Why Is God Allowing My Sanity To Be Threatened?

God is allowing your sanity to be threatened (a life hallucination [see Why Is God Somewhat Stingy? for an explanation of life hallucination]) so that you will engage in the paradoxical drama (see our other articles on paradoxical drama; especially, Why Is God Somewhat Stingy?)…so that you will engage in the paradoxical drama of seeking something other than God to maintain your sanity.

About Your Sanity

Your sanity is not dependent on what you think but your destiny is.

Your sanity is not dependent on what you know or believe or trustate. “Trustate” (an archaic word revived for clarity) means “to believe as a result of a message communicated to you by someone you trust.” It differs from “believe” in that, while “believe” requires only an idea, “trustate” requires a mixture of trust (in someone) and an idea.

Now, returning to our main point, once again:

Your sanity is not dependent on what you think but your destiny is.

Power Coalition Renamed
“Sane Majority”

The Power Coalition has joined the Sane Majority and now the new, combined organization is called by the name of the latter – the Sane Majority. The Sane Majority still stands for the policies at Standards. Here are some other things the Sane Majority stands for:

  • Moral Principle: Choose good over evil.
  • Love Principle: Choose love over nonlove.
  • Pain Principle: Choose nonpain over pain.
  • Safety Principle: Choose safety over nonsafety.
  • Biological Use Principle: Choose the biologically indicated function over the biologically unindicated function. (For example, a man is biologically designed for a woman and a woman is biologically designed for a man.)
  • Psychological Use Principle: Choose the psychologically indicated function over the psychologically unindicated function. (For example, a man is psychologically designed for a woman and a woman is psychologically designed for a man.)
  • Perversion Principle: It is possible for a person to swap sane principle for insane principle.
  • Heterosexuality Principle: Heterosexuality is consistent with the Biological Use Principle and the Psychological Use Principle.
  • Homosexuality Principle: Homosexuality is inconsistent with the Biological Use Principle and the Psychological Use Principle.
  • Homosexual Perversion Principle: Homosexuality is proof of the Perversion Principle.
  • Ethicist Principle: Ethicists deal with questions of what is right, what is wrong, what is sane (right and natural), and what is insane (wrong and unnatural), as a science. Note that some clergymen, by their training and experience if not by their title, are ethicists and some of them are pneumiatric ethicists (if an ethicist is not a member of the American Pneumiatric Association, they are not a pneumiatric ethicist).
  • Ethicist Limitation Principle: An ethicist does not necessarily have more ability to judge what is right, wrong, sane, or insane than the average person.
  • Homosexual Spectrum Principle: There are degrees of severity of the mental illness of homosexuality.
  • Humanity Principle: Human life is a combination of visible and invisible aspects. The visible aspect is seen. The invisible aspect is proven by the fact that it cannot be accounted for by what is seen and can only be accounted for by what is not seen.
  • Invisibility Principle: No one can know when the invisible begins because the knowledge of the existence of the invisible always follows the advent of the invisible and there is no way to measure the amount of time that has passed between the advent of the invisible and the knowledge of the existence of the invisible.
  • Life Invisibility Principle: No one can know when the invisible aspect of life begins because the knowledge of the existence of the invisible aspect of life always follows the advent of the invisible aspect of life and there is no way to measure the amount of time that has passed between the advent of the invisible aspect of life and the knowledge of the existence of the invisible aspect of life.
  • Life Principle: No one can know when human life begins since no one can know when the invisible aspect of life begins.
  • Belief Power Principle: Belief, in the absence of the possibility of knowledge and in the presence of the demand for belief by one or more principles of sanity, has the authority of knowledge.
  • Life Belief Principle: The existence of human life is a matter of belief that has the authority of knowledge and is not a matter of knowledge.
  • Nonlife Belief Principle: The nonexistence of human life is a matter of belief that has the authority of knowledge and is not a matter of knowledge.
  • Life Uncertainty Principle: The uncertainty of the existence of life is a matter of belief that has the authority of knowledge and is not a matter of knowledge.
  • Universality Principle: The ability to judge what is sane or insane is possessed by the vast majority of human beings.
  • Ordinary Principle: The ability to judge what is sane or insane does not require special training.
  • Psychiatry Principle: A psychiatrist does not necessarily have more ability to judge what is sane or insane than the average person.
  • Competence Principle: This principle deals with competence, not sanity. Competence is not sanity. Competence is “the ability to tell the difference between right and wrong.” A psychiatrist might have more ability to judge whether a person is competent than the average person. The psychiatrist might be aware of something of which the average person is unaware; for example, a brain tumor but brain tumors and all other medical conditions only relate to competence, not sanity.
  • Psychiatry Limitation Principle: A psychiatrist does not necessarily have more ability to judge whether a person is competent than the average person. This principle was added for the sake of clarity.
  • Neurology Principle: A neurologist, by the fact that by definition they devote more time to the study and practice of neurology than a psychiatrist, may be more qualified to judge whether a person is competent than a psychiatrist.
  • Neurology Limitation Principle: A neurologist does not necessarily have more ability to judge whether a person is competent than the average person.
  • Neurology Psychiatry Limitation Principle: A neurologist does not necessarily have more ability to judge whether a person is competent than a psychiatrist. This principle was added for the sake of clarity.
  • God Principle: Belief in the nonexistence of God is insane because it is based on an insane belief, the insane belief that one has examined every part of the universe and found that there was no God.
  • Money Principle: Money is not evil.
  • Sex Principle: Sex, that is, sexual intercourse, is, inherently (in itself), neither good nor evil but, at the same time, sex, in terms of its marital context, is good or evil.