Dr. Vijai S Shankar MD.PhD.
Published on www.acadun.com
31th July 2013
What does precise mean?
In simple terms, precise means an exact and accurate expression. The moment life expressed on earth has to be precise, meaning exact and accurate. If not, what else could the moment be? Flowers in nature are diverse, and each type is similar to each other of its type, but never identical. This means that every moment in the development of a flower is precise. If development were haphazard and not precise, every type of flower that blossoms would not be similar. Classification of flowers is proof that each type is similar to its own type. For example, the expression of a blossomed rose in every detail is exact and accurate, meaning it is precise every moment of its development. Similarly, every type of plant, tree, leaf and fruit is precise in its expression every moment, at every point of its complete or incomplete development. Careful observation reveals that precision is the obvious common factor in nature.
Life has expressed in nature a feature of movement in the development of an insect, bird, fish, reptile and animal. The movement and the place where it happens every moment for each species is similar to each other of its species, but not identical. It is precise, meaning exact and accurate. It is so, as every moment in its development is precise. The movement may either be slow or fast, but is nevertheless precise, meaning exact and accurate. This means that the moment, the movement and the place where it happens, happens where it is meant to happen, as development is precise in every aspect of nature.
Similarly in man, the moment movement happens and the place it happens is precise, meaning exact and accurate. Life further expressed language and meaning of words in humans in their development, adding to shape, form, colour, and movement. The moment language and meaning happen in man is precise, meaning exact and accurate. This means language and the meaning happen when they are meant to happen, as development is precise, in every aspect of nature.
The moment in life is not governed by time, and the moment is the same for nature, matter, vegetation, animal kingdom and human beings. This means that life is a precise, singular movement, meaning exact and accurate, and not subject to cause or effect, choice or decision. The singular life is spread all over the world, and happens spontaneously, uncontrollably and unpredictably in a precise, meaning exact and accurate, manner.
This means that man lives where his feet touch the ground, and the place in which man’s feet touch the ground is precise, meaning exact and accurate, and not subject to time, cause or effect, choice or decision. This means that man is where he is meant to be in any moment of life. Every word spoken, every thought that is thought and every action done by him would likewise be precise, meaning exact and accurate. The precise, singular movement of life appears to man’s mind as multiple, separate events done by man, different, separate thoughts that are thought by man and diverse, separate opinions that every man has. Man believes that the separate and diverse characteristics of man depend on cause and effect, choice and decision. The development of this belief too is precise, meaning exact and accurate. Life has expressed man in a precise manner so that an opportunity to understand that he cannot be the doer, speaker or thinker exists.
So what does precise mean? Precise means exact and accurate. If, in his development, man understands that everything that happens in his life, it is meant to happen, everything that he speaks in his life, it is meant to be spoken, and everything that he knows in his life, it is meant to be known, he will realise that he is not the doer, speaker or thinker. They happen to him in life and he does not make them happen to him.