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Zidism (Chapter: 1)

To be a zidist, you must believe in not believing into nothing even your own ideology but to only analyse it from the percepective of an outsider.

The idea of Zidism is that everything in life can't be proven to be true nor wrong, and even the statement of saying that life is unverifiable is itself unverifiable leaving us with an infinite loop that can't be comprehended by a human brain because of the limitations within it. With this, this leaves us with the question of the truth and if it does exist. Any statement made by someone can't be proven to be neither true or wrong, this can be explained by imagining an Evil Demon just like the one from Rene Descartes Book, that has infinite powers and controls your brain and everything in your life making you believe everything as he wants you to, how will you be able to distinguish which is reality and which is not. This puts us in front of the idea of Zidism, this means not only we can't verify anything about anything but also nothing is verifiable. This doesn't mean that me saying that "Life is unverifiable" is the absolute truth and the only truth that exist, but even my declaration is too unverifiable and loop goes on once again. In order to understand the idea, we must try to perceive it from our understanding and intelligence. Just like the idea of Infinity, our brains can't get it but we try to explain it somehow in the level of our human capabilities. Thus, to know the idea. We must try to find a way to explain it in our sense of logic.

We presented the idea of an Evil Demon taking control over us, and controlling everything in our lives. Well, we can't know if he is doing it or not which means that we are left in total confusion and with absolute nothingness to verify that. So, the way this Evil Demon works is through illusions of the Truth. In order to beat him, we must understand the truth. We can say that the truth is not absolute, but the Evil Demon will strike again with the unverifiable argument of the truth being absolute leaving us in the loop and lost again. Therefore, we will make two types of the Truth. The Regular Truth and the Absolute Truth, we will use the Regular one to explain our daily and regular statement like "Water has molecules of H2O" which is true in the Internal Layer, but not provable in the way of "Absolute Truth", because the the Evil Demon could be deceiving us once again in the Internal Layer. Thus, we can somehow but not completely trap the Evil Demon in the Absolute Truth Section. With all of this, we can explain the idea of Zidism through a question. "Am i real?", i can say yes with absolute certainty if I'm on the Regular Truth Internal Layer, and i can't say yes nor no in the Absolute Truth External Layer because of the Evil Demon who could be deceiving me. This doesn't make the Regular Truth the real reality, but only a lie or a delusion we will make ourselves to explain our experiences as humans whether in the form of thinking or being aware, but it is only an Internal Layer that doesn't really prove anything in the External, and thus we find that the Evil Demon was always there in the External Layer. The concept of a Evil Demon is just an example that tries to explain my idea of Zidism, and even that idea is too unverifiable but can only be verified not externally but only internally with the Regular truth that accepts our human logic and limitations.

"I think therefore i am" -Rene Descartes, Descartes doubted everything and started from the beginning and rejected everything about his knowledge and his senses. He came to a conclusion that he can be deceived by a grandiose power for example God that may alternate his reality. What Descartes means by his quote is the action of thinking determines my existence, but this has flaws because illusion can create thought to make you believe you are fully alive and even if i prove that i am alive thought the process of thinking, i can't prove the existence of anyone else. Even Descartes' statement is somewhat illogical, to claim he is thinking and not being deceived by the demon, and his thought are coming from someone else (Demon). Also, the statement claims that the action of thinking is the way to provide evidence of our existence, but again why does the action of thinking have to be the reason to your existence, what if the Evil demon created you and made an only true reason that verifies your existence but he is the only one who knows it, thus how would Descartes know that the thinking process is the reason for existence without considering such possibility.

