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if you do evil you get everything right now but it does not last! if you do good you get everything later but it last! it is easy to destroy but alot longuer to build!

asked 27 Apr '11, 19:36

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white tiger

edited 28 Apr '11, 03:23

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Barry Allen ♦♦

I'm switching this to Community Wiki since it appears to be information rather than a genuine question

(28 Apr '11, 03:23) Barry Allen ♦♦

To define something as either good or evil we must first believe in those concepts. Upon deeper understanding, we see that all things are contained within the One and thus judgement, which is ego action, no longer comes into play.

I do not relate the terms good and evil with the terms creation and destruction, that is your own estimation and is only valid and true from your personal perspective, it's not true per se!

Upon the doing of either so-called good or so-called evil, the Universal reflection one gets will always be tied to one's beliefs, fears, ignorance and confusion :)


answered 28 Apr '11, 03:29

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drop the belief and experiance!

(28 Apr '11, 03:50) white tiger

should the choice be the short cut, believing you have power to circumvent natural law,
another part of nature is placed into motion to return/remedy the un-balance.
label them as you would to accept a norm instead of choosing for yoursef,
at what time may the shortcut become a selfish act
and by whose authority is it judged one might ask.

all of nature operates on/in cycles, all forms of birth followed by death,
neither easier just a part in the cycle


answered 29 Apr '11, 00:49

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evil aNd good or only points of veiw, they are not more than one individuals truth, as are most things.

love n light,



answered 29 Apr '11, 00:55

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TReb Bor yit-NE

Good and evil are notoriously context sensitive; that is, what one culture believes is evil is not necessarily true of another culture.

That said, there is a difference between creation and destruction (order and chaos), and it is quite true that destroying is easier than creating, which is why we label things good and evil: we want to optimize the creation, and minimize the destruction.


answered 27 Apr '11, 19:44

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yes as for believes one need to shed those to see the truth same as concept!

(27 Apr '11, 19:47) white tiger

I'm am in the middle of a TV series called Fringe and one of the characters (Walternate) said ;

"Nature doesn't recognize good and evil, Phillip. Nature only recognizes balance and imbalance."

I knew this quote would fit well somewhere here.


answered 05 Apr '13, 07:09

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I love it! It would have fit on the 'crazy' thread also.

(05 Apr '13, 21:25) ele
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