What could be more natural than a naked walk through the park on a warm sunny day? Does wearing clothes for something like this make sense? #BeYou #benatural #justsaynotoclothes #freeyourbody #benakedandfree #noclothes #nudeisnormal #livelifenaked #gonude #legalizepublicnudity https://t.co/QZPZgUWDLP
Open nudity is a thing humanity was promised at one point in it’s history IF we behaved a certain way, IF we believed a certain thing, and IF we as a creation were [initially] capable of meeting the expectations of our creator; according to one philosophy. Well, is this a bit like expecting a newborn baby to walk, talk and feed itself shortly after birth? That is a huge question in my mind, the one that only imperfection, not temptation, is what allowed humanity to choose wrong, to disobey or follow a less desirable path out of the Garden we initially started out it. And if this is the case, are we to blame for the imperfection of our creation? Has not humanity paid a “price” for being led astray for long enough? ~ Obviously this is a philosophical question, an exercise in thought, or the seed of discussion meant to inspire further dialog, because I am only a man of modest education, not a scholar of religion with years of extensive training.
The purpose of PhD persons is to expand or extend knowledge beyond what is already known, confirmed, verified and fully adopted, and yet we ( [humanity] ) seem not to be extending this area of knowledge, not pursuing the whys and wherefores of ONE TYPE of persistent existence. We accept one version of an established philosophy as the limiting way, or limited way, we are permitted to exist, except for the small percentage of people choosing to “explore” social nudity!
Ask ourselves: What form of peace might society be capable of achieving IF we treated each other with the respect and appreciation G-d originally intended? Are we ready to approach life this way? Are we mature enough now? Do we treat our babies with the care and respect of a creator and give them every advantage possible?
If we did, I suggest none would be starving in distant lands, none would drown while their families fled violence, and NONE would be randomly killed in “justifiable” bombings, so maybe we do NOT deserve freedom yet! Maybe we are not as evolved as we think, because such sadness exists and is accepted in the world. Maybe we are not ready to return to the Garden, a garden, any garden… ??