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I Thought Sin Is Dishonesty

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Posted by Alan on March 8, 2002 00:53:38 UTC

My impression is that sin and dishonesty are synonomous; to sin always involves suppression/evasion/concealment/denial of existant phenomena I think.

Full honesty delivers full freedom; sins are artefacts of dishonesty.

We live in a world where psychologists openly admit finding by experiment that children are not born to lie, they have to be taught. They say that our social system depends on lying- as if some lying is right and our social system is right. They know lying is not natural: yet they do not seem to realise what they are saying.

Well, our lying-based social system is not natural.

The consequences of a society that encourages forms of lying can be seen all around.

Another issue in modern and ancient society: the false god of mis-allocated importance that people get tangled up with: to babies it is not being important that matters, but the importance of BEING. Rest in Existence; and life is much simpler; one can exhault in the delight of being (as young babies do). Sounds O.K.?


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