What is the most powerful force in the Universe?

asked 21 Feb '10, 22:22

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edited 21 Feb '10, 23:32

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Good Question! Blessings, Jai

(21 Feb '10, 22:34) Jaianniah

Now that I think about it, is'nt the Universe itself the most powerful force? Isn't everything made up of one energy? Does love exist without hate?

(21 Feb '10, 22:43) Brian

True love doesn't have an opposite - that one energy you refer to is love( I don't mean the romantic or egoic need for attachment,type of love) See my answer to the question earlier today "How do you define love?"

(21 Feb '10, 23:04) Michaela
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GOD. because he IS evreything (love, energy,gravity etc.) ;) ahha


answered 22 Feb '10, 03:31

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edited 22 Feb '10, 03:39

Without a doubt - Love!


answered 21 Feb '10, 22:31

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Energy! But I also believe that it is a combination of other things.


answered 21 Feb '10, 23:32

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I vote for three, in this order: God, Love, and Gravity...LOL! Jai


answered 21 Feb '10, 22:33

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Unconditional Love


answered 22 Feb '10, 04:36

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The most powerful force in the universe is a hypernova... Its when a star collapses into a supermassive black hole.

love...lol...love can't rip a hole in the fabric of time and space.


answered 12 Mar '10, 06:48

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Hmmm...well, the energy of love created the fabric of time and space...that seems pretty powerful :)

(12 Mar '10, 07:28) Stingray

I come back to my first question and I've come to the conclusion that we are the most powerful force in the universe.


answered 04 Apr '10, 11:54

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And at the essence of our being, aren't we love?

(04 Apr '10, 12:25) Michaela

We are love, but we also have the choice to accept that love power or not. We are endowed with the free will to be or not to be. We have the power to believe what we want for ourselves.

(04 Apr '10, 15:41) Brian

The reason I say that we are the most powerful force in the universe is because, we are energy, we walk with God, and we are love. We can choose joy if we want, and we are the ones that create our reality with the law of attraction. Not only that, but how empowering is it to think that we are the most powerful force in the universe. Yes!

(04 Apr '10, 16:18) Brian

Ahh. I think Brian might be on to something here... ^_^y I would be inclined to agree with your own answer to your own question. ;)

(26 Dec '11, 05:31) Snow
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The Law of Attraction.

This law is the basis for the whole of creation and all manifestions.


answered 22 Feb '10, 12:49

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god of course the universe is the body of god!


answered 16 May '11, 08:02

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