Saturday, November 29, 2008

rich man/camel quote by Jesus

The quote by Jesus is "It is harder for a rich man to get into the kingdom of heaven than for a camel to get through the eye of a needle."

A man who is extremely rich has dealt with a world of relevant values, weeding out all the irrelevant ones rather than creating an adaptation for keeping irrelevance straight and keeping track of its synergies that result in multiplication of irrelevant values, leading to appearance of negative relevant values, so that further multiplication allows these negative values to become positive values--a negative times a negative yields a positive. The rich man never learns how to do this and consequently is totally lacking in spiritual values. This of course is the textbook case and rarely does it fit reality. Irrelevance is hard to weed out, even though it is harder to reconcile it, and usually everybody gets a little taste of the irrelevance of doing good.