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Logical Good and Evil

Logical Good and Evil

By: David Chang

GlowingGuy.com

Copyright 2017 David Chang

 

Table of Contents

1) Emotional versus Logical Goodness

2) Harmony

3) Habits, Behavior, and Personality

4) Structure of the Soul

5) Time As Meaning of Life

6) Animal versus Human Behavior

7) Romi

8) Conclusion

 

1) Emotional versus Logical Goodness

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p<>{color:#000;}. People might have a general sense of what is good and what is evil … but, what is the difference between emotional goodness and logical goodness?

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p<>{color:#000;}. We often encounter people who do not seem to possess any empathy or compassion; they are likely the kind of people who would pull pranks and laugh at people’s misfortunes and embarrassment for their amusement … contrasted to people who see others hurting and feel enough empathy to want to help.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Those who lack empathy and take pleasure from other people’s pain are likely not good people in any definition of goodness … and, this does not necessarily mean they are evil either because evilness requires the doing of evil deeds to qualify as evil … meaning, evilness is not defined by the absence of goodness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, those who feel empathy and want to help stop people from hurting are at least emotionally good.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, because of empathy, you would vicariously feel pain when you see people hurting … and, that vicarious pain is an emotional feeling that you want to end, such as to the point you are moved into action … and, stopping people’s pain is generically viewed as goodness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, emotional goodness is not the same as logical goodness … nor, are they mutually exclusive; meaning, some deeds can be both emotionally and logically good.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For a deed to be logically good, it has to be logically good from all reasonable angles.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As an example to illustrate the difference between logical and emotional goodness, let’s consider the act of giving cash to the homeless … is this a good deed?

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p<>{color:#000;}. You might have heard the homeless might use spare change to purchase drugs … this might not be true in all cases, but should be true for a percentage.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, if you feel emotionally bad upon seeing someone homeless and hand out cash in response to your empathy and emotions, this gesture of generosity might end up stoking a drug addiction despite of your good intention, which can end up being logically bad as result … and, note “logically bad” is not the same as “evilness” because there was no intention to cause malice.

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p<>{color:#000;}. People who give cash to the homeless might imagine the cash would be used for something useful like food … and, as an alternative, some people would give food to the homeless instead of giving cash, which demonstrates some degree of thinking to reach a logical solution to avoid accidentally supporting any bad habits.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, you would likely give food to the homeless or give them cash to buy food because you are assuming they are incapable of acquiring any food without money … but, in actuality, it is more reasonable to assume the homeless will be driven by needs like hunger to go seek food on their own, such as among trash or other places where food might be discarded.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, you don’t actually see many homeless people asking for food, which suggests their hunger is under control, such as by eating from the trash.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As result, any money given to them will likely be used for something other than food, such as for their amusement and recreation including possibly purchasing cigarettes, alcohol, and other drugs because they are homeless and likely feel sad and miserable, hence would seek drugs to help them feel better about life, such as to make homelessness more tolerable.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If so, then individuals might feel a disincentive to end their state of homelessness, such as because drugs can make homelessness feel not so bad … like adaptation where individuals get used to homelessness especially if they can find occasional pleasure and recreation … perhaps even view homelessness from the perspective of advantageous trade-off such as by considering how little work needs to be done in order for them to survive in life, contrasted to the people who work hard week after week to stay in houses, for example.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, in essence, when you give cash to the homeless, you might actually be prolonging their homelessness, meaning you might be unintentionally “paying” them to remain homeless as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Furthermore, let us also consider the average homeless person will not have access to facilities to bathe/shower, launder clothing, see doctors for physical exams, or perform other actions relating to hygiene and health.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If someone homeless eats from the trash and gets occasional cash to buy drugs so homelessness doesn’t feel so bad, then this person will likely feel a disincentive to try to fix their state of homelessness, therefore prolonging their homelessness, such as while mindlessly increasing their risk to health across time.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, in actuality, when you give cash to the homeless, instead of helping their well-being, you might actually be doing the opposite and contributing to their future misfortune and torture!

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p<>{color:#000;}. If you have given cash to the homeless and feel bad at this point in your reading, please consider how, at least, you are emotionally good to care about other people … contrasted to the many people in the world who seem to lack empathy and goodness, including examples like those who would attack the homeless for fun!

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, I am not suggesting we should ignore the homeless either.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Instead, logical goodness requires contemplation and thought to seek alternatives to find something that makes logical sense from all reasonable angles.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Concerning the homeless, the best logical solution relative to the present world seems to be to contribute to homeless charities … reputable ones where majority of the contributions are used to help the homeless (contrasted to paying for administrative costs and salaries) … ideally, charities that offer services like job placement, drug addiction therapy, laundry service, health services, showers, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, to help the homeless, the aim should be to end homelessness rather than to alleviate it with hand-outs because the latter can prolong misery and suffering.

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p<>{color:#000;}. There is an expression, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime” … and, giving money or food to the homeless is like giving a man a fish so he can eat for a day … and, contributing to a homeless charity can be the equivalent of teaching a man to fish so he can feed himself for a lifetime.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This concept is applicable to other things you might do for your loved ones because it feels emotionally good to do so, if not serve as a way to show your love, which can form dependencies so your loved ones never learn how to perform those functions on their own … including examples like cooking for your children might lead them to never learning how to cook on their own.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In the modern material world (such as because of capitalism), people might define fulfilling the needs of the body as goodness such as via giving/receiving materials (like Christmas, for example) … such as while neglecting the needs of the mind.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Whereas, if you teach and mentor people on how to take care of themselves, how to be good in a logical way, etc., then real changes can spread in the world since decisions come from people’s minds; therefore, changing people’s minds can change their future decisions and actions as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Returning to the example of helping the homeless by handing out cash, you will need to hand out lots and lots of money to make an impact, such as while making the homeless artificially rich in the process.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In contrast, if you explain to your friends the logical ways a homeless charity can help the homeless, then your friends might tell their friends because these explanations make logical sense … then, more and more people would consider homeless charities as a logical solution to helping the homeless and fund the charities as result … and, with enough funding, these charities can provide the facilities and assistance necessary to help individuals find their way out of homelessness by teaching them how to take care of themselves.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Logically, the best way for the homeless to escape homelessness (under normal circumstances, without winning the lottery, etc.) is if they are willing to escape it by their own power … contrasted to giving them spare change, which doesn’t seem to intend to help them escape homelessness and seems to serve more like sympathy and pity, such as while hoping to alleviate them of some suffering.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Potentially, a logical idea like helping the homeless through charities might spread, and the small amounts of money and effort gathered together from a big group united by an idea might lead to good changes to the world … and, this is how good deeds can be done since the world is changed for the better as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Otherwise, if you give cash or food to a homeless person one day and then see this person the following day, will you give this person more cash or food?  If so, what about the following day?  Or, the day beyond that? … as if you are turning this person into your human pet! … but, unlike a pet, will you bathe this person and take this person to see the doctor?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, there is no logical exit for the homeless by giving them cash or food.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, prior to performing an action, there are factors to be considered like, “What do you hope to accomplish?” or “How do you envision this will help?”

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, if you want to help the homeless, then you ought to think in terms of an exit-strategy to actually end someone’s homelessness … or, end up possibly torturing them due to their inability to take care of their health and hygiene while being homeless, especially if you unintentionally incentivize them to stay homeless such as by providing them with cash to buy drugs.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, this concept is applicable to parenting children or helping your friends, etc., where by doing things for people, they won’t learn how to do these things for themselves and might become dependent on you as result … contrasted to empowering people through teaching and mentoring them.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, this summarizes the difference between emotional goodness versus logical goodness where emotional goodness is something you do that feels good while logical goodness is good from all reasonable angles.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As a reminder, emotional goodness and logical goodness are not mutually exclusive … if possible, you want to do deeds that are both logically good and emotionally good.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ideally, while doing any deed (or any action), you want your deed to serve a purpose and produce a meaningful result in the universe.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, it seems there are smart ways to doing good deeds that require wisdom and intelligence, consistent with the expression, “knowledge is power”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, after all, isn’t that the purpose of life for us to gain experience and grow wiser as result?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Perhaps we can explore this assumption in detail … for what purpose should we live and grow wiser for?  Does pursuing logical goodness serve a greater purpose?

2) Harmony

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p<>{color:#000;}. In the e-book called “The Logical Meaning of Life”, I have explained how reincarnation exists so people would live life after life to learn, grow, and fine-tune their behavior until they qualify as angels … and, “qualification” is for your own good so your flaws won’t drag out problems among immortal angels that can last forever and ever against eternal time, therefore turning immortality into hell for angels rather than heaven.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The need for goodness in the universe can be derived from two basic realizations:

- Souls exist and need to exist.

- You need other souls to be happy.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, being alone for eternity as an immortal angel will eventually drive you mad because of eternal loneliness … so, therefore, you need other people to be happy.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Since we need other people to be happy and need to therefore share this universe with other people, then it would behoove us all to try our best to get along and cooperate with each other to make our lives as pleasant as possible.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The state of cooperating together in order to share this universe is the state of harmony.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, goodness is considered good because of the happiness and pleasantness that is achieved through harmony.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In order to achieve harmony, there has to be fairness and equality so individual selfishness does not dominate over other people.

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p<>{color:#000;}. People’s acts of selfishness can cause problems that can ripple through society like rocks thrown into water … which then causes disharmony.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, we can conclude angels can only live in a heavenly state forever and ever if they can coexist in fair and equal harmony, therefore be able to preserve peace and happiness in order to keep heaven heavenly … such as because the design of reincarnation has refined their personalities to achieve this state of goodness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, if we use immortal angels as models, we can extrapolate examples of good and evil behavior by considering what immortals have to do to get along with each other to maintain eternal harmony.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, the forcing of selfish desires onto people seems to be the cause of evil deeds, especially deeds like murder, assault, and robbery where a person inflicts pain, suffering, and death onto other people to satisfy selfish needs and desires … and, these are obvious examples of evil deeds among human beings.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Besides the victims, the family and friends of victims might suffer as well … and, in general, societies have to find ways to respond to people’s evil deeds including dedicating resources to maintain jails, police, court systems, etc., therefore diverting resources that could’ve been spent on improving our lives … therefore, causing ripples to spread through our lives due to individual acts of selfishness that make our lives less and less pleasant to live.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In other words, people can suffer when people force their selfish desires onto others, hence why evil is evil when someone’s selfishness disrupts fairness, equality, and harmony.  And, unpleasantness is generated while trying to contain and limit people’s evilness since no one really enjoys dealing with evil … making this universe uglier and uglier as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Besides intentional harm and evil, sometimes accidents can occur.

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p<>{color:#000;}. When accidents occur, how do you deal with them?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Are you the type of person who would apologize?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Is your apology because of your empathy? … because you vicariously feel the harm you’ve accidentally caused onto other people so therefore motivating you to do what you can to fix the situation?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Or, do you say your apology as if the apology is sufficient to redeem the situation? … such as while expecting people to forgive you and make no further demands of you?  As if your apology means to tell people to leave you alone?  Such as while ignoring any damage caused by your fault?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Or, do you apologize because you feel sorry for getting yourself caught in a situation of fault, weakness, embarrassment, and/or trouble to yourself?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, when you apologize, what do you feel sorry about?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Do you try to learn from your mistakes in self-improvement, such as so you can avoid repeating the mistakes again? … or, would you much rather forget them as soon as possible, as if to pretend they never happened?

