What we're really saying is we understand food and the human organism in such detail, we understand there is such a thing as protein in our bodies that is contained in certain foods. We then say in order to get the protein our bodies need, we must consume the protein already in the same form in food. (This false notion has been discussed elsewhere.)
What we then fail to understand is that if what we say about humans, proteins and food is fundamentally true, then the life within humans, proteins and food must come from the same source of life, the same common origin in order for separate lives to be able to be merged and become one life for better or worse.
Maintaining Course, Switching PerspectivesConsider yourself now as the protein inside the cell of a human organism.
The ribosome is the womb which gives birth to you. You are born, live and die inside a cell. As a protein, you get into trouble conceptually if you define yourself in such a way that understandings of how proteins are supposed to function, do not have a common origin with the same definitions and functions of:
1. the cell that keeps you alive,
2. the other cellular components that keep you and the cell alive
3. and with whatever is outside the cell that keeps you and the cell alive.
It is not necessary to be aware of everything inside and outside the cell. It is only necessary to find the common origin of the things you are aware of and respect that common origin and optimize that understanding in every piece of logic you have. This will naturally lead you to become aware of more.Without an understanding of common origin, the protein would miss most of the point of what is taking place within the cell. The protein would never come to understand self because the protein would consider self, mostly separate from the human organism it is in, due to its disconnection of its relationship with the cellular ecosystem.
As a result, the protein would never reach the seed perspective. The seed representing the various foods the nutrients came from that were used to create the protein.
As a result, the plant that gave birth to the food would be inconceivable to the protein. So also then would be Earth and Universe.
As a result, since these things are conceivable to the human organism but not to the protein, if the protein had free will, the protein would behave in a manner out of rhythm with the larger human organism, thus out of rhythm with self, all because of lack of understanding of common origin thus common purpose/destiny.*
Likewise on the other side, the protein without understanding of common origin, would consider itself as a greater manifestation of creation than amino acids, carbon, hydrogen, oxygen. nitrogen and the cell.
If the protein was in search of truth the protein would find it because nothing exists but: the truth, forms of truth from different perspectives and forms of truth differently disconnected.**If the protein was in search of truth, the protein would follow the repetitive cycles in the cell to their truthful connections and origins.
Human beings began this way and found their way but then lost consideration for their common origin as something more important than differences. This has happened many times over many cycles. Common origin has been found and lost repeatedly. This is in keeping with the need incentive and the Two Truths. We were all created from the same common origin of spirit-soul, energy, force, matter, particles, elements, essence, characteristics and principles. Right now most humans do not understand where they came from or their purposes or their relationship to self and all else and how they are supposed to think, function, act and behave. Most humans are following the wrong information from religion and national identity. It is not possible for religion and national identity to tell you who you are, where you came from and what you are here for. Religion and national identity are dedicated to all exclusive toxic ideologies rather than all-inclusive purifying ideologies.
In the presence and prevalence of these misguided understandings, how likely is it humans can understand food and nutrition to the extent we know where proteins came from, the form we need proteins to be in and how proteins function, when we understand very little of this about ourselves? Based on human understandings about humans, then humans must think there are races of proteins, proteins are more intelligent than amino acids, elements are pests like insects, subatomic particles are germs like microorganisms and cilia are weeds like trees on commercial property. If humans really understood proteins in the manner in which we profess, that humans and proteins are the perfect marriage, then understandings of the functions of proteins within the cell would translate to understandings of how humans are supposed to function within the cell of Earth - more like a perfect marriage.
Since understandings of human relationships outside the body are at the lowest suboptimal level, you can be certain, so also is human understandings of relationships within the body.
Being in possession of information is not the same as optimal understanding of the information.
By default, understandings change behavior.
A sure sign of suboptimally understanding something is not changing behavior for the greater common good of common origin.
Behavior does not change because logic has not changed.
Logic has not changed because something significant is missing or screwed up.
Due to common origins, it is possible to understand how this applies to human organisms, proteins, seeds and all else.
*Just as the cell and proteins are for each other and are also for the larger systems and organisms they are within, so also are humans and Earth for each other and for the larger systems within the body of the Creator called the Universe. **Some of the problems in reaching the truth occur when:
The fundamental level has not been reached.
The partial has been mistaken for the complete.
There is not enough integration of understandings such that inconsistencies remain and are overlooked.
There is a refusal to accept what is discovered.