What the fact is going on?

What happened vs Why it happened

Determining what is, and what was, will be found by diligently seeking, asking questions, looking for the answer, and searching for the truth.

Why what is, or why what was, is a task of contemplation.

The answers to why, are indeed subjective and influenced by my personal feelings and my opinions when considering and representing the facts (the what). Unlike the answers to what, which are static and objective.

What does that mean?

Meaning. That is the question. What meaning?  

My meaning comes from within me, not from outside me.

"Who knows a person's depths except their own spirit that lives in them? 
In the same way, no one has known the depths of God except God's Spirit." 
[1 Corinthians 2:11 (CEBA)]
 - implied or explicit significance.
 - important or worthwhile quality; purpose.
 - intend (something) to occur or be the case.
 - have as a consequence or result.

Hebrew Origin: inclination
יֵ֙צֶר֙ (yê·ṣer)
Strong’s Hebrew 3336: 1) form, framing, purpose, framework 1a) form 1a1) pottery 1a2) graven image 1a3) man (as formed from the dust) 1b) purpose, imagination, device (intellectual framework).

Hebrew Origin: of his heart
לִבּ֔וֹ (lib·bōw)
Strong’s Hebrew 3820: 1) inner man, mind, will, heart, understanding 1a) inner part, midst 1a1) midst (of things) 1a2) heart (of man) 1a3) soul, heart (of man) 1a4) mind, knowledge, thinking, reflection, memory 1a5) inclination, resolution, determination (of will) 1a6) conscience 1a7) heart (of moral character) 1a8) as seat of appetites 1a9) as seat of emotions and passions 1a10) as seat of courage.

Hebrew Origin: of the thoughts
מַחְשְׁבֹ֣ת (maḥ·šə·ḇōṯ)
Strong’s Hebrew 4284: 1) thought, device 1a) thought 1b) device, plan, purpose 1c) invention.

Ancient Greek Origin: Phren (Ancient Greekφρήνromanizedphrēnlit.‘mind’; plural phrenes, φρένες) is an Ancient Greek word for the location of thought or contemplation. 


If my thoughts are continuously evil, then those evil thoughts lead to evil actions.


Breathe! Pneuma!

Original Greek: pneuma
πνεῦμα, ατος, τό
Definition: wind, spirit
Usage: wind, breath, spirit.
pneúma – properly, spirit (Spirit), wind, or breath.
When the attributive adjective (“holy”) is used, it always refers to the Holy Spirit.
The Hebrew counterpart, rûach, has the same range of meaning as pneúma, i.e. it likewise can refer to spirit/Spiritwind, or breath.

“Those who live by the corrupt nature have the corrupt nature’s attitude. But those who live by the spiritual nature have the spiritual nature’s attitude. The corrupt nature’s attitude leads to death. But the spiritual nature’s attitude leads to life and peace.” [Romans 8: 5-6]

"I call heaven and earth as witnesses against you today that I have set before you life and death, blessing and cursing. Therefore choose life, so that you and your descendants may live..." [Deuteronomy 30:19]

"Choose this day whom you will serve..." [Joshua 24:15]