The Other Cloud

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While you were sleeping last night, every search you attempted, every comment you tweeted, every photo you took and even every song or movie you downloaded was all put on the cloud, stored there forever.

As time passes, your ‘account,’ continually records, sorts, indexes and files away everything that makes up you.

It’s a miraculous thing that everything we do and who we are is stored away, ready to access whenever we want to relive or replay the moment. Our personality-profiles are aggregated, and eventually, the cloud stores all. Now multiply this by six or seven billion people, and you can faintly conceptualize how we are all sharing space on this magnificent storehouse that we now commonly refer to as The Cloud.

Except that the cloud I am talking about isn’t owned by Google, Facebook, Microsoft or Apple. This cloud is of a super-material realm, and how our personal information gets to this cloud is itself miraculous.

Our minds capture and build upon our life experiences; our thoughts are recorded, our actions are remembered, and the whole that is our life is eternally stored away.

This is what constitutes the makeup of our soul, the US that is but the continual layering of those things which have meaning to us shapes our future selves, our future existence, our emerging identity.

So the next time you think of The Cloud, stop to consider that someone is already accessing our life experience and storing it away for future reference. Only this cloud is managed by the Universal Personality, the caretaker of the Original Cloud, who lives our lives with us, every moment and every day, ‘uploading’ our growing personalities for our future estate.

(Page 1240.1):

“True it is, you mortals are of earthly, animal origin; your frame is indeed dust. But if you actually will, if you really desire, surely the heritage of the ages is yours, and you shall someday serve throughout the universes in your true characters — children of the Supreme God of experience and divine sons of the Paradise Father of all personalities.” 

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