reply to post by nina.
you have a similar philosophy as I do. I have felt similar, in that there is no absolute evil and absolute good, and most importantly that it is
relative to the mind contemplating the energy at hand.
Some questions from the article that I found interesting and decided to answer according to my reality.
Is there more evil now, or less evil, than there was five years ago, or five centuries?
Measuring the amount of evil, to me, is a waste of time. It is a waste of time because you are focusing on that energy, magnifying it and not doing
anything about it.
Healing is probably one of the most giving things a person could do.
By healing oneself, one heals others.
If you are unfamiliar with the Tao and the true meaning of Yin and Yang than I suggest you do some studying...it will be worth it...
New forms of evil raise new moral questions. Who is to blame for them? Are they natural evils -- that is, acts of God and therefore his
responsibility, or acts of the blind universe and therefore no one's? Or are they moral evils, acts that men and women must answer for?
I believe that we are all to blame, if there is any blame to be casted at all. Blaming others is ,again, to me a significant waste of time. The amount
of energy put into blaming another could have been used for a better cause. Perhaps even solving the problem with a bit of effort.
There are people who act and people who react. Then there are also people who remain neutral doing nothing.
like Einstein said
"The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it."
also check out what einstein had to say to a professor on the subject of evil, darkness, and heat by clicking
That suggests a refinement of an old argument favored by Romantics and 19th century anarchists like Bakunin, who said, "The urge for destruction is
also a creative urge." It is not an argument I would try out on Elie Wiesel or on the mother of a political prisoner disappeared by the Argentine
Im sure that the argument would stir up emotions in many people. It did for me too, but that changes when you begin to realize, that, in this
universe, the only thing that remains constant is change. 3 stages in a cycle of creation, sustainment, and destruction. Then the cycle repeats itself
I have encountered several ''evil'' people throughout my few years here on earth, but all I can show them is love. This wasn't the case until the
last truly ''evil'' person I came across, however.
So in essence, a person that did the most evil act I had ever experienced ( getting shot point blank in the chest by a wild eyed, cranked out, brotha)
also created the most change in my life. While at the time I may have believed that it was negative change, I soon realized that it was positive
change in the long run.
As hard as it seems, I believe that we should never let our circumstances determine our attitudes. We have the power to choose our attitudes.....
check out the Tao