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Re: Re: Re: Re:A LAW Of Conservation......the MYSTIC LAW

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Posted by GwynJ on November 23, 2000 00:34:47 UTC

you define things well for me, thank you. I wonder why the will would decay, however, when it seems a person is supposed to return when the time is right. If they return (to have opportunity to be different than they were), and provided they recognize they have returned for just that, it would seem they would need to recognize where in the past they used their will incorrectly. It would take the knowledge of that same will, also, would it not, so make necessary changes? Otherwise, how can they recognize, ever, that they had already 'been here'? Was it you who said that if someone had a terrible lot in life the whole time that he would, then, have to take the account to his maker for lacking mercy? how could a person do that if they did not recognize it was 'necessary' and a part of the scheme of things? and if the mystic law is nondiscriminating, 'nothing personal when bad things happen', what hope would there be of ever reaching a 'harmonious' state? it seems this means we have not been any more than trees and rocks and dust, and that the whole idea of living is rather pointless. which is totally opposite, it seems, from the law that life leads to life.

so i have a conflict of thought here. Jesus came before Buddha and said just believe and life is yours, and then rises from the dead to prove it. Then comes Buddha who seems to say, tho i know not of any of his own physical rising from death (it should be obvious i know nothing of Buddhism!!!!), saying, in essence, ignore what he told you, we're just leaves and rocks, we have more bootcamp to look forward, no heaven.

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