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912-Western Iowa-Council Bluffs Message Board › A body and its cells and organs

A body and its cells and organs

Scott
user 10283917
Glenwood, IA
Post #: 445
If a government, which is a corporate body, a body politic, a body, a nation, a people, which is made whole by the conglomeration of all its many individual parts, i.e. the corporate members, persons, nationals, citizens, or cells and organs, and it, as a whole body, gets its power from the consent, application and participation of each component parts, again, its members, persons, nationals, citizens, which have created a component of this body that can make the rules, and regulations and statutes that govern the body as a whole, such as the brain. And each component cell or organ as a part of the whole is subject to these corporate rules issued by the brain, and in return, for this consent and subjection to the whole body, each cell or organ gets the protection of the whole body, and also receives the benefits offered to the whole body.

So if this component or organ, the brain, of this body has been given the power to make rules which govern the whole body, and if the brain chooses to make some rules which take from one or more cells or organs in the body and distributes what is taken to other cells or organs in the body for their benefit and use. What happens in the body if some cells or organs of the body start to think that the rules the brain is making for the whole body are really not beneficial for the whole body, but rather are making the body ill?

What options/choices do the cells and organs have that do not like the brain's rules, which will facilitate substantive change? Three options immediate come to my mind. One, the cells and organs try to convince the brain that the brain's rules are unfair and the brain needs to change or abolish its rules. Second, the cells and organs rebel, metastasize into tumorous or cancerous cells that fight the whole body, and in turn the body fights back by sending its immune system to combat the rogue cells and organs, which we all know can kill the whole body. Third, the cells and organs get transplanted into a new body where the brain has not been given the power to make all these rules. Of the three, which do we think is the Way of the Creator?

Father/Doctor, I'm ready for my transplant operation.....
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