The fact that the clarity of creation, therefore the planning and the procedures implemented, don’t require any kind of proof is obvious, because it has been operating for thousands – or even billions of years – without any dark or blind spot.
If I have darkness and ignorance, it doesn’t mean that there’s no light or knowledge. It only means that I am living in my own micro world, the unreal world of creative ambiguity and not the real world of creative clarity and crystal clearness.
My own ignorance cannot be cured – like any other serious illness – if I don’t make the decision to visit the therapist and take the proper guidance for my treatment.
However, the primary thing is to know the degree of my own divergence from the healthy image that I should have, because if this is not true and I don’t know the role model that I should match, then no treatment can have a permanent result.
This is the reason why Christ was trying to speak not only about moral daily life, but also to point the way towards the recognition of the role model with which I should compare my situation with.
He did not designate human models, but he designated our creator himself and no one else.
The phrase “become imitators of God” is characteristic of how the first students of Christ understood His teaching concerning the role model that we need to examine, like the good athletes examine all the videos of their competitors in order to know who they need to copy and surpass.
Any other similarity to other standards obviously leads to creative ambiguity, and is obviously far from the goals of understanding the creative clarity and the creator’s crystalline logic.