Have you also noticed how people generally tend to find it harder to do good things or be good? Is it easier to be bad, and do bad things?
asked 10 Mar '10, 09:16
Albert Einstein once commented that the most fundamental question we can ever ask ourselves is whether or not the universe we live in is friendly or hostile. He hypothesized that your answer to that question would determine your destiny.
Whether it is easier for you to do good things or bad things depends on whether you've made the decision (as Einstein put it) that the universe is a friendly place, or whether it is an unfriendly place.
If you have made the decision that the universe is hostile, you will feel justified in doing bad things, because it balances the fairness factor (Life treats me badly, so I'll take from others what I will).
If, on the other hand, you consider the universe a friendly place that will always meet your needs, doing things that help yourself and others live in harmony becomes as natural as breathing, and doing bad things becomes decidedly uncomfortable.
answered 10 Mar '10, 15:08
You've forgotten to put a link in your question to the definitive list of all the good and bad things in the world. I'll answer your question once you've done that.
...I have a feeling I might be waiting a long time :)
answered 10 Mar '10, 09:51
ok my slippery mind at work again to quote Yoda
Anger, fear, aggression these are bad things. what was said I find true most people find it easeir to stay in those place or just hard to get out of, so easier to stay there. peace
answered 10 Mar '10, 10:19
Once people are attracted to the 'bad' things or thoughts, it is generally easier to stay there as it becomes an habitual way of being or thinking.
To move to the 'good' side, then takes some mental inner work and quite frankly a lot of people don't want to put forth the effort and persistence that is required to change their habitual thoughts and way of being.
However, as Stingray so rightly pointed out 'bad' and 'good' are just words and the perception of each may be different for each individual.
answered 10 Mar '10, 13:08
If you are talking from an observer's point of view, then according to the Law of Attraction, the observer is attracting that good or bad behaviour from that particular person.
Therefore, it is never about the other person, but always about ourselves and what we are attracting from others.
answered 10 Mar '10, 10:03
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