How can God know everything AND be 100% good, and how do we even determine if God is "good"?

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posted on Mar, 8 2014 @ 06:28 PM
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Vedanta is nigh unfathomable in its complexity. But we've all heard people say "I think the ultimate truth is so huge that it is impossible for us to understand" And Vedanta comes close to a full explanation. But all explanation, all theory and philosophy comes to nothing without direct, personal experience, and that is the gift given to us by Siddhartha Gautama, a path by which we might experience Vedanta for ourselves. Ved meaning knowledge, and -anta meaning end of, extremity, or climax. The Buddha shone the light on the path to the climax, the extremity of all knowing...




posted on Mar, 9 2014 @ 01:32 AM
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Since the universe springs from this Brahmajyoti in the same way that plants and trees spring from fertile soil, then yes, the foundation and existence of the universe IS that primordial awareness. And so again, we are not in so much disagreement.
The "fertile soil" is a thing, no matter how wonderful it is, or even if it seems to be aware.





 
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