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This post was edited by speaker1234 at 2015-8-13 12:36|
seneca Post time: 2015-8-13 09:57
I find this very, very confusing and troubling:
You posit that good is absolute and absolutely ...
This is a very common belief, that the world works in duality: If there is white, there must be black. If there is up, there must be down. If there is love, there must be hate. If there is good, there must be evil.
But it is just the human brain trying to put life into neat packages, when it isn't necessarily so. For example, space itself is an illusion, so how can you even say there is "up" and "down."
Also, hate is not the opposite of love, but the opposite of love is indifference. Hate is an emotion that can and should be transformed into love. How? That's what you will learn while you are here.
It seems there is evil, but if you really understood the nature of reality, you will understand that what seems to be "evil" is in reality work towards all that is good. We are here to learn. It's okay to believe in evil, and as long as you believe in it, you will encounter it. But if you don't believe in evil, (and if you really understood what I have been trying to say, then you will see the advantage of such a belief), you won't meet it in your own reality.
All in all, you can't trust human perception, although it is all what most people just rely on. There is also knowledge from the inner world that you may obtain, such as through hypnosis or through dreams. Science has also proven that the chair you are sitting on is not solid, but this is offensive to your human senses, is it not.