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p<>{color:#000;}. From the point of view of other people, if damage is done during an accident, then what’s important is for you to right the wrong and fix the situation the best you can, so then people can forgive you and continue on with their lives.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Some people might apologize to show their non-intention, therefore hoping they don’t have to pay for the damage because they didn’t mean to cause the damage.  Your intention dictates how people should respond to your actions, such as should they interpret your action as hostility or accidental? It should be your responsibility to fix the damage if you caused it, regardless of intention, because this would be fair; meaning, your apology should signal your non-intention and should not be used to avoid responsibility.  And, because of your sense of empathy, fairness, and goodness, you should view something you damaged as your responsibility to fix.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, after causing an accident, a person’s ego and selfishness can cause other problems, such as when a person’s ego is hurt by embarrassment so that the person gets angry as result, or if a person runs away to avoid responsibility, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Among immortal angels, running away doesn’t seem to be an option lest you want to go into eternal isolation (and go insane from the isolation as a matter of time).  As such, learning how to deal with accidents seems to be a critical skill among angels, especially since causing accidents is a matter of mathematical probability against eternal time.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, for the sake of goodness and harmony, people ought to learn how to deal with accidents … such as while accepting accidents as a fact of life.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, when an accident occurs, a good response is to make your non-intention clear, such as by apologizing, and then doing what you can to right the wrong to fix the situation so that people can forgive you and move on with their lives.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, should you run away or get angry due to your ego, then this can make an unintentional accident into an intentional problem (and evil) … like modern examples like “hit and run” where people would cause a car collision (which might have been an accident) and flee the scene (which then is typically considered to be a crime).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Note how societies define laws to try to define the details of good and evil … but, not necessarily completely or correctly, therefore requiring the actions of individuals to try to refine and hone laws as best as possible.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Across time, laws have been defined to explain how accidents and fault should be dealt with to redeem damages … and, cases are escalated as lawsuits into courts because some people have trouble accepting responsibility and redeeming themselves … which then seems to create a new category of people who ignore responsibility altogether until they are caught, run out of legal options, and are forced to redeem themselves due to court action; acting as if they’re not wrong (or evil) unless proven wrong in court.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Chances are, human endeavors (and the endeavors of angels as well) probably cannot be perfect from the start and will require refinement across time, such as via discoveries after implementation … which implies people should be willing to change.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, people should be willing to re-evaluate and refine established concepts, include concepts that are ingrained in our daily lives … like, for example, how our modern culture is driven by competition through work and economy (through self-interest via capitalism), through competitive play like sports and videogames and other activities often described as “fun”, etc. … therefore regularly promoting a spirit of competition and conflict contrasted to promoting a spirit of human cooperation.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As an example of re-evaluating established concepts, let’s examine capitalism because it is driven by self-interest, which is euphemism for driven by selfishness … and, selfishness should produce adverse consequences especially since capitalism is practiced by most of the countries in the modern world.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Because of capitalism, people have to keep working and keep selling materials, services, and goods in order to generate cash in order to survive … and, should a limited number of machines and factories be able to produce all of the essentials for everybody in the world, then capitalism still requires people to continue to work and sell goods in order to generate cash in order to survive.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As result, there is plenty of commercial advertisement to push and sell items people don’t need, such as while raping the planet of materials and while filling the planet with trash in order for people to make money in order to survive.

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p<>{color:#000;}. There are other side-effects to the glut of selling like how restaurants need to sell more food to make more money and so therefore offer ways for people to add more food to their meals by adding combinations on the side (like making a meal a “combo”) or increasing the size of the meal (like “super-sizing” a meal) … which seems to lead to the modern trend of obesity … such as because people are born into this world without knowing what the correct portion looks like and consider the huge portions served at restaurants as “normal” (which can then influence the size of food portions at home too!).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Such as while parents are busy trying to make more money to pay for all of these extra goods, foods, and services because this is how capitalism works … such as at the cost of neglecting children because parents become too exhausted to spend time with the children; and, when parents are home, they’re inclined to have the children watch TV, play video games, or go play with other children so that the parents can enjoy what little free time they’ve got.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The flip-side to capitalism being driven by self-interest is that everybody is expected to compete for their share of wealth and fortune, and it is necessary to participate in order to sustain a certain quality of life for your survival, lest you become homeless for example.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Please note because of capitalism, despite the planet being already oversaturated with goods, people have to try to manufacture and sell junk that people don’t need rather than to help people like the homeless because it’s the difference between making money for your survival (potential gain of money) versus spending money on helping people (expenditure of money) … such as so even charities often pay salaries to sustain a full-time staff through the concept of a “non-profit” because money is required for survival; and, donors can only hope the salaries of charities are fair so enough money is left to make a difference in the world.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As result, the planet will logically suffer as humankind heedlessly gather resources, produce chemicals and other by-products, create an increasing amount of pollution, etc. … and, all of these activities are required in order for the huge number of human beings to make money in order to survive because this is how capitalism works.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Which then will logically lead to phenomena like “Global Warming” due to the spirit of selfish competition in the economy … contrasted to pursuing the cooperation of humankind to figure out logically good ways for people to coexist together in harmony with the planet so we can work together to solve problems that confront humanity like “Global Warming”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In case there is any doubt about “Global Warming” or any confusion about the “greenhouse effect”, a simpler explanation and proof for “Global Warming” has been published at GlowingGuy.com:

- If pollution does not escape into space (due to gravity) and outpaces nature’s ability to absorb pollution (such as through plants), then we can only reason pollution stays and stacks up in the air.

- As per physics formula F=ma (force = mass x acceleration), the air will get heavier as the pollution increases in mass to increase the force against the surface of the planet (due to gravity acting as acceleration), which is called “pressure” (or “air pressure”).

- And, increased “pressure” causes “compressional heating” … therefore, causing “Global Warming”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, based on measurements taken by government agencies across the globe and across time, there is evidence to support this explanation as global temperature is rising on average as well as the amount of pollution that can be measured in the air.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Plus any additional impact the “greenhouse effect” might contribute!

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, “Global Warming” seems to exemplify a consequence of what can happen when people seek selfish gains through the design of capitalism, which causes a disharmony with the planet and seems to be posing a real threat to the future well-being of humankind.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Perhaps in the past, capitalism made sense compared to older-style economies controlled by monarchs and dictators … meaning, capitalism grew along with democracy to shift power from elite individuals to the masses, such as while promoting fairness and equality for everybody.

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p<>{color:#000;}. After practicing capitalism across time, we can now identify the impact of capitalism on the environment of the planet as well as other side effects like obesity, stress (from economic competition), a lack of integration and solution for non-competitive people (like the homeless, people with disabilities, elderly, etc.), and other consequences … meaning, capitalism isn’t perfect and seems to require refinement due to flaws.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, disharmony can be accidentally produced by unintentional flaws that takes time to become noticeable.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, if people recognize accidents as a part of life, then perhaps people would be more willing to change … including making big and necessary changes like changing capitalism.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, much more willpower seems to be necessary to change capitalism especially since the present world is not equating capitalism as a direct cause to “Global Warming” … meaning, people don’t regard capitalism as a problem … instead, people and politicians have routinely chosen to favor the economy over environmentalism … and, because self-interest has motivated people to heedlessly ignore environmentalism, the future consequences can be calculated as apocalyptic such as due to F=ma (where increased pollution leads to increased air mass which leads to increased air pressure which leads to compressional heating which leads to “Global Warming”).

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, besides intentional evil (like murder, assault, and robbery) and dealing with problems caused by accidents, there is another class of social conventions, laws, empathy, and concepts that can be summarized as “public safety”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Besides environmental and planetary concerns, “public safety” also refers to how we should interact with each other in public.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Especially since the invention of the automobile where dangerous vehicles are driven at high speeds that can potentially harm and kill people, people have defined laws to describe conventions like which side of the road to drive on, who should stop or yield at intersections, etc. … to prevent people from hurting each other.

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p<>{color:#000;}. These rules were not created to nag or micro-manage people’s lives but meant to establish conventions so people can move around in public safely and fairly, without crashing into each other or inconveniencing each other … and, by common sense, should be applicable to bicycles, pedestrians, and whatever means people use to move around in public because these conventions establish expectations so people know how to maintain order and harmony in public.

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p<>{color:#000;}. There are also social conventions that might not be written as law but should make common sense like the concept of queuing or waiting in line, where it should make sense that the first person to arrive should be served first; therefore, people should wait in a line representing the order of their arrival to wait for their turn for service.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, there are other examples like in a room full of people, how do you determine who should speak and who should listen?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Logically, these issues should be applicable to immortal angels as well … hence, it seems likely they too will have conventions to describe how to travel without running into each other or how to take turns speaking, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, social conventions like traffic laws should be extended by common sense everywhere people travel like inside of stores for example, especially when people are pushing shopping carts … contrasted to examples like people blocking aisles with shopping carts, charging out of aisles without looking, etc. … typically focusing on their selfish needs while shopping rather than paying attention to the people around them.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, these conventions should be an extension of empathy because you understand other people want their fair and equal chance to shop or do what they want in public without being inconvenienced by you.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In totality, if you abstain from forcing your selfishness onto people (e.g. – murder, assault, and robbery), know how to right the wrong after causing accidents, and can follow social conventions to maintain peace and order in public, then you are at least causing no ill effect on the universe.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If you are causing no harm to the universe, then you are arguably in harmony with the universe.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, by causing no harm, then you can only do good deeds should you try … which would mathematically quantify you as a good person.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Should you enjoy your right to freedom, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, please be sure not to encroach upon other people’s freedom, liberty, and happiness … including common examples like running stop signs or speeding while driving, which forces your selfishness onto the people around you.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In order to maintain fairness and equality, some degree of personal responsibility is required to respect other people’s rights, including practicing self-restraint so you don’t attack people, follow social conventions to maintain order, etc. … and, many people don’t seem to recognize the need of personal responsibility (what they should and shouldn’t do) while busy focusing on their personal rights (what they want and don’t want to do).

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p<>{color:#000;}. This sense of personal responsibility can be collectively described as your “good behavior”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, “good behavior” is contrasted to “good deeds” where “good deeds” is where you seek to do actions that you perceive as good and beneficial to the world … versus “good behavior” is where you consciously control your behavior to prevent yourself from doing any evil or causing any problem.

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p<>{color:#000;}. At times, people seem to forget about good behavior when they are focused on their selfish needs, such as because they mindlessly prioritize personal fun and liberty over the convenience of other people … including examples like people who talk on the phone while walking or using the phone while driving.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This is contrasted to actively paying attention to the people around you and trying your best to navigate around them while being considerate, which is the act of actively trying to achieve harmony with the people around you … and, “public safety” is the harmonious coexistence of people in public.

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p<>{color:#000;}. While opportunities for doing good deeds might not always be obvious or available, your good behavior is something that should be constantly your responsibility within the control of your free-will.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, your good behavior is how you can achieve harmony with the universe.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As a reminder from the previous section, should you explain these concepts to your children, family, and friends so they understand the logical purpose of good behavior, then they too can practice their good behavior and perhaps spread the wisdom onto people they know, therefore spreading goodness as result … then, the world and the universe can become a better place for everybody as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Because there are so many ways people can interact with each other, good and evil are not absolute concepts and seem to exist on a spectrum of degrees (e.g. – from lesser examples of good and evil, to greater examples, to extreme and obvious examples, etc.).

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p<>{color:#000;}. As result, like the perfecting of other skills in life, practice can make you better across time, such as by fine-tuning your good behavior through effort … to rid yourself of flaws of every size across time for the sake of harmony and goodness … after all, if you don’t change yourself, who will change you for you?

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, as described in the e-book “The Logical Meaning of Life”, reincarnation exists for souls to fix their flaws across lives so that they can qualify as angels so that their immortality against eternal time can be heavenly as result … such as to therefore demonstrate our goodness with our limited lives as mortals before being given never-ending lives as immortal angels.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, what is meant by “practicing” and “fine-tuning” our behavior? … what do we need to do to in order to change our behavior?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Next, let us explore exactly what habits, behavior, and personality are.

3) Habits, Behavior, and Personality

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p<>{color:#000;}. In the previous sections, we’ve explored how forcing selfishness onto other people can lead to evil deeds while empathy can lead to good behavior and good deeds.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Selfishness versus empathy is a matter of where you focus your mind’s eye … a selfish person would focus on oneself and will likely see people as a means to getting what they want … while a person with empathy tends to notice reality; meaning, empathy is the product of an outward focus that notices the existence of other people and that they have feelings, goals, emotions, ambitions, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Selfish people tend to be occupied thinking about themselves such as while dreaming about the things they want, what fun they want to do, who they want to be with (including frequently thinking about sex), and other dreams revolving around themselves … such as while hardly paying attention to reality.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Contrasted to someone who pays attention to reality, which logically leads to the mental development of skills like objectivity, science, rationality, empathy, and more.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Due to a lack of attention on reality, self-absorbed people would likely lack wisdom to know how to achieve goals in reality; meaning, if they want something, they might not know how to get it because they haven’t studied reality enough to know how it works and how to manipulate it … instead, they would likely resort to relying on “luck” or getting other people to guide them or do the work for them.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Nor would selfish people likely assess whether their dreams and desires are fair and/or good from other people’s point of view because their focus is on themselves, therefore it’s unlikely they will care or pay attention to other people’s feelings, needs, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In this state of self-focus while being unfamiliar with controlling reality, selfish people can get emotional and might resort to yelling, manipulating, or physically forcing people to bend to their will … meaning, they can get angry and frustrated with their inability to change the world and/or getting what they want.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, often, self-absorbed people would complain about reality, such as while doing nothing to change things for the better if not engage in the very activities that cause their problems … like a person who spends a lot of money on alcohol and drinks heavily while complaining about high credit card bills and not being able to afford things.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Whereas, people who pay attention to reality would focus on using their free-will and doing what they can to change their life and reality through plans and actions; and, will likely do so while being considerate and empathetic to other people due to their outward focus and attention on reality instead of focusing on themselves.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, it is easier to change yourself to fit into the world … contrasted to trying to change the world to fit you.

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p<>{color:#000;}. When people demand the world and reality to change and cater to their needs and desires (which is often described as “egocentric” or as viewing “the world revolves around you”), then this can lead to problems due to the difficulty of changing the world to suit them … which can lead to the doing of evil deeds as result when they grow frustrated with what they can’t have and force their selfishness onto other people.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, if someone dreams about living in a mansion, driving a fancy car, wearing expensive clothes, eating rich food, and having the best in life … how often does this person have to dream and frustrate themselves before this person seek shortcuts in life such as by committing crimes to try to get these things to make these dreams come true?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Contrasted to recognizing free-will is within your control and doing what you can to adapt to reality (including having realistic dreams contrasted to frustrating yourself with dreams that are out of reach or impossible) and finding happiness through your actions and deeds (including through controlling the way you think, such as cognitively realizing that living in a big house, wearing fancy clothes, etc., will eventually become meaningless and boring as a matter of time, therefore training yourself to not covet these things; often, status symbols are related to ego … something you show off to other people to feel like you are better than them) … and, the path to harmony and goodness is through self-control, self-discipline, and practice.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, if goodness and evilness is a matter of where a person focuses their mind’s eye, inward toward themselves or outward toward reality, then how much of this is “predetermined” at birth such as by genes?  And, can habits, behavior, and personality change with time?  If so, how?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Would you believe habits, behavior, and personality comprise mostly of reflexes?

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, when you chat with a friend, you might mindlessly wear a smile on your face, such as until your friend points out how happy you look or how your smile looks infectious, etc., will you suddenly notice you were smiling.

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p<>{color:#000;}. You might not have noticed you were smiling because your conscious awareness was busy focusing on the conversation.  As such, the smile on your face was a reflex like a “subconscious” response to talking to a friend you like.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Contrasted to not smiling at a person you might dislike … such as to the point this person might notice your lack of pleasantness and might ask you if there are problems between the two of you.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Or, as another example, if someone yells at you, it might be your instantaneous knee-jerk response to yell back regardless of topic … or, you might be the type of person who pleas for calmness when you hear people yelling … or you are the type of person who apologizes even when it’s not your fault … or, some other variation … especially when emotions are involved, your reaction might be so quick and mindless that your reaction appears to be “subconscious” or “instinctive”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. These responses exemplify reflexes you’ve formed out of habit.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, logically, these reflexes should’ve been formed in your past, such as from your childhood for example, where by throwing tantrums, by apologizing, or doing some other variation, you managed to get what you wanted from people like your parents … therefore, something you will likely do again to get what you want in the future.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In terms of biology, you form neural connections in your brain which then determines your reflexes in the future.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, chances are you will keep reacting in the same way until you discover something better or more optimal to you, which then can change your future reflexes as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Often, when we encounter the word “reflex”, we tend to think of physical reflexes like how athletes would drill and train their bodies for sports, how karate students would practice karate moves, how soldiers and law enforcement would conduct mock scenarios to train their reflexive responses, etc., so that these people are capable of instinctively reacting in real-life when these skills are needed.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The reflexes that define your habits, behavior, and personality work in the same way … they are your instinctual and habitual responses to events in real-life … except probably not drilled and trained in the same way athletes would train their physical reflexes through regular exercises.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Instead, the reflexes that define your habits, behavior, and personality are numerous, varied, and would’ve been formed across time throughout your life (and across other lives through reincarnation, as explained in the e-book, “The Logical Meaning of Life”).

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, there are many ways to change your reflexive behavior.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, in psychology, there is a concept called “conditioning” that explains how reinforcement or punishment can change your behavior through association.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As an example of “conditioning”, the sound of a phone ringing can compel people to drop whatever they are doing in order to answer the phone … such as because answering the phone often leads to a reward in the form of socialization with friends.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This can then become a problem for people when their phones ring while doing something dangerous, such as while driving a vehicle.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Unfortunately, many people choose to use their phones while driving, therefore choosing their selfishness over public safety … which has resulted in many car collisions, injuries, and deaths.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, as per the concept of “conditioning”, causing a car collision while using a phone would be a form of “punishment” … especially when negatively reinforced with additional consequences like legal consequences due to causing damages, injuries, or possibly deaths.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, talking to friends through phones can reward and condition a person to answer their phone reflexively even while driving … and, then a terrible event like causing a car collision can act as a form of punishment to then break and change the reflex of answering the phone while driving.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, a horrible memory like causing a car collision can make a person think twice prior to answering a phone while driving … such as because the neural connections in your brain has made connections to associate phones and driving to a terrible experience like a car crash as a form of negative conditioning.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Alternatively, you can choose to never answer your phone while driving which avoids any possibility of causing a car collision over phone-usage simply because you have had the foresight to foresee how phone-usage can cause car collisions due to driver distraction and chose to avoid it through your free-will decision.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, not all reflexes are created through conditioning; and, reflexes or the restraint of reflexes can be the product of mental decisions.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, your reflexes can be manipulated by mental exercises … including previous examples like how soldiers and law enforcement might conduct mock missions, which prepares their minds as well as their bodies to know what to do when they encounter similar scenarios in real-life.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Other mental examples include people practicing speeches in front of friends to fight the nervous reflex, practicing for possible questions and answers prior to a job interview, or practicing what you will say to someone prior to a confrontation.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In other words, you can premeditate the future like how someone would plan for chess moves: By planning for every possibility you can think of.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Or, to use another term, you can “rehearse” for the future like how actors would rehearse acting scenes, comedians rehearse jokes, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This way, when real-life events match anticipated scenarios, then chances are, you will react in the same way as your practiced rehearsal.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, you can control your reflexes because of your anticipation of the future by foresight.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This includes other types of foresight including through science where you can anticipate an outcome due to your scientific knowledge … like the example of not answering phones while driving … or, as another example, choosing to not overindulge during meals because you know that can make you grow fat.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, it’s probably not realistic for you to plan ahead for every moment in your future.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Instead, from moment to moment, life can happen quickly, and you will likely react reflexively.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As result, there are emotional people who are quick to anger, quick to happiness, etc. … often acting instinctively without pause or thought … while showing no self-control to try to constrain their outbursts of emotions.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Contrasted to someone who can remain calm and thinking prior to reacting … which should result in better decisions because thinking would be involved.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, an emotional person would be too busy showing emotions to be able to do much thinking (if any).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Please note selfish people would tend to be emotional because they would see no need to control their emotions such as while regarding their emotions (their selfish feelings) as important.  And, emotions only show how you feel about a topic but does not explain why you feel that way.  And, selfish people might not be able to explain their feelings to other people since they cannot vicariously see through other people’s eyes to know how to explain their feelings from other people’s perspective.  As result, selfish people are limited to expressing their personal emotions and feelings since they cannot see other perspectives beyond their own.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Whereas people with an outward-focus (with empathy, objectivity, etc.) would care about other people and be confident enough dealing with reality to limit outbursts of personal feelings and emotions in favor of calmly and maturely conveying their thoughts and opinions such as through justifications, explanations, and reasoning so other people can understand, such as while being able to do so since they can vicariously see from other people’s perspective so therefore are able to explain their personal point of view in a way that can be understood from other people’s point of view.  And, people with empathy and objectivity would respect other people’s ability to think for themselves and would explain their personal views with justifications to allow other people to reach their own conclusions through reasoning, therefore using explanations and reasoning to reach agreements (contrasted to limiting oneself to expressing personal emotions and feelings).  In other words, people with objectivity can share a view and explain it due to their ability to see beyond their personal view.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, a self-centered person who disagrees with a politician might say things like, “I disagree and feel strongly about it, and I know my family and my community feel the same way”, which doesn’t explain why you disagree, expresses nothing but personal feelings, makes assumptions that other people feel the same way, such as while trying to convince people to join a crowd based on feelings … versus a person with objectivity would likely explain the disagreement by citing specific problems, offering alternatives and why they are better, etc. … therefore, explaining reasons and justifications so other people can agree based on logic rather than feelings and emotions.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, the way society measures maturity and immaturity seems to be related to this concept … where people who act selfishly and emotionally are considered to be “childish”, “spoiled”, and “immature” … while those who remain calm and rational are considered to be “mature” and are often associated with wisdom because they pay attention to reality and therefore develop skills like rationality, empathy, science, objectivity, and other representations of reality.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, if you can regularly calm yourself in order to think, then you transition from an emotional disposition to a more rational disposition … which then can help you make better decisions and handle future scenarios better as result without relying on rehearsals to premeditate your future because you’ve learned to still your mind in order to think and make better decisions on the fly.

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p<>{color:#000;}. To learn to calm your emotions in order to think, you can try various tricks and techniques already known to society such as by doing breathing exercises or counting to ten when you feel your emotions rise.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In essence, practicing to remain calm is training your reflexes in the same way a swimmer might practice holding their breath longer: You’re training yourself to tolerate emotions longer and longer to therefore train yourself to stay calm in order to think.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Otherwise, if you allow your emotions to take control of you, then society might have labels for your behavior like “crazy”, “psycho”, or “insane” … with some basis since mental disorders are typically characterized by disconnection from reality and dwelling in one’s mind to the point they pose as a threat to themselves and/or other people … such as to the point of uncontrollable and dangerous selfishness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, as is said about alcoholism and other addictions, the first step to quitting is to recognizing a habit as a problem … and, please note how emotions can lead to a lack of thinking (since your faculties are busy expressing emotions), which can lead to bad decisions, which can lead to problems in your future.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, if you can delay your emotions, then you can think … to then be able to analyze the situation, think of alternatives, and choose the best course of action.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Then, with practice across time, staying calm and thinking can become your normal behavior like a new reflex, especially when you form neural connections around all of the different ways you managed to calmly handle stressful situations … to therefore repeat your calm and rational behavior in the future as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, then, with enough practice, you might discover new techniques built on top of older techniques … and, new techniques often require you to practice doing things one way before you discover better techniques beyond that … and, then beyond that too.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, across time, the results can grow exponentially where your wisdom can lead to more wisdom which then can lead to even more wisdom.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, by controlling your reflexes, you can therefore change your habits, behavior, and personality.

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p<>{color:#000;}. From the point of view of other people, your habits, behavior, and personality are displayed as muscle movements on your body where your true thoughts and intentions beyond your words are inferred through your body language … and, there are sciences around concepts like “micro-expressions” that look for hints and reflexive responses on your body to read your mind, such as to determine if you are lying for example.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, understanding your behavior as comprising of reflexes can explain other phenomena like your phobias and preferences … like a phobia is where you are reflexively repelled by an object, and a preference is where you are reflexively drawn to an object.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Reflexive habits can also lead to other problems like obesity, for example … such as because someone has the reflexive habit of eating while feeling sad, depressed, or bored and end up eating excessively as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This can also explain other habits like smoking, drinking, and the consumption of other types of drugs, such as because people would reflexively seek these drugs for various reasons like for fun, for confidence, for escapism, due to boredom, due to depression, for relaxation, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, for drugs, there might be chemicals involved that can form “chemical dependencies” that are commonly called “addictions”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For addictions like tobacco, when you don’t smoke, chemicals would give you an “itch” that can feel painful … hence why people would have difficulty quitting as if the chemicals would punish them for not using the drug.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If you have an addiction that you want to quit, like quitting smoking for example, please note “cold turkey” seems to logically be the quickest way out of the addiction with the least amount of overall pain.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Specifically, to quit smoking, if you got rid of all tobacco products from your life and perhaps isolate yourself for about a week (because you will likely be in a bad mood), then you can suffer through the withdrawal pain until all of the chemicals are gone for the “itch” and pain to stop and the addiction to finally end (due to the depletion and purgation of the addiction-forming chemicals from your body).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Otherwise, if you reward yourself for making progress in quitting, such as by smoking (such as to reward yourself for cutting down), then you are logically replenishing the chemicals that cause those withdrawal pains … which then restarts the whole cycle of withdrawal all over again since you will continue to feel those “itch” and pain sensations that reinforce your addiction.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, “cold turkey” seems to be the shortest way out of an addiction, as the most direct way and therefore quickest way to purge all drug-chemicals from your system so those withdrawal pain and sensations can end … but, as a disclaimer, please be sure to consult with your doctor and/or experts prior to making any drastic life choices.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, life can be slow to change … like obesity as example where it takes time to become obese as well as takes time to slim down.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, hence, emphasizing the importance of thinking in the present to foresee problems in the future to catch them earlier and fix them as early as possible … lest consequences pile up.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, some consequences can be irreversible … including lung damage due to smoking, liver damage from drinking, amputation from obesity, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. After all, your free-will is yours to control to determine your destiny and fate … including causing yourself pain and suffering because of your bad habits.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, your body, mind, and soul are all parts of your existence … including the fact that you are attached to your body and will therefore have no choice but to experience the consequences of your actions as a continuum of your life, for better or worse.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Conversely, if you think about it, why should we do anything if there aren’t consequences?  Meaning, if we lived in an universe where the consequences to our actions aren’t logical, then why would we bother doing any action since a random result will happen anyway?  Hence, it seems fair and meaningful for us to achieve results for our actions.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, we’re not always consciously controlling our actions and, instead, often do things instinctively and mindlessly (as an experiment, pay attention to how often you actively think and focus on your tasks throughout the day; you’d be surprised by how often you don’t concentrate on what you’re doing, such as while daydreaming or thinking about something else), which means your future can be often dictated by your reflexes that define your habits, behavior, and personality … and, most people don’t seem to recognize them as reflexes therefore don’t seem to know how to control them due to a lack of understanding.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, reflexes take mental focus to change through practice and training.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This would also explain why reincarnation would exist to train these reflexes life after life, especially since it can take a significant amount of time, if not a lifetime, to change individual reflexes … especially to refine your reflexes to a state that is conducive to your immortality so you will be able to find happiness and remain happy among immortals for eternity.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Across lives, as per the design of reincarnation, it seems likely your memory will be erased (since we don’t recall our past lives) while your reflexes stay with your soul since the purpose of reincarnation is to train your reflexes across lives.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, you might reincarnate into a different body, different name, different family, different surroundings, possibly different race, gender, nationality, etc., but, your core reflexes from your previous life will remain intact which then defines your “disposition” for the subsequent life … implying gene selection and mutation during the formation of a zygote is customized to match the reflexes and karma from your previous life … and, hence why people would be born with personalities “predetermined” by their genes because genes are not random but are deliberately fair and consequential relative to the history of individual souls.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, you would be born with inherent characteristics as well as any birth defect, uniqueness, and other variations because of the consequences of the deeds of your previous life (or “karma”).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Then, as a newborn child, your new parents will sculpt and shape your reflexes such as so your personality from your previous life can become significantly different after growing up with new parents.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Besides birth defects and other physical abnormalities, karma can also determine the environment and circumstances you are born into.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, a former thief might reincarnate into a poor family or as a baby to a homeless mother … such as so this newborn can grow up to appreciate the value of meager possessions and possibly feel the anger and sadness felt when someone steals your possession especially while homeless where your possessions are few and often left unprotected in public.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Some babies are born in jail … which gets these children thinking about crime and punishment early in life and hopefully setting them on track to wanting to do better in life.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Other babies are born to abusive parents, which statistics show often leads to a cycle of physical abuse onto their children in the future.  However, as an alternative explanation, if you view this cycle of abuse relative to habits and karma, then souls who are prone to physically abusing people will be born to abusive parents so, therefore, a higher number of them would statistically abuse their children because that is their habitual reflex.  And, having abusive parents doesn’t necessarily teach you not to abuse people, especially since abusive parents tend to not speak with words and speak with violence instead, which isn’t conducive to teaching you much about life.  As result, souls with abusive reflexes might not learn from having abusive parents and might continue to abuse people in the future, including their children … we can only hope souls can see what it’s like to be abused to then be able to empathetically relate how other people would feel when they are abused by you.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If abusive parents tend to produce abusive children, then might genes be involved?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Besides physical appearance and characteristics, genes can also predispose people to certain habits and behavior; so, therefore, it would logically make sense for souls to reincarnate into bodies and families that match their karma … meaning, only a soul whose karma best matches a new body (a new zygote) can reincarnate into that body which then produces similarities between parents and children through their genes as result; meaning, during reincarnation, a soul will be drawn to a specific zygote that best match their karma while ignoring other zygotes that might be conceived simultaneously elsewhere in the world.  And, conversely, the genetic range of the parents will limit which souls can inhabit the bodies of their children such as based on the karma of the parents … because this is how genetics work and therefore would dictate how reincarnation works as well; or, conversely, how reincarnation was designed to work that then is manifested as the science of genetics to us.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As explained in the e-book, “The Logical Meaning of Life”, life on Planet Earth has been designed by angels; therefore, the details of life should concurrently have physical and spiritual explanations … like neural connections are the physical “wiring” that cause reflexes … or, the random gene selection and mutations during conception are the physical expressions of people’s karma … meaning, the implementation of angelic design looks like reality to us, and human beings use science and math to describe and explain reality because science and math are human languages invented by humankind to describe reality.  Meaning, angels might have reasons from their point of view (which human beings would call “spiritual reasons”) for designing life in a specific way that would be unknown to us while humankind can only use science and math to describe life and reality from our point of view; as result, human beings can only infer to discover the design of angels, such as through logical reasoning, hence why the design of life would concurrently have physical and spiritual explanations due to the presence of two different points of view.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Since bad karma are the manifestation of past flaws, then karma creates life lessons that help souls identify their flaws … meaning, bad habits lead to bad consequences which become apparent with time to show individual souls what they’re doing wrong and therefore what they need to work on to improve their souls (in order to become angels).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Otherwise, drivers who speed and run stop signs will keep doing so until they get tickets, cause collisions, run over people, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, criminals will keep breaking the law until they get caught, injured, killed, punished, etc. … otherwise, what else would convince them to change?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Mundane reflexes like answering the phone while driving can in a moment lead to a life-changing event not only for you, but possibly injure or kill other people … hence, reflexes and actions need to be carefully considered and controlled.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As a reminder, the goal is to shape your reflexes until they are conducive for you to being able to live happily forever as an immortal angel when you are ready … for your own sake lest your immortality become hell for you.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, we use our free-will to shape and control our reflexes that comprise our habits, behavior, and personality to determine the future fate and destiny of our souls.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, what do our souls look like? … meaning, what do our entities look like from the point of view of angels? … perhaps discovering the construct of our souls can help us better control our lives.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In the next section, let us explore the structure and the parts of our souls.

