Tuesday, May 31, 2011

[Mind's Eye] Re: The " I " factor

On May 31, 5:24 pm, RP Singh <123...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Whatever a man does he is bound to do as the Will of God is supreme,
> but a person is not a robot. The " I " is an active agent and it is
> the individual who taking control over his nature does good in this
> world and on letting himself go does the bad. Strength of resolve is
> inherent in every person , some use it a lot, others let their
> impulses rule most of the time. It is in man's hand to keep his nature
> under control , and again in his hand to let it run amok.

I agree with one exception. Actually, it's more of an inclusion. An
individual must discover their nature before taking control of it.
Then the rest follows...good or bad. For example, I fully believe
that Charles Manson DID discover his true nature and STILL inflicted
great injuries against humanity. The same for Hitler. Sometimes,
knowing one's nature does not prevent one from doing evil but leads
them to do it. In other words, if it is God's will that X be done and
X is perceived by most people to be evil, X will still be done, as it
is the will of God.


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