Chapter 8

God’s Perfection

Perfection means the maximum state, that is to say that in a given reality there cannot be something even more perfect than established perfection. It is because it is the final state. Similarly to this state, there cannot be something more infinite than infinity or something more absolute than absolute state.

Perfection is one of the main attributes of God. In His case, as He is An Absolute Original Being, we speak of absolute perfection. Of course, this also applies to all of His other attributes.

Therefore, the God-Creator is for us a perfect, eternal and complete Being, that is, independent of nothing and no one. It is to be simply an "unconditional" God. What He has done must be the same as He did. The same applies to His Laws and Principles. Once established, they become laws of nature and are not subject to change. They are simply perfect. He does not improve and does not perfect Himself. The same applies to His accomplishments. A work once recognized by Him as perfect, ends His activities in this area.

For example, everything was prepared for a human being, appropriate laws and development processes were shaped. Some, and among them I, call it God’s Providence. The Creator no longer needs to add, correct or change in the laws and principles of His creation, because He created a fully perfect concept of existence for all of creation, including for people. In the Garden of Eden He initiated the path to perfection for humanity, which is our way of life for all of infinity. His Providence is just for this. He cannot set new requirements and conditions for His children, because then He would become an imperfect God.

It is also worth to understand that if a perfect God accepts a state by His presence, it automatically gives it the status of perfection. Hence, he cannot directly engage in something that is just a started and still developing work, that is, one that has not yet reached the state of perfection. His laws are so perfect that they should bring each thing that He begins to a state of perfection. Only then, after this state is achieved, God can take the given thing into His consciousness. From that moment it will have the status of perfection.

In summary, God's goal is constant progress. Developing his work, as the perfect Creator does not return to the already accomplished and completed stage, to improve something in it. If He did, he would be an imperfect God. Therefore, He creates works that do not require correction. In a different reality than the divine definition of perfection is in a sense more difficult, because it depends on the scope of existence and operation of the one which the state of perfection concerns.

The Creator gave man a part of His work destined for further development. In this case, it is a development already carried out by another creator who, based on the inherited work creates a new reality. God's giving His work to man means the end of His role, even if this work is in a rough state. For the Creator it is a complete whole, that is, the state which He planned. Then the new "creator" takes over all responsibility. This means the existence of lower than divine levels of perfection for other beings and phenomena. Man in his development goes through various levels of perfection regarding physical presence in the environment he develops. Regardless of the situation, the law of God’s Providence is constantly present. However, this time a man should lead to perfection accompanying his beings. At the same time, the ultimate goal for him is God's perfection, which should be the result of his physical life on Earth.

In summary, God, after launching his perfect law, successively brings everything to perfection. The only exception to this rule is a man who, on the basis of this law, must come to God's perfection.

See also the additional explanations about the posision of man towards God in chapter 33 - Man towards God.

To complete these statements, I refer to the following chapters:

Chapter 9 - God - Absolute Goodness









 Essenceism -

This is an analytical system that was created to understand the existence of God, the spiritual world and the eternity of man and which shaped the Theory of Eternal Existence - Author

This is the contents of the books about the system essenceism that shaped:

 the Theory of Eternal Existence    and the  Outline of Theory of Eternal Eexistence

1. Essenceism 1 - “God is not from this world”- (scientific understanding of God)

 2. Essenceism 2 - “We are from this world”- (understanding the role of man in relation to God)

 3. Essenceism 3 - “Evil is from this world”- (understanding of evil)

 4. Essenceism 4 - “Vision not from this world”- (understanding of salvation)

 5. Essenceism 5 - “Eternity is not from this world”- (understanding of eternity)

 6. Essenceism 6 - “Unreal gods from this world”- (understanding of religions)

  7. Essenceism 7 - “Love from this and not from this world- (understanding of love)

  8. Essenceism 8 - “Reality from this and not from this world- (understanding of reality)