Unoriginated

Un`o`rig´i`na`ted


a.1.Not originated; existing from all eternity.
2.Not yet caused to be, or to be made; as, possible inventions still unoriginated.
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In fact, even the "atheistic" Buddha of the Pali canon asserted a transcendent Reality that was unborn, unoriginated, uncreated and unformed and in which we eventually could seek shelter if we obeyed a set of guidelines in the eightfold path.
Again, in Berlin: "Here, for thousands of years, the people of this land have journeyed from tribe to principality to nation-state; through Reformation and Enlightenment, renowned as a 'land of poets and thinkers,' among them Immanuel Kant, who taught us that freedom is the 'unoriginated birthright of man....'" Thank you, Wikipedia.
he intended an answer that expressed the identity of the Son in terms of his eternal relation to the unoriginated arche.
But the man is also not simply prior to woman for the even deeper reason that he is not unoriginated. If he "plays God," imaging him,
Therefore it will be much more accurate to denote God from the Son and to call Him Father, than to name Him and call Him Unoriginated from His works only.
God the Creator, with a pulseless hand Of unoriginated power, hath weighed The dust of earth and tears of man in one Measure, and by one weight: So saith His holy book.
For Origen, however, 'Father' and 'Creator' are part of the essence of God, which enables the essence to be replicated, whereas for Asterius the only essential feature is the unoriginated eternity.
So Baba Kuhi and his fellow martyrs had a point; subjectivity can be projected onto something unborn, unoriginated, uncreated, unformed, the essence of order, the great "I am" of the Bible, pure awareness.
Both Word and Spirit relate back to the unoriginated origin within the life of the divinity, and those who live in them both come forth from God and express the constant outflow of this love, now shown in human actions.
As we consider ourselves delimited selves, we go bout our daily lives in the context of a creator, even if we call that Nature; as we achieve moral excellence, we become something able to immerse ourselves in the unborn, unoriginated, uncreated, unformed, and the alone returns to the alone.