1 Life can be expressed in various ways. One of them is experiencing the use and interest in what one has acquired, designed, or accomplished, and, while in its use and benefits, *man becomes engulfed and immersed in it.
2 Others take life as a self-imposed punishment to pay for their vice.
3 Others search insatiably for answers in search of truth and become frustrated in the process.
4 Life is *One, seen (in this particular case) in three different ways. However, the expression of life, in essence, is the manifestation of what has been created, and in the attachment is where sin (to err) is found because one wants what is not *his when one seeks more, such as economic or financial progress or power regardless of its source, with the desire to have more.
5 Life should be taken as it comes, but in this confusing and complex world, if there is no balance as it should be, in the order that must be followed, while living in the environment one lives in, then what you seek will not be found because everything should follow a *base.
6 Attractions and aversion are two course of actions that disturb reasoning, and reasoning is not to be the analytical one, which is dominant in the human mind, but the one that lets you know the path to be taken as *you just did.
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Article 1 & 4—Man: The original definition of man is a human being of either sex; a person. Etymology: From Middle English men, from Old English menn (“people”), from Proto-Germanic manniz, nominative plural of Proto-Germanic mann- (“person”). Him, Himself. He: pronoun, anyone (without reference to gender); that person: He who hesitates is lost.
Article 4—Life is One, comprised of multiple lives of our own creation.
Article 5—This is a call to the establishment of the Golden Rule, moral principles, as well as the error of seeking peace while proposing war.
Article 6—This annotation is from me to you as it was from the CFKW to me.