"Kenneth, you need to identify that the negative exists but not with yourself. and realize the only negitivity you can controll is your own. 7 days ago i would have said that human beings normal inclination is to be negative. But it is the opposite. all living things strive for positivity rather than negativity, because in the end feeling good is so much better than feeling bad. LOLZ! =D"
I don't need to identify any such thing. I have not denied that negative or positive exists at all nor am I trying to control anyone's negativity, and why would you assume that I am not aware of my own negativity or how to control it? I don't recall asking you for such advice.
What I said was that limiting yourself to "positive" or "negative" is a primitive and two-dimensional way of looking at a complex universe. Do all living things really strive for positivity, or do they more or less strive for survival and happiness? Happiness and positivity are not the same. When a lion kills an antelope, is it "being positive"? Most people would say not. The lion is simply striving to survive and be happy and healthy. I'm glad you used nature as an analogy, so I will too. Is the wind always EITHER full hurricane force OR pleasantly mildly breezy? No; while those states do both exist, they are neither one a constant, and there are an almost infinite amount of varying degrees of wind in between the two. Should we only consider the sun to be at Winter Solstice OR Summer Solstice, ignoring the other 363 days of the year?
However, should we INSIST on using that limited view of life, here are a couple of other analogies that may help further explain my original post to you.
If you only attach the positive cable to your car battery, and leave the negative cable loose, your car will not start or function. You will go nowhere in your car.
In order to walk, you must step right, then left, then right, then left, then right, then left..........only using one leg would take you in circles.
Again, assuming the 2D view; if you deny negativity, and are only positive you are denying half of your self. If you deny positivity and are only negative you are denying half of your self. Either way you are not balanced.
I am atheist, but consider the Judaeo/Christian/Muslim myth of the Garden of Eden. Mankind was happily living in a paradise, getting real face-time with their creator. They were allowed anything in paradise except for the Knowledge of Good and Evil. Why did the wise creator not want Man to know Good and Evil? Remember, this was not the "evil" fruit or the "negative" fruit, this was KNOWING Good and Evil. Why not then? Because dividing and defining everything into "A" or "B" TOOK THEM AWAY FROM ENLIGHTENMENT AND HAPPINESS. It is a similar myth to Pandora's Box.
Well, long enough for now.