Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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

The Will of God is not visible and one's nature is not a single
entity--good or bad , rather one's nature contains both good and bad ,
the super-ego and the id. It is in one's hand to follow the good
prompting of his nature or the evil in him. It is your choice , do
good in the interest of longterm benefit or the bad for short-term
gains.As to the Will of God , He has made you a partner in His Will ,
you have to choose, act with reason or follow your impulses like a

On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 10:00 PM, Pat <PatrickDHarrington@hotmail.com> wrote:
> 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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