Management, Vol. 4, Issue 3, Jun  2021, Pages 1-13; DOI: https://doi.org/10.31058/j.mana.2021.43001 https://doi.org/10.31058/j.mana.2021.43001

The Laws and Elements of Existence in Universe and the Process of Creation & Innovation Trend

, Vol. 4, Issue 3, Jun  2021, Pages 1-13.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.31058/j.mana.2021.43001

Mohammad Naghi Shahidi 1*

1 Management & TD, International School of Management (ISM), New York, USA

Received: 27 January 2021; Accepted: 22 February 2021; Published: 19 March 2021

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Abstract

Existence embodies a combination of three elements: matter/particle regardless of its nature (physical/nonphysical like sand, sound, air...), relatability among matters, and Universe of rules and regulations. Since the appearance on the planet, human (H) has created the notion so-called God, to compensate for its weaknesses at the moment of desperation. God is a creation of the human mind as an ultimate power over human capabilities as an instrument of comfort, relaxation, and endorsement in desperate situations of hopelessness, Johnstone (2004, 25). Throughout history, few intelligent persons have found the possibility to use this opportunity to create a phenomenon called religion, and try to consolidate their domination on people by jungle rules (force, spread of fear, ignorance, and exploitation) and keep people away from insight, virtue, information, knowledge, awareness, innovation, and creation to steal their wealth, land, virtue, insight and thinking power; even brain wash them to better build their religious empire by hiding themselves behind so called God, regardless of their classification (Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Shintoism …) and holed people in ignorance to follow religion as sheep and never let them question, as the darkness trend of creation, innovation, and technology progresses.

Keywords

Existence, Substance, Relatability, Algorithm, Creation, Innovation, Knowledge, Ignorance

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