The Fifteenth P rasad
Adding to your creation of new diseases for yourself was, of course, the constant ill-at-ease state that characterizes you because of your early trauma. So the result of your decisions to separate from Divine Providence and seek to control your fates was the creation of lives of near unmitigated suffering. To us, you were the suffering planetmate.
And for a long time, despite your cruel ways to both the Flora and Fauna Empires of planetmates, there was more pity and compassion toward you than any other feeling.
In fact, some planetmates even chose lives as species where they could help and comfort you — your pets and, so called, domesticated animals, being prime examples of that — solely out of pure, simple compassion for the unfortunate lots you had created for yourselves.
(to be continued)
Category: Religion and Philosophy
This video is a reading of The Fifteenth Prasad, as received from The Planetmates — what I’m calling “Planetmates’ Compassion, Planetmates’ Pity” — with additional explanation, context, and some commentary by SillyMickel Adzema. The issues highlighted in the commentary concern the surprising compassion that the planetmates relate as being their primary response to our species, even as we capture, enslave, use, and kill them. They express that they feel more pity for us, seeing us as living lives of unmitigated suffering, driven by early pain and crazed, feverish brains…insane, actually, compared to them…and therefore warranting understanding and forgiveness and even support and help. This last they say many of their kind have extended to us by choosing lives as pets or “domesticated animals,” even at the cost of those lives at our hands. This surprising, almost saintly, response to our cruel ways toward them is conveyed, but with little elaboration on my part for how can a human such as I presume to understand such high altruism among those that we denigrate and dismiss with terms such as “beast” and “animal.”
Paraphrase/ Summary/ Abstract of “The Fifteenth Prasad” — by SillyMickel Adzema
You not only created new diseases by which you would perhaps unconsciously seek to bring to an end your denied state of unmitigated suffering; these diseases were added to the constant uncomfortable, miserable state, poisoned with your early birth trauma, as it was. So you created lives of fundamental suffering in your attempt to better your fates as set by Divine Providence and within the flows or a divinely-ordained Nature. We saw you as the suffering planetmate and pitied you.
This was in spite of the cruelty that you perpetrated increasingly upon both the Flora and Fauna Empires of Consciousness – your fellow planetmates. Indeed, rather than anger, your planetmates felt more feelings of pity and compassion toward your species than any other feeling.
Your unhappy lots were of your own choosing, it is true; but we understood your crazed brains could not discern easily the way we could. We saw you as sick or emotionally-intellectually deficient, so we did not judge or condemn your actions.
In fact, in our compassion, many sought increased spiritual redemption through devoting their lives to aiding you, at least in the relief of your suffering; even though at the cost of many a planetmate’s life. So some planetmates chose lives as species where they would be close to and able to help you – “pets” you would call them or “domesticated animals” – and this was done solely out of pure, simple compassion for the unfortunate lots you had created for yourselves.
This is an mp3 clip — the audio portion only — of the video above, containing the reading of The 14th Prasad with some commentary and context provided by SillyMickel Adzema: