Often, we don’t decide, the Truth — only One — and Karma will decide . . .
Jesus explained Truth (emanicipation), Faith (seeing things which can exist) and Karma (cause and effect).
Word of God and God are synonymous. There’s no God separate from Word of God.
There’s no reason for Hindu in India, for example, to become Christian because of the Hindu evil caste system which prohibits upward social mobility for All and confines the Pariah (casteless/outcaste) to the most dirty, difficult, dangerous, demeaning, himiliating and polluting jobs like removing faeces with the bare hands, and working with leather and the dead.
The Indian Constitution outlawed the Hindu evil caste system in 1947.
In the rule of law, the basis of the Constitution, there’s greater emphasis on the spirit of the law, read with the letter of the law.
The letter of the law, by itself, isn’t law at all.
The Hindu evil caste system is an example of the letter of the law.
In law, there can be no discrimination.
Discrimination is a violation of international law.
Human rights, the basis of international law, is about international customary practices.
International law is based on international customary practices.
Christianity is about the Church remembering Jesus through readings from the Holy Bible, the Word of God.
Word of God is about the One Truth on which all eternal laws are based.
The One Truth, once it emerges, sets us free.
It cannot be hidden.
It has a lifeforce of its own and must come into fruition.
Jesus explained Truth, Faith and Karma.
All the laws of science are Word of God. These have a spiritual nature.
Man is Spirit.
Karma is the 1st eternal law based on eternal Truth.
The more that we fight Karma, the more that it will fight us.
The court of law is only about law, not truth.
The court of law isn’t about ethics, moral values, theology, sin, God or justice.
In the court of law, people swear to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
Often, the court has no way of determining the truth.
So, it cannot be about the truth. It can only be about law.
A case between the parties in dispute on issues in conflict can only be about relevant facts, the issues arising and the law/s applicable.
The court has to find the law and declare it based on the spirit of the law, read with the letter of the law.
Lawyers look for the law and point it out.
Again, the court of law is only about law, not truth.
Word of God . . . i.e. eternal laws . . . are based on the eternal truth. Truth is One.
Often, we don’t decide. The Truth, only One, and Karma will decide. Again, Jesus explained Truth, Faith and Karma.
Karmic forces exhaust themselves sooner or later. Time will exhaust the Karmic forces.
Karma is neutral.
It’s human perceptions that see Karma as good, bad, ugly, evil, beautiful, positive, negative, pessimistic, optimistic, constructive or destructive.
What others do to you is their Karma. How you react is your Karma.
Neutralise Karma through acceptance. The more that we fight Karma, the more that it will fight us.
Consider everything that happens as a blessing in disguise, count the blessings, be thankful and grateful so that we will have even more reasons to be thankful and grateful tomorrow, look for the silver lining in the clouds, opportunities often come disguised as problems.
The answers often lie right under our noses.
Keep the conscience clear.
It’s the guilty conscience that kills.
Those who block the clear energy will be moved out of the way.
Jesus had the healing touch arising from eternal laws based on eternal truth.
Sanatana (science) Dharma (duties) is about the civilisational values of ancient India. They are not eternal laws based on eternal truth.
Civilisational values change from time to time throughout the Ages. Example: the Hindu evil caste system which was outlawed by the Indian Constitution in 1947.
The Hindu evil caste system is about the letter of the law.
Many lawyers belabour in the delusion that the letter of the law, by itself, is the sum total of the rule of law.