Zidism and Meaning

Zidism and Meaning Zidism exploits the fact that nothing can be verified to be true nor wrong. This brings up the question of meaning and if humans have any sort of meaning in their lives and the purpose of their creation, but with this we can never prove if it does have a meaning or not. Thus, we shall once again drive into the "Regular Truth Internal Layer" (A place where where Human Logic can be applied) to figure out a way to sort this problem out. First, what is the definition of meaning? How do people find a meaningful life? To find the answers, we will need to look at both The Personal Meaning (A Meaning of life which a certain individual believes in. ~ [The individual creating his own meaning without the need of a higher power]) and The Grand Meaning (A Meaning of life that a group of people, all believe in. ~ [This can be referred to Religion, Cults, Faith ...]) {The Personal Meaning = The Grand Meaning }

Religion provides a meaning to life of all the individuals who follow it and with this, every follower of certain religion accepts a certain meaning into his life and that is to obey God and worship him. Thus, he is contributing to a grand meaning. So, meaning is already present in these people whether of it being true or wrong. Zidism proves that even with the belief of a certain religion we really can't prove if their books or their god truly exist, but provides a possibility of it being real, following the simple argument ~ What if we are in a Simulation, and the ones running the simulation are our gods and they sent us the Bible or The Quran to test us somehow, and to observe our behavior and Heaven and Hell are true and everything about the religion (you can think of it, as a game). Now with this we really can't disprove that this isn't happening, and this proves that religion might be true after all. The problem with meaning is that even if we take a nihilistic approach towards it, we are still not capable of identifying whether there is a God somewhere and he did make a meaning for us but he just didn't tell us. Zidism not only provides an infinite possibility of everything being true, but also denies the fact of it being verifiable. Next, we have the Personal Meaning. The Personal Meaning is when the individual takes it upon himself to form a meaning to himself and his life, this can be a dream that he wants to fulfill or just a Personal God that he can create from his imagination or some sort of experience that he had. This meaning is too similar to the Grand Meaning because in both cases they create a "something" from their own mind and try to follow it, in both cases it is the action of obedience and submission to the self. Thus, Zidism once again doesn't say that their meaning is wrong nor true but it just doesn't care because there is an infinite possibility that we can't comprehend of something being in the true state of a certain meaning.

Non Existence of God:

God is the creator, supreme being and the most perfect there is. A lot of people argue about the existence of God, and how he may or may not exist. In order to understand this God, we need to know a few things. There is a difference between "The Concept of God" and the actual "God", the concept of god is the most perfect being that the human mind can think of, but the actual God is somewhat impossible to understand nor comprehend. You need to see it from this point of view. Nothingness is something that we can express the concept of, but we can't understand it no matter how hard we try just because of our brain's limitations. The same goes with God, God is perfection, perfection is the action or process of something being faultless and to reach the best it can, thus perfection can't be understood by the brain. Therefore, god can't exist in our human perception but perhaps outside of it he might exist.

1 - God is perfect. 2 - Perfection can't be understood by the human mind only by the concept of it. 3 = Therefore, God can't exist, only the concept of him.

The concept of something doesn't determine the existence of something, as I explained earlier. If we think of Infinity, the concept of infinity is that it doesn't have an end. But the actual Infinity is not compatible with the human brain. There are many things that the mind can't understand: eternity, infinity, truth, nothingness, non existence, different size infinities (0.1 0.01 0.001 ...) etc, It is simply impossible to understand these things. Now, I know there might be some counter arguments that will disprove my own argument, but still all of this, is only theories and speculations made by our mind that are provided by some sort of truth, which again the truth itself is too incomprehensible, thus we are explaining unintelligible things with unintelligible things. At the end of the day, we are humans. We are very limited even though we have a very complex system in our brains. The idea of God is very puzzling, and even if a God appears in front of us at this very moment, we can still dough if it was really him. That is how we operate, we are a bunch of contradiction machines. Every one of us claims that he knows the truth but none of us really know it nor understand it.

There are many arguments on the existence of God, I'd like to offer one of my own. I think that we can't prove the existence of God in our human form or condition but rather we need to experience it outside of our forms. This seems confusing, but it is logical in some sense. If we are limited as human beings to understand Infinity, maybe we need to be transformed into another beings with capabilities of understanding Infinity. Meaning at that point, we will be able to verify the existence of Infinity. The same goes for God. We can't understand it in our human form, but maybe another creature with no limitation can (maybe a god-like being, not "the God" but only an "a god".) understand God.