The Power of Heredity!
excerpt UNCONSCIOUS: Unlocking the Zone…
““If the total paternal contribution to heredity is contained in a sperm cell, and the maternal in an egg, then this would have to not just involve the total anatomy and physiology of a human being, but also our numerous predispositions and gifts.” —Werner Gitt
Up to this point I have said a lot about the involuntary aspect of The Zone Phenomenon…essentially, most of what we experience is outside of our control. Professor Gitt in the quote above came to a similar conclusion after intensive study of human biology: the cell, mathematical probability, and DNA. He reasoned: we inherit more than just our physical traits, but also our inclinations and gifts.
This would explain the similarities between personalities, interests, and many other intangible traits of peoples all over the world. We are more alike than we are different, and heredity is responsible. The source of the “seed” has a lot to do with the fruit produced. As we have noted: this is more pronounced within close family members.
Heredity And Close Family…”
Note: Now a real world perspective from God Almighty:
“[But] he who commits sin [who practices evildoing] is of the devil [takes his character from the evil one], for the devil has sinned (violated the divine law) from the beginning. The reason the Son of God was made manifest (visible) was to undo (destroy, loosen, and dissolve) the works the devil [has done]. No one born (begotten) of God [deliberately, knowingly, and habitually] practices sin, for God’s nature abides in him [His principle of life, the divine sperm, remains permanently within him]; and he cannot practice sinning because he is born (begotten) of God.–1 John 3:8-9 AMPC
LET THERE BE EVERLASTING LIFE
“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, which according to his abundant mercy hath begotten [birthed] us again unto a lively hope by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, Being born again, not of corruptible seed, but of incorruptible, by the word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever.–1 Peter 1:3, 23 KJV