831. The Abnormal Lives of Alison Parker, Adam Ward, and Vester Flanagan
In Plato's Sophist Dialogue at 257b, Plato says, 'When we speak of 'that which is not,' it seems we do not mean something contrary to what exists but only something that is different.' So when I concluded that the universe has many finite things, I found that all finite things in the universe came from a not-finite thing. However, I also concluded that the universe has things other than finite things. These other things mean that a higher different thing exists. This higher different thing is not-not-finite or God. When I learned that God exists in Plato's Parmenides Dialogue, God is One and that the universe always has many different things.
The life of humans has become abnormal. For example, in the past, a gun was used in order to kill animals. But today, the use of guns have increased because guns are killing animals and humans.
Before animals and humans existed, God appeared, created souls, and created a universe of soul-body things. When humans appeared, they sensed the universe of things, asked questions about God, and developed knowledge. Today, humans come into very different nations. Eventually, humans die, are reborn by a Man and Woman, and develop a new life in unequal nations. The lives of humans are always abnormal.
On August 26, 2015, reporter Allison Parker and cameraman, Adam Ward, were killed by Vester Lee Flanagan II. Parker and Ward were a Virginia TV crew for WDBJ-TV. But, Flanagan was fired in 2013 by WDBJ-TV. Flanagan also killed himself after the police became active. Flanagan was 41 years old and lived in Roanoke.
Flanagan created an abnormal human life for Parker and Ward. And, when Flanagan was fired in 2013, WDBT-TV created an abnormal life for Flanagan. Thus, unless nations become equal, the life of all humans will always be abnormal.
My books below about God and the Universe are in agreement with the work of Gottfried Leibniz:
1. The First Scientific Proof of God (2006), 271 pages, (click)
2. A New and Modern Holy Bible (2012), 189 pages.
3. God And His Coexistent Relations To The Universe. (2014), 429 page