4) Structure of the Soul

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p<>{color:#000;}. Most of us have experienced moments where we lost control of our lives; moments where we look back and wonder, “Why did I do that?” or “What was I thinking?”, etc. … therefore, providing evidence we’re not always in control of ourselves.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If so, relative to karma and angels, what is within our control and intent?  What are we held accountable for?  And, what are considered “accidents”?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Since I have interacted with angels (see GlowingGuy.com for details), I have learned according to “Somis” (the science of angels), the soul has a structure that can be described by seven concepts: Jo, Pal, Sus, Arca, Mani, Devi, and Lak.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The following discusses these seven “Somis” in more detail:

- Jo:

  • The “Jo” can be viewed as the container that defines the entirety of your entity and existence.  And, all parts of your existence are contained within your “Jo”.

  • Your “Jo” space is infinite in size and can be viewed as your personal “time”.

  • Despite the “Jo” being infinite in size, it has the shape of a “donut” with a “negative infinity” as the “donut hole” and a “positive infinity” outside of the “donut”-shape.  But, since you cannot see infinity, the “donut”-shape is largely conceptual and can only be inferred.  Specifically, in order for infinities to coexist in the same universe, each individual infinity needs to be contained inside finite containers that we call our bodies; and, everything outside of our bodies can be considered as a “positive infinity” from our first person point of view.  And, through finite containers, we can move our infinities around and manipulate them.  And, exterior forces from outside of a body (coming from the “positive infinity” toward a “Jo”) can influence the infinity within a body and possibly displace the infinite-sized soul out of a body such as through the act of killing someone.  Upon death, the infinite-sized soul would leave through the “negative infinity” or the “donut hole” of the “Jo” that would feel like going through the proverbial “tunnel of light” through a wormhole (like “crossing infinity”) and into the afterlife.  And, through reincarnation, the infinite-sized soul would use the “negative infinity” to “pop” into a new body.  Therefore, we can infer the “Jo” is “donut”-shaped with a “negative infinity” as the “donut hole” for souls to enter and exit bodies and a “positive infinity” outside of the “donut”-shape where we can interact with each other in this physical universe we share.

  • Similarly, the physical universe is made up of an infinite pattern of these “Jo”-donut entities, including a pattern of smaller “Jo”-donuts forming bigger “Jo”-donuts; see GlowingGuy.com for more information about the “Omni”.

  • But, if your “Jo” has a donut-shape, then how can it be infinite in size? … the infinite nature of your “Jo” is contained inside of your “Jo”.  For example, if you explore a particular space within your “Jo”, you’ll discover that space is made up of more space which, if you keep exploring, you’ll discover more space, infinitely.  So, despite of having a shape, an infinity can be found within the shape … similar to how a circle can be mathematically sliced into infinite parts.

  • So, from outside, your “Jo” looks finite in the form of your body while from inside, your “Jo” looks infinite.  This should make sense if you consider how the body of a person looks like a finite individual; but, if you speak to this person, you can discover an infinity contained within this person’s mind and soul.

  • Considering how every individual has the potential of becoming an angel, then the infinite space within a “Jo” would therefore allow an immortal to, for example, store an endless amount of memories and experiences without ever running out of space or encountering other limitations caused by the soul.  Therefore, angels and all living creatures with a soul are not hindered by the structure of their soul since the “Jo” is infinite in size.

- Pal:

  • “Pal” means there are two parallel “Jo” in your life like parallel universes: One is the physical universe you share with everybody else, and the other is the universe within your mind.

- Sus:

  • “Sus” refers to the automatic processes of your life, such as the processes that were set in motion in the past that need to be sustained in the present and future in order for you to live and exist.

  • Examples of “Sus” relative to the human experience include all of your “involuntary” processes like your heartbeat, blood circulation, digestion, etc.  And, also includes your reflexes (discussed in the previous section), like those actions you do mindlessly while your mind is focused on something else, like how you might “subconsciously” wear a smile while talking to a friend you like.

  • Other examples of “Sus” include how if you want to walk, you simply command your body to walk without having to concentrate on individual muscles in your legs … and, it is “Sus” that know how to coordinate your muscles to allow you to walk, such as so your mind only have to concentrate on higher-level functions.  As result, people can talk and walk at the same time, or walk and think, or walk and juggle objects, etc.

  • As another example, people say once you learn to ride a bicycle, you never forget how to do it … that would be because of “Sus”.

  • “Sus” acts like the interface between you and the physical universe.  For example: If a dangerous creature approach you, “Sus” would raise an alarm so your body would focus on this creature and be ready for action;  “Sus” can give you feelings like the “creepy crawly” sensation to let you know insects are crawling on your body; “Sus” is responsible for your preferences and phobias so you reflexively react to things based on your past experiences; if someone yells at you, “Sus” will likely interpret this as hostility and prep your body for “fight”, “flight”, or some other variation (depending on your past experiences), including any emotions you might feel in response to these events.  In totality, as interface, “Sus” is responsible for your inclinations, reflexes, emotions, and other things you feel and experience that you do not consciously create with your free-will.

  • Please note specifically how “Sus” is responsible for your emotions.  For example, when you feel confused or when your “ego” feels threatened, you might feel the anger emotion rise in response; and, that emotion comes from your “Sus” in response to reality; and, across time, you can learn to control your emotions, such as so you can remain calm to think.  Otherwise, you do not consciously decide to be angry.  We can superficially fake an emotion based on our memory of that emotion, but you would not feel that emotion on the inside.  Instead, a true emotion comes from your “Sus” and cannot be forced by your will.

  • Instead, your “Sus” is logical and scientific … such as, for example, if you consume drugs, then your “Sus” will logically respond with the sensations of intoxication; if you consume poison, then your “Sus” will logically give you sensations of sickness and pain.  Which means, if you attempt to convince yourself that you feel “happy” without basis, then you will not feel happy inside because “Sus” will only make you feel happy when it is logical to do so since “Sus” is an interface that responds to reality.  Therefore, you will only feel happy when your reality is logically conducive for you to feel happy.

  • If you are bored, “Sus” might respond with images of entertainment like TV, video games, memories or dreams about your friends, etc., which gives you ideas how to alleviate your boredom … and, it is up to you to decide how to react, including to ignore all of these suggestions in favor of studying and doing work, for example.

  • Please note “Sus” exists throughout “Pal”, meaning within both your body and mind.  It exists like a running machine to take the bulk of the workload off of your mind and soul so your free-will can focus on higher-level executive decisions while your “Sus” does the grunt work such as coordinating your muscles to execute your will while keeping your organs maintained and life functions running, etc.  It might be illustrative to visualize your body as a giant mechanical robot sustained by “Sus” while your free-will awareness acts like a pilot who flies around (with a jetpack, for example) pointing at specific muscles, telling “Sus” what to do.

  • Since your conscious awareness is a narrow point of focus that can only concentrate on a small portion of your body (for example, if you concentrate on your hands, you would lose focus of your feet), “Sus” would exist to keep your body and life running.  As result, when your conscious awareness is focused elsewhere, your body might respond via “reflexes” while you’re not paying attention.

  • As such, the meaning of life through reincarnation is for you to learn to pilot and steer your body like a vehicle … so, therefore the worth of your soul is measured based on what decisions you make contrasted to how well you can do individual activities … meaning, you’re not “judged” based on how fast you can run, for example, because that’s mostly “Sus”; instead, you’re “judged” based on whether you would run away from responsibility and such.

- Arca:

  • “Arca” represents your material manifestation … i.e. – what is called your “body”.

  • During reincarnation, you would “detach” from one “Arca” and then “attach” to a new “Arca” from life to life.

  • Your “Arca” is the physical boundary of your “Jo” in the physical world … where, from other people’s point of view, your “Jo”-infinity is contained within your body, and we commonly refer to our personal “Jo”-infinity as our “mind”.  And, as discussed above, the physical world is designed this way so our individual “Jo”-infinities are contained within finite bodies so we can interact and share a physical world together.

  • Across time, your body can be manipulated and changed through diet, exercise, injuries, etc.  And, as a reminder, “Sus” will then respond to these changes logically and scientifically to give you the corresponding sensations and feelings based on reality.

  • This means your “Arca” as your physical body carries the accumulation of the consequences of your deeds and actions across time that can have long-lasting or permanent effects on how you feel in the future.  And, because souls who aren’t ready to be angels will likely injure their bodies across time, like people who mindlessly smoke for example to cause themselves lung damage, reincarnation and death would exist to therefore end the misery of a worn-out body and replace it with a new body, such as to end the miseries caused by your imperfections on your body.  Overall, this is merciful for souls to take steps via lives through reincarnation toward becoming an angel … otherwise, being stuck with the pain and misery of a worn-out body might make becoming an angel impossible since it’s hard to think and be good should you be constantly suffering.  Because flaws exist, death was designed to end the consequences of flaws, such as so souls are given new bodies and new lives to try again and again to become angels.

  • Physical characteristics and variations like race, gender, beauty, sexual orientation, etc., are designed by angels to serve specific purposes in evolving souls toward goodness and immortality.  See GlowingGuy.com for specific discussions about these designs.  Please note as per the design of life, any soul is capable of becoming any race, gender, beauty, sexual orientation, etc., due to karma.  Meaning, when you see any living creature, including animals too, it can help your objectivity and goodness to visualize a soul within that body … to see a soul similar to your soul within a body that might differ from your body due to karma caused by the unique history of our individual souls.

- Mani:

  • With a physical body, “Mani” refers to your ability to perform physical actions to manipulate the physical reality we share and coexist in.

"* Mani" is what produces consequences and karma like action and equal reaction in the universe.

- Devi:

  • “Devi” represents your ability to grow, such as how food can help your body to grow or how your mind can grow with knowledge and experience.

  • Please note “Devil” is a “Somis” word with a “-l” suffix to represent one whose growth becomes a problem and needs to be stopped, where the “-l” suffix acts like a “slash” to indicate the “Devi” or growth of this individual needs to be thwarted.

  • Inherently, there is no guarantee if the “Devi” of your soul will be good or bad; realistically, your growth will likely involve both good and evil.

  • Across time, the goal of life is to fine-tune your “Devi” so that you grow in the right direction toward righteousness and harmony with other people, such as to demonstrate your ability to handle immortality to qualify as an angel.

- Lak:

  • “Lak” represents your consciousness and your ability to focus on the parts of your existence to manipulate them … like your ability to “will” your body into doing activities like walking, for example.

  • Your “Lak” is therefore your “free-will”.

  • As examples from the previous section, you can use scientific reasoning to tell yourself not to answer the phone while driving or not to overindulge on food lest you grow fat … these would exemplify your “Lak” telling your body and “Sus” what not to do based on your anticipation of the future.  Meaning, you think through your “Lak” and make decisions that drive your actions as result.

  • Your “Lak” can access and manipulate your existence as long as it can figure out how.  And, practice is required for your “Lak” to get better at controlling your existence.  To be clear, your “Lak” would practice doing actions by telling your “Sus” what to do, such as while your “Lak” would supervise … therefore, in essence, your “Lak” would practice controlling your body by controlling your “Sus”, such as while paying attention to individual sensations like ensuring a joint is turning and rotating the right way, the right amount of strength is being applied, etc.  Then, after enough practice doing an action and gaining enough confidence, your “Lak” pays less attention to your “Sus” so that your “Lak” only has to monitor your “Sus” from time to time to ensure your “Sus” is doing what you want it to do, like walking in the right direction for example.  The eventual goal is for your “Sus” to learn to do these actions reflectively and instinctively, therefore take over control of these activities so your “Lak” only have to pay minimum attention to these activities, which will then allow your “Lak” to focus on other activities and learn new things, including how to do multiple activities at the same time.

