The <REVISED> Gift of Intention
On the Dhalmanite cosmology, known as Autonomism, the origin of the universe came from the first apparition of the Curiosity, when nothing else was there. By asking itself questions, the curiosity made other concepts, laws of the universe, and eventually, things, appear to be the answer. The Curiosity's children had curiosity themselves, and so the exponential creation of new things and concepts, by virtue of generating the answer to the universe's questions. The aggregation of new answers to the Laws of the Universe's questions led, eventually, to life, as an answer to the Law's question of whether something would ever defy them. But "life" was not the answer. Life came with its own Law of the Universe, the Intention, personified on the deity Rheshnaghty. The intention consumed Curiosity for itself and left all of the other Laws of the Universe devoid of creative power. The Temple of Rheshnaghty teaches about the capacity of living beings to lead their lives with purpose, and call it the Gift of Intention. However, the way the Gift of Intention has been viewed by the Autonomists has changed on the last hundred years, and so did the texts, chants and teachings of Rheshnaghty's devotees.
Rheshnaghty, the avalanche-godsocietarians (and all living beings) must take with responsibility and care, and the teachings of the Temple consisted on mastering the analysis of one's own actions, the restraint of potentially destructive behaviours, and solemnity about the capacities of living beings.
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