Buddhism and their close relatedness in content. Jewish and BuddhistContinue reading “The very basics of my Judeo-Buddhism in a few bullet points”
Remembrance and Observance: How we create our worldviews!
In this world we find both, the thing itself and its relationship and there is not a single thing without a relationship as everything is related to something else and nothing exists independently except God – only God exists for Himself. But everything which exists shares a part with the divine. Now how do weContinue reading “Remembrance and Observance: How we create our worldviews!”
The different layers of my Judeo-Buddhist philosophy
My Judeo-Buddhist philosophy tries to connect the wisdom of Judaism and its monotheist God with the wisdom of Buddhism, teaching the need for enlightenment. Both, Judaism and Buddhism are actually very closely related in content. Jewish and Buddhist philosophy are bound to the respective religions of course, but religion and philosophy always share a closeContinue reading “The different layers of my Judeo-Buddhist philosophy”
Being selfless though we have an expression of the “I”?
[Based on my previous article: Nature and Dogma – The Objective Good and its limited subjective perception (2020)] As pointed out before, evil means that the Good is lacking and the important question is of course, how is it possible that the Good is lacking at any spot, even the smallest, as the Good engarnsContinue reading “Being selfless though we have an expression of the “I”?”
Emuna as a form of experiencing God
“Those who become new creatures in Christ Jesus will bring forth the fruits of the Spirit, ‘love, joy, peace, long-suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance.’ (Galatians 5:22, 23). They will no longer fashion themselves according to the former lusts, but by the faith of the Son of God they will follow in His steps, reflectContinue reading “Emuna as a form of experiencing God”
Can we grasp the objective Good?
[Based on my previous article: Nature and Dogma – The Objective Good and its limited subjective perception (2020)] The ideal world is nature in itself: it contains the whole world through the ideas. Our perceptual world in contrast is just a copy. God’s plan is manifested in this world and through reason, we can graspContinue reading “Can we grasp the objective Good?”