  • “Lak” can only exist in the present time … so, therefore, you need to make decisions carefully in the present that can have profound effects on your future as result … including the example of reaching for a phone and suddenly causing a car wreck that can produce long-lasting consequences.

  • As such, you can technically only manipulate the present time through your “Lak” free-will … such as to ensure your pleasant survival in your future as well as to fix and redeem any mistake you’ve committed in the past to demonstrate your good intentions.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Hopefully, you can see from this description how making educated and carefully planned decisions in the present is vital for the wellbeing of your future and your destiny.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, is there really such a thing as an “accident”? … like among moving vehicles, what can cause one vehicle to crash into another vehicle but human decision, such as when a person neglect to look at a space prior to moving a vehicle into that space?  Even vehicle malfunction can be due to negligence of the owner of the vehicle … and, perhaps a true “accident” would be the fault of a manufacturer that leads to a malfunction; but, a manufacturing flaw can still be traced to the actions of an individual person if you look hard enough.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In this way, the word “accident” seems lazy and exists because life is very complicated so that finding the cause of a problem cannot always be easily uncovered.  Therefore, labeling something as “accidental” is convenient to indicate no intentional malice can be found that led to a problem.  This is especially since modern prosecution tends to judge intention relative to “corrective action” and reform, where an “accident” is viewed as unintentional carelessness and/or negligence, while criminal intention requires punishment to “correct”.  Because of the complexity of life, people are often content when someone admits they are unintentionally at fault, therefore labeled as an “accident”, so that people don’t have to investigate the exact root cause that is often not easy or possible to find, especially since we cannot read people’s minds and can only judge based on evidence.

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p<>{color:#000;}. However, relative to karma, there is always a fair accounting of action and equal reaction so that I can’t think of any examples where true “accidents” would exist in the universe.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, in the physical universe, when any event occurs, you can (with the right technology and skills) physically trace the chain of events back to find the physical cause of that phenomenon.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, as per the concept of “Pal”, since there are two parallel universes, one within our minds and the other is the physical universe we share, then there will be parallel explanations that explain the cause of any event: One involving science and math that explains the physics that led to the event; the other involves the decisions within the minds of individuals (including the minds of angels).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Relative to karma, you are responsible and accountable for all parts of your soul as described as the seven “Somis” above … but, specifically, you are responsible for your “Mani” because that is the manifestation of your actions that has an impact on reality which can then impact the lives of other people … and, the other parts of your soul do not directly impact reality but contribute to your “Mani” actions.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, it’s doubtful there would be any karma consequence for having bad thoughts in your mind because no one is getting directly hurt by your thoughts … but, bad thoughts can lead to bad “Mani” decisions and actions, even due to distraction that causes you to unintentionally commit a mistake, which then can lead to harm and consequences that are your fault anyway, such as because you were busy focused on bad thoughts.

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p<>{color:#000;}. An example of how a way of thinking can lead to physical harm is “machismo”, for example, where in order to preserve your ego and toughness, you might force yourself into starting a physical fight should someone insult you … where you can end up in a fight simply because of the way you think … and, Planet Earth is filled with many other examples of people hurting people over beliefs, especially over religion.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, it’s important to train and control all parts of your soul including your thoughts and the way you think in order to control your behavior and your future destiny the best you can for your own sake and the sake of others around you, to therefore create an environment for you and others to enjoy.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Hopefully, by describing the parts of the soul, you can get a sense of the construct of your entity and how it interacts with and manipulates reality … and, from understanding, hopefully you can gain more control over yourself and your life as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Next, let us discuss how we deal with time in order for us to live and survive.

5) Time As Meaning of Life

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p<>{color:#000;}. The biological meaning of life for living beings is typically self-preservation and survival.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, survival is about doing what you can to lengthen your time living in your body.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, finding more time to lengthen life is the generic meaning of life for most creatures.

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p<>{color:#000;}. To do so, your mind (or your “Lak” free-will) seems to be a manipulator of time.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, as you know, time in your past are typically stored as memories and experiences in your mind … and, for your “Lak”-mind, this is the process of “folding” time … meaning, your memories typically do not include the details of your experiences … instead, your mind “folds” time into summaries that are called “impressions”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Along with impressions, your mind might attach feelings and emotions such as whether you liked or disliked the experiences.

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p<>{color:#000;}. By doing so, impressions can save you time so you would know how to react in the future when you encounter a similar situation again, and this is where your reflexes come from … such as so you would smile at a person you like to encourage more friendly social interactions with this person in the future … or, you might avoid someone you don’t like to spare yourself future unpleasantness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, across time, your impressions can become your biases and prejudices … especially if you forget the reasons and details why you formed those impressions.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In order for you to recall the details, you can focus your “Lak”-mind on an impression to “unfold” time to recall the experiences that led to your feelings and conclusions.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In this way, please note how our minds are capable of “folding” and “unfolding” time in order for us to make decisions in the present.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Furthermore, our minds are capable of binding experiences from one time to experiences from other times to search for patterns and commonalities … and, this is the process of “learning” … and, you can bind the information together on your own to draw your own conclusions or learn from other people … like teachers, for example, who will typically explain the rationality behind concepts to help you bind information together in your mind so that education helps expedite this binding process to help you learn information faster as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This is not to say the process of binding experiences together is always correct … like, for example, racism would be poorly formed patterns in people’s minds that ignore how not everybody within a race would behave in the same stereotyped way.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In essence, from moment to moment, your mind would zap through time to retrieve experiences, patterns, knowledge, etc., in order for you to survive.  Meaning, specifically, your mind would draw upon the time from your past in order to survive the time in your present and future.

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p<>{color:#000;}. From this, we can extrapolate that the richness of your past experiences would contribute to the welfare of your future … such as summarized by the expression, “Knowledge is power.”

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p<>{color:#000;}. This would suggest people should be open to alternative ways of thinking instead of being close-minded … otherwise, stubbornness preserves one way of thinking and therefore prevents you from growing any wiser … and prevents your mind from growing and evolving in general.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Being open to new ideas should also be applicable to ideas that you feel are proven and logical … at least, be willing to consider other points of views to test your ideas to determine if your ideas remain valid.  And, if your ideas remain valid, then you can feel that much more confidence in the accuracy of your ideas.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, this is typically how the scientific mind would work where scientists would find possible patterns in life, form theories, and then use the scientific method to methodologically test these theories to find evidence to support or disprove these ideas.  And, proven concepts are typically retested by scientists across time; and, the confidence in the truth of a concept grows each time the concept survives retesting.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Likewise, individuals should refine their tenets, ideas, and beliefs by seeking proof that supports or disproves their ideas … opposed to people who are close-minded and stubborn about their way of thinking, such as to the point they would scream at and chase away any incompatible idea.

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p<>{color:#000;}. By honing your mental models, you ensure your mind has an accurate and realistic representation of reality … so, therefore, you will be capable of making decisions based on good information as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, since our minds take experiences from the past to try to make decisions in the present that affect our future, then it’s logical and obvious that you need to do what you can in the present to ensure the best future you can through your design and actions.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Many people don’t seem to realize this concept and would repeat daily routines with their free-time, such as by consuming drugs (like drinking beer) and watching TV day after day, which then keep their experiences limited as they focus their minds on killing time with leisure.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Instead of focusing on improving the future, many people would focus their minds on the pursuit of their vices with a passion … such as planning their lives around drinking and consuming drugs, for example … because these are the things they enjoy and love to do.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Then, not only are their life experiences limited by repetition, but, often, these vices lead to side-effects.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Besides health effects like lung problems for smokers, liver problems for drinkers, etc., there can be other side effects like to finances since drugs, including legal drugs like alcohol, aren’t cheap.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Funds diverted to drugs would take away funds from your home, vehicle, credit card bills, etc. … which can lead to future stresses due to poor finances … which can lead to more drug consumption as result! … leading to a downward spiral into a poor future as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In addition, since time is being killed, people will likely grow old, look back, and wonder where all of the time have gone … often in a blur due to so much intoxication.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Drug-consumers like patrons drinking alcohol at bars might complain about their problems in life while drinking and socializing … such as while taking no step to try to solve these problems … often sharing personal problems as a means to socialize and bond with people, such as while not seeking solutions … and, this is often how many people live their lives while enduring hardship, complaining about it, but then repeating this routine day after day … and, using drugs to blunt reality such as while seeking escapism.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, many people would much rather consume drugs to feel better about their lives and numb themselves to their troubles rather than trying to deal with their problems.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Perhaps, people seek escapism through drugs because they feel stuck with their problems … and, if we understand that the mind binds past experiences together to try to solve problems, then we can extrapolate that problems you’re stuck on might be solved by seeking more experiences, by exploring existing ideas in new angles, etc. … whereas, routines like drug consumption will not solve problems, if not cause new ones.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, please note in order for a new notion to become available in your mind for you to bind it to your thinking process, you’ve got to either experience it (including being told or taught by someone) or arrive at it on your own, such as through binding other notions together … meaning, existing problems might take new experiences or new ways of thinking to solve.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, we can see how the variety of life experiences can make a person wise … like having more mental tools for you to solve problems and deal with life.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, seeking wisdom should logically have an exponential effect where wisdom can lead to more wisdom which then can lead to even more wisdom.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ideally, problems should be caught as early as possible before the consequences pile up and compound.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Like obesity for example, in the sense obesity takes time to produce as well as fix … meaning, obesity is not the consequence of overeating one meal; instead, it takes a scientific mind to figure out that obesity is a cumulative effect that occurs when you overeat meal after meal … “scientific” because the cause and effect is not immediately obvious and involves mental deduction to link overeating multiple meals across time to becoming obese … otherwise, the link between overeating and obesity would be invisible to someone unfamiliar with science.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If time and effort is required to produce obesity, then it seems logical, realistic, and fair to require a significant amount of time and effort to fix obesity.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, examples like smoking leading to lung problems and drinking leading to liver problems are also examples where mindless actions across time can compound and pile up … such as then leading to irreparable damages.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, these all exemplify what can happen when people mindlessly pursue leisure without thinking about consequences … where bad effects might take time to become visible so that, when they become visible, your life might already be hellish and/or irreparably changed … where people might not care until they start to suffer; meaning, mindless people might only think about their lifestyle after they’re suffering, which might sometimes be too late to reverse the effects.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, dumb people will wait to react to consequences … whereas, being able to proactively anticipate and avoid problems from a distance is likely what makes a person smart in the first place.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Since our minds rely on binding time from the past to make decisions for the future, we need to do what we can to ensure the robustness of our experiences, the accuracy of our interpretation of these experiences (such as by verifying and refining our ideas), and a growing wisdom to ensure our life can be sustained as pleasantly and good as we can manage.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Please note when people choose to gorge themselves meal after meal, chain smoke, binge drink, and such, they do so while ignoring reality and science to blindly favor selfish desires, indulgence, and leisure.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Of course, life might not be worth living without fun … so, discretion and fun should be balanced responsibly, such as so you don’t cause yourself any long-term damage … and, please also question if your ideal type of fun is the repetition of the same activities over and over again (such as eating, smoking, drinking, consuming media like TV, etc.) … might there be other ways to have fun?  Might there be other angles in life you haven’t explored yet?

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p<>{color:#000;}. In order for your life to change, such as in improvement, time and effort need to be invested … and, the more time and effort you dedicate to improving your life across time, the better it should logically get since you are working on it.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Otherwise, how else will your life change?

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p<>{color:#000;}. If you wish to try, perhaps you can routinely review how you can improve yourself or your life and explain the reasons why these improvements would be good and beneficial to help yourself understand.  Perhaps keep a journal for your future reference.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In order for a life improvement to be realistic, you need to be able to visualize getting from your present state to another state … sometimes requiring taking smaller steps prior to reaching a greater objective.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, refining your ideas will add value to the things you do and say … inherently, people have no reason to care about your opinion; but, your ability to accurately explain your thoughts and ideas demonstrates your wisdom, such as so people can understand, appreciate, and agree with your reasoning, hence why people should care.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Everyone is capable of saying they “like” or “dislike” something … but, your reasoning and justification tell people why they should care and listen.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, being able to justify your thoughts and actions should help you make wiser decisions and improve your life and your future as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Your life energy is a power with limitations … so, therefore, in order for your life to improve, you need to actually dedicate time and energy to improve your life by your design.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, your mind deals with present and future time by binding together the time from your past … which, suggests the construct of the “Lak”-mind seems to be a product of time.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Relative to reincarnation, the “Lak”-mind might rewind through time during death to erase memories from one life in preparation for the next life … hence why people don’t remember past lives and would report seeing their life flash before their eyes during near-death experiences.  

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, your “Lak”-mind is a manipulator of time … so, hence why it would “fold” and “unfold” time while dealing with memories … and, why it would bind time from the past to learn ways to gain control of the present and future time.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Relative to creating a good future, you’re restricted to implementing your plans and designs in the present time in anticipation and prediction of the future … in the same way if you want to throw an object to a friend who is running, you aim at where you anticipate your friend will be by the time the object reaches your friend, and therefore throw the object at a spot that might be empty in the present.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, your wisdom and knowledge especially involving science make you more apt and capable at predicting and anticipating the future, which helps you make better decisions as result … like, imagine what perfect decisions you can make if you had the power to see into the future! … your mental calculations such as through math and science would be the next best thing.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, often, we encounter people who don’t seem to think while blundering through life, as if relying on luck for their future well-being … often characterized by thoughtless and reckless actions and behavior including wild consumptions of drugs and other acts of “partying” and “fun” … like those who are dubbed as “party animals”, for example.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Relative to reincarnation, such as described by my e-book called “The Logical Meaning of Life”, if souls transition from animals to human beings through reincarnation, how would this impact the psychology and behavior of people?

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p<>{color:#000;}. In the next section, let us explore what animalistic behavior looks like in transition to human behavior.

6) Animal versus Human Behavior

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p<>{color:#000;}. As a logical model explained in the e-book “The Logical Meaning of Life”, life here on Planet Earth is a refinery for souls through the design of reincarnation where souls start as immobile, single-cell algae where you do nothing but exist since your needs are taken care of by photosynthesis, like an introduction to life and existence … followed by reincarnating through a chain of animal lives where your body and mind evolve to eventually reincarnate as a human being … and, then continue to reincarnate until qualifying as an angel one day to escape reincarnation and live forever as an immortal.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, life on Planet Earth is an intelligent design to produce angels out of souls … and, as explained in “The Logical Meaning of Life”, no detail seems to be wasted, where phenomena like love, gender, children, and sexuality seem to serve specific purposes and teach lessons in life.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Karma from life to life through reincarnation would explain why not all babies are born equal … where babies can be born with unique personalities as well as differing physiologies, including genetic advantages and defects.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, for the sake of evolving souls, reincarnation from animals to human beings serves to teach animals about selfishness first … and, then transition to living lives as human beings to learn other people have got needs and feelings similar to you … to develop empathy and ethics as you try to balance your needs with the needs of other people … and, then qualifying as angel when you figure out this balance to achieve goodness and harmony as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. You need to learn about selfishness first in order for you to vicariously empathize with other people to know how they feel inside in order for you to care for other people … for example, you need to know how to soothe your own pain before you are able to soothe the pain of other people.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Since selfishness can result in injuries and deaths, animals would live in the wild away from human civilizations so harm to human beings can be minimized.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, there are many species among animals so that one specie might view other species as a means to getting what they want, as food for example … where predators and preys would fight and struggle as different species … but, among human beings, there is only one specie so you would think in terms of one community and relate to other human beings so you would recognize needs and feelings in other people to be similar to your needs and feelings (therefore seeing yourself in other people).

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p<>{color:#000;}. Inherently, there are hints and clues that humankind was designed to transition from the use of physical force like animals to using our brains to solve problems: Like the proportionally bigger size of the human brain compared to all other animals, the lack of fur on human bodies where physical damage can produce long-lasting scars (if not permanent scars), and the human ability to speak with complex languages and concepts so that problems can be resolved simply by two human beings sitting down and talking without resorting to a test of physical strength and ability.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, because of our ability to talk, relate, and reason with each other as the singular human specie, we needed ways to treat each other fairly and equally and developed concepts like laws and ethics as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Our ability to talk to each other and exchange invisible ideas from our minds have also produced bodies of knowledge like science and math.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, the speed of reincarnation seems to be rushed since the number of human births significantly outpaces the number of human deaths … which suggests souls of varying quality would be drawn into the human population to fill the bodies of so many newborn human beings … therefore, increasing the concentration and manifestation of animalistic habits and behavior among human beings as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As explained in the e-book, “The Logical Meaning of Life”, this rush leads to side effects like autism and ADHD which are typically characterized by a lack of social abilities while dwelling within the mind … which, relative to the design of reincarnation, is because these souls are still exploring the intricacies of their existence and haven’t gained enough experience to interact and behave like human beings yet … and, their lifestyle and behavior is more reminiscent of quiet, solitary animals exploring life on their own in the wild.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, please note autism and ADHD exemplify extremities outside of the expectations for “normal” human behavior so that they become noticeable … meaning, they cross a threshold and become labeled as “disorders” relative to social expectations … however, among the huge human population, there should logically be problems of varying degrees that are harder to detect and quantify, especially if there is no science designed to identify and address animalistic behavior among human beings since no science recognizes human souls as potentially being the reincarnation of former animals … and, modern science tends to view human beings as the product of evolution from animals so that scientists would study human beings as being similar to animals (including in psychology, etc.) … instead of viewing human beings as the evolution of souls beyond animals.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, to help us understand this transition from animalistic behavior to human behavior, perhaps we can simulate what it’s mentally like to be an animal … and, then figure out how souls evolve toward human behavior (and toward angelic behavior).

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p<>{color:#000;}. As an animal, the noises you make mostly convey your emotions, like how a dog might bark when angry or while seeking attention … or, might whimper if they feel submissive, hurt, etc.  Their emotions are also manifested in body language, such as when dogs wag their tails, for example.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Without complex languages, animals cannot share and discuss experiences and would instead be isolated within their bodies, which focuses their minds on their physical actions without being distracted by activities like talking … and, by design, animals would work on honing their “Sus” abilities and body-control, including the coordination of body parts with the mind, spatial memory, and the numerous other ways the mind is involved in controlling the body … and, animal bodies tend to be stronger, faster, etc. compared to human bodies, therefore exaggerating and intensifying these individual capabilities for the sake of systematic “Sus” learning, in preparation of having a human body, including standing and balancing on two legs, which requires significant mastery of “Sus” abilities to do … before becoming capable of thinking and talking while doing other things at the same time as human beings … and, with enough “Sus” training as animals, you won’t stumble over your bodily actions (so you won’t be “clumsy”), therefore allowing you to focus on using your mind instead of your body … and, while using your mind and talking with other human beings, empathy becomes easier to develop when you recognize other people have thoughts, feelings, and needs similar to yours while discussing and sharing experiences with them.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Without empathy and objectivity, there would be a lack of ethics among animals where animals of the same specie would fight with each other over food, mates, etc. … where the threat of injury to oneself would typically cause a weaker animal to yield … as result, animals would establish a “pecking order” based on physical abilities.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, animals are willing to steal from each other due to a lack of mental scruples … and might only hesitate to steal due to the potential threat of suffering physical harm from a peer who is bigger and stronger.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, even vegetarian animals like cows, deer, goats, etc., would fight each other … especially over the right to mate.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, animals don’t rely on words, conversations, and diplomacy to solve problems … if they feel strongly about something, they will fight for it … or, if they feel threatened enough, they will flee … also known as the “fight or flight” response.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, animals won’t have concepts like “property”; instead, anything lying around seems to belong to the strongest animal who wants it … and, among human societies, such as to keep life fair and equal, people are allowed to earn and keep possessions … and, the underlying reason why you should respect someone’s “property” is empathetic because of the conceptual understanding that someone spent time and energy to gain a property and therefore would be upset if that property should be stolen or damaged … in the same way you would be upset if your property was stolen or damaged.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, among animalistic human beings, there are those who would steal and break laws without qualm … and, the source of their willingness to do these evil deeds become obvious when viewed as animalistic reflexes being transferred into human bodies … like how animals would growl and bark to scare away other animals to get what they want … so, when these souls are transferred into human bodies, they would use threats (including with weapons like guns) to scare other human beings into giving them money, goods, etc. … because these are their reflexes and habits from their previous lives as animals being transferred into human bodies.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Besides human beings acting like vicious alpha animals, other human beings would follow the law because of the fear of consequences for breaking the law, such as in fear of getting caught and punished … so, therefore, would behave due to a perceived threat to oneself … similar to the behavior of beta animals.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, without a logical understanding of ethics, then even people who behave like beta animals will be willing to steal when they feel they can get away with it.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Whereas, someone with a logical understanding of ethics will choose not to steal based on mental reasoning and scruples … regardless if anyone is looking or not.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Please note the concept of a “conscience” is assumed to exist in people, including evil and animalistic people, such as where it’s assumed that people know right from wrong but might choose to do evil anyway … but, the underlying psychology seems to be more emotional in nature … specifically, people and animals can anticipate emotions, such as so beta animals would yield to alpha animals because beta animals can anticipate alpha animals getting angry and hurting them if not yielded to … and, as an extension of these feelings among human beings, emotions like anger and hate become associated with “evil” while smiles and happiness are associated with “goodness”, which might be often true but not always true … so, therefore, the “conscience” is the product of mistaken association and is the ability to anticipate emotions and not the ability to tell right from wrong … like the ability to foresee someone getting angry at you should you steal from them.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, consider how a son might hide his poetry from his father should he be able to anticipate his father not liking poetry and getting angry if he found out; so, this is not the difference between good and evil but the act of anticipating and avoiding certain emotions.  Or, why people would tell “white lies” to spare loved ones from bad feelings; meaning, “white lies” mean to avoid certain emotions while lying and deceiving your loved ones doesn’t seem to be inherently good.  Or, why Christmas would be viewed as “good” when people give each other presents which can cause people to smile, but not necessarily logically good due to the consumption of the planet due to the arbitrary custom of exchanging gifts on a certain date that seems to mostly benefit businesses as people spend their money on presents for the sake of social rituals (or, due to selfish expectations of receiving presents, you can appear “bad” or like a “scrooge” to other people when you don’t hand out presents).  Or, why some people would act like clowns, making a fool out of themselves; but, when people laugh at their antics and pay attention to them, then it appears to be “good” and “rewarding” to the clowns.  Or, how giving money to the homeless can cause them to smile, which is not the same as logical goodness, as described in a previous section.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, animalistic people might choose to ignore their “conscience” and do “evil” deeds (or, more accurately, perform actions that they know would anger other people) if they feel they can get away with it without getting caught (flight) or assume they are strong enough to deal with the consequences (fight) … where going against their “conscience” might result in feelings of uneasiness caused by fear that they might get caught, get punished, get arrested, ruin their life, get killed, or whatever … because people can anticipate people’s feelings, emotions, and reactions therefore can anticipate potential trouble from doing certain actions.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This is applicable to other concepts like self-control around food, drugs, and other stimuli, also known as “impulse control” … such as where an impulsive person would self indulge because this feels good and leads to smiles and happiness, which is interpreted as “good” from a selfish perspective … such as while seeing no immediate threat to themselves and while assuming there will be little or no consequences so that there would be no reason in their minds to stop them from indulging.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, trends related to impulse control problems, like obesity, lend credence that the speed of reincarnation (such as due to the high human birth rate) is flooding the human population with animalistic souls.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, animalistic people can be labeled as “short-sighted” and “self-absorbed” because of their focus on their selfish needs and desires while ignoring people’s feelings and point of view and the logical consequences of reality.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Whereas, wisdom and intelligence can be defined as one’s ability to mentally predict the future (like the previous example of what perfect decisions you can make if you had the power to see into the future) … and, people can anticipate the future through their understanding of reality based on the present and past, such as through math and science; therefore, they are viewed as smart and are valued among mortal creatures due to their ability to promote life and contentment due to their ability to prepare and plan for the future.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In contrast, animalistic people would be focused on pursuing what they want while mindlessly ignoring consequences … because they are busy focusing on what they want, opposed to consciously deciding to ignore consequences.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This can lead to care-free behavior like “party animals” where human beings would focus on the intensity and frequency of having “fun” while not thinking about consequences to their health, finances, future, dignity, etc., especially while acting stupid and reckless in “party”-like situations.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Animalistic people in the modern world would likely work jobs because they need money to survive … but, then dedicate their free-time chasing stimuli, especially intense stimuli like sex and drugs … and, would often develop tunnel vision pursuing these stimuli so that they don’t seem to care about finding any other purpose to life … as if content with re-experiencing the same stimuli over and over again.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, when these animalistic human beings run into trouble, they tend to resort to “fight” and “flight” responses like animals.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Like, for example, there are people who seem willing to yell at people regardless of logic and reasoning, despite if they are wrong or at fault … meaning, they will yell at you if they are angry at you for any reason … and, should their emotions keep intensifying, some of them are willing to shove you or resort to using threats, physical force, weapons, etc. … and, these are examples of people who use “fight” to resolve their problems, therefore resorting to loudness, threats, and physical force to win arguments.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Then, there are those who would run away, including committing the crime of “hit and run” by fleeing the scene after causing a car collision … or deny their fault using words, therefore fleeing from consequences through denial and deception, especially with lies … and, these exemplify the “flight” response among human beings.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If you think about it, if you cause damage to someone’s property, it takes much courage and conviction for you to seek out the owner of that property and hold yourself liable in order to right the wrong, for the sake of your goodness … and, typically, something in your mind has to convince you to get yourself in trouble, such as because of mental concepts like religious beliefs (such as because you fear spiritual punishment for your bad deeds or feel you’ve got a spiritual reward to gain for your goodness) or because you can empathize with other people as if that property belonged to you, and you would want other people to take responsibility if they damaged your property.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Hence why modern justice have to rely so heavily on forensic science because so many people would deny and lie about their guilt due to the perceived threat to their freedom and convenience, contrasted to accepting responsibility for what they’ve done as a matter of good and evil.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Besides forcing one’s will onto people or fleeing from consequences, animalistic responses can surface anywhere, especially where emotions run high and where reality is hard to accept … like, for example, should you inform a parent their child has died, they might react with a “No!”-reflex because they don’t want this reality and is mentally fleeing from it … in comparison, someone asking, “Are you sure?” or “How did it happen?”, shows some degree of acceptance of reality, such as while asking questions to try to understand the new reality.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Animalism, such as due to the speed of reincarnation, would explain the high crime rates in the modern world as people act selfishly and are willing to lie, cheat, steal, cut corners, and commit crimes to get what they want, such as while lacking mental reasons to prevent them from seeking unfair advantages to themselves at a cost to other people … including committing many crimes that go unnoticed by the police … so much so that modern police departments seem to be overwhelmed as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This is further reflected by mundane examples like how many people seem willing to speed and run stop signs while driving, which serves their selfish purpose to get where they want to go faster as a form of impulse control problem … therefore demonstrating a willingness to cut corners for selfish gain especially when they think they can get away with it (such as because the police isn’t looking), contrasted to conceptually understanding and respecting the purpose of law and order.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, animalistic people tend not to take time to conceptualize reality, such as to appreciate why speed limits and stop signs would exist … nor try to understand everyday science like how overeating can lead to fatness and unhealthiness, that wild drug consumptions like binge drinking can lead to consequences, etc. … instead, animalistic people tend to focus on their desires without thinking about the consequences and justifications … such as while imitating what friends do and/or what they see on TV shows, commercial ads, etc. … such as while focused on filling their schedule with “fun” while avoiding mental exertion.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Should someone caution animalistic people about consequences and reality, such as out of concern for their benefit, animalistic people might get upset because they want to do things their way.  A mild example of an animalistic rebuttal might be, “You’re no fun!”  A stronger example might be, “Mind your own business!”

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, from the selfish perspective, animalistic people tend to react based on whether they like something or not, in disregard to science, logic, common sense, etc.  And, they might resort to making excuses, verbal attacks like name-calling, physical attacks, etc., to get what they want or chase away what they don’t like.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Including examples where people would admit, “I can’t help it!”, which seems to suggest they realize they need to gain control over their reflexes, emotions, and impulses … but, this utterance can often have no meaning as they continue to behave in the same way … because, in actuality, they have no interest in controlling the behavior because doing it gives them what they want.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Animalistic people might want things so badly, they will take short cuts despite knowing it might be wrong, such as while saying things like, “I can’t help it!”, which indicates their selfishness is winning over their “conscience”.  And, there is no reason in their minds to keep the impulse in check, such as because they haven’t explored the details to understand why it’s right or wrong or why they should care.  Nor, are animalistic people likely to consider alternative ways to getting what they want the right way, like delaying gratification, doing work to earn it, etc. … instead, animalistic people will likely develop tunnel vision, focus on what they want until they tempt themselves into taking it, get angry at any opposition, and say things like, “I can’t help it!”

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p<>{color:#000;}. Then, there are examples where individuals would refuse to listen to any reason or sense and make themselves unpleasant and indignant to dismiss anything opposing their selfish desires … such as while barking and screaming like animals, perhaps even shoving or attacking people if their emotions escalate … which, from an objective point of view, is making themselves ugly on purpose to chase away opposition … and, in essence, these scenarios exemplify animalistic people forcing their will onto people, as opposed to convincing people to do things based on justifications and reasoning and gaining people’s consent through the agreement of minds.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Please note those who make excuses do not necessarily intend to deceive … like, for example, people charging impulsive purchases on credit cards might reason to themselves, “I can afford this!” or “I guess I’ve got to work harder!”, etc. … which are vague justifications that people might say while yielding to their desires rather than intentionally misleading themselves … meaning, they are busy focused on desires while mindlessly making excuses to quickly address and dismiss other concerns.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, the modern culture of high credit debts lend support how the speed of reincarnation is producing animalistic people who would lack impulse control and therefore would mindlessly rack up debts as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Routinely joking around is also potentially a sign of animalism … where the minds of jokers are typically fantastical and whimsical in nature (contrasted to being realistic and logical) so that they present their thoughts as something funny like a joke … but, in actuality, those jokes reflect how they think and hence why they would be able to say those jokes; meaning, people cannot joke without thinking that way.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Those who joke about sex, drugs, etc., reveal how their minds reflexively drift toward those topics … and, for example, it would be typical for former animals to think about sex because it’s normal for animals in the wild to regularly search for mates and therefore think about sex because that’s typically what animals focus on in the wild … and, when transferred into the body of a human being, this person would still be thinking about sex often … and possibly joke about it as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, it’s up to each individual to refine their habits and find justifications to change or keep their habits … like the habit of thinking about sex, for example, which will torture you with horniness and perhaps drive you into rash actions as result … and, please note horniness is driven by your mind thinking excessively about sex to the point your body responds, similar to how you would salivate and feel hungry when you think too much about food.  And, modern life seems to be filled with sex appeal as a byproduct of capitalism because sex sells (therefore generates profit), which gets many people thinking about sex, which tortures them with horniness so they would end up pursuing sex, and possibly having children as result (to justify the sex or as an “accidental” byproduct) that contributes to the speed of reincarnation that produces more animalistic people who will buy more things, think about sex, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Keep in mind should the design of reincarnation exist as I describe it, then it would be normal for everyone to transition from animalistic behavior toward human behavior.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, as we recognize and pay attention to other people’s point of view, we would develop notions where we would treat other people in the same way we would want to be treated by them, etc. … therefore developing concepts like empathy and goodness as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, it’s up to each of us to learn how to control ourselves to ensure only good behavior and good actions are produced by our bodies.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, people like “jokers” haven’t learned to control and refine their thoughts yet … meaning, they are still focused on their selfish fantasies which they seem to recognize as inappropriate and improper, hence why they would laugh about it … meaning, they haven’t learned to replace their “funny” thoughts with mature and meaningful thoughts yet … and, this is likely because they haven’t evolved beyond focusing on the pursuit of basic impulses of intense pleasure like sex, drugs, etc. … and, therefore personifying what animals would sound like if they could speak through the bodies of human beings to regularly insinuate and joke about sex, for example.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In the modern world, we might accept “jokers” as “normal” if not “funny”, but this is likely because modern people don’t recognize the transition from animal to human behavior as a concern … and, we might mindlessly accept the modern world as how life is and how human beings behave … especially while the human population is filled with more and more people who behave like animals … meaning, people are born into this “normalcy” and have got nothing else to compare this reality to.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Does this imply angels lack a sense of humor? … they would most likely consider cleverness as funny … contrasted to laughing about sex and drugs, which seems to be more of a response laughing at embarrassment such as out of feeling naughty and guilty.  For example, try to figure out why a “dirty joke” (which alludes to images of naked people engