posted on Nov, 8 2012 @ 04:22 PM
Only read the following if you have seen the video in my previous comment.
Evil does not exist just like darkness and coldness do not exist, that does not mean it can not be present in the absence of their opposites,
allthough I'm not sure if you have to say it differently then. (EDIT: yes, I'm pretty sure now you have to say it differently, since the concepts of
evil, darkness and coldness DO exist, but hey, if you have to believe the video Einstein was still quite young, give him some credit going up against
a NWO-system teacher like that, if that part of the story is also true, I hope the paragraphs below might be benefitial in describing the concept as I
Where there is an absence of warmth/heat, light and goodness there is the presence of coldness, darkness and evil. The more the former is absent, the
more present the latter becomes.
Therefore we can safely say that coldness, darkness and evil do not need to be created/generated to be present (whereas warmth/heat, light and
goodness ARE or need to be created/generated). Therefore NO ONE created/generated evil. Certainly not a God who truly loves us and wants everyone to
understand these concepts in order for everyone to have an assured hope of improvement to human life/conditions. Something that everyone can trust on
so it makes everyone stronger against all the incoming schemes from Satan and those who he misleads/tricks to spread his darkness (conspiracies,
attacks against your psyche by constantly putting misleading worldviews in front of you, that sort of thing). Something you may have noticed happening
all across the world.
It's interesting how close these concepts also relate to the way the bible describes evil as something connected to darkness (and good with light).
That is no coincidence (remember that it was all written long before we figured out how warmth and coldness worked, and even longer before atheists
came up with that argument that God supposedly created evil).
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