MOQ does not describe an immutable, indefinable, unlimited source in
existence. It describes evolution an indefinable/definable reality in
levels in existence. The evolution of levels in existence is a proper
metaphysical concern. Faith exploring Existence beyond the known existing
is unrelated to the metaphysical question answered in DQ/SQ metaphysics
which only describes the perceivable existing.
Evolution describes a process for conceptualizing levels in existence.
Evolution seems to be a proper way to examine differences embracing
individuality when discussing indefinable/definable metaphysics DQ/SQ.
Evolution is not infinite by definition, since it is restricted to levels in
What term is indefinable? DQ! In seeking a description for DQ I accept
evolution in existence. I suggest emotions are DQ. They become a bridge
for further knowledge DQ/SQ, indefinable/definable.
It seems strange that evolution flows from the simpler DQ emotions to the
more complex DQ/SQ intellectual. The complex increases doubt in what I
know. To go from emotional DQ to intellectual DQ/SQ, is a backward step in
certainty. It is from the simple I feel to the more complex prove it. From
I know what I feel to I am unsure what I know and I have to have proof. I
have to look for reasons.
I accept that the reality DQ begs a question of Faith in an existence
beyond the perceivable. There is no doubt as well as no certainty that I
will be alive tomorrow. Faith is about the incomprehensible! This is
different from the indefinable DQ in existence.
I am content to look at reality in a perspective DQ/SQ. DQ/SQ
indefinable/definable reality, not non-existent/existent reality which
places reality beyond logic requiring Faith for comprehension! Maybe in an
upper atmosphere of reality SQ becomes less required. Baby steps!
> My advice to you (as it would be to Joe) is to avoid associating "process"
> with Creation, at least until you are describing it from the human
> perspective. Keep in mind that the Source is immutable, which means that,
> metaphysically, creation is unrelated to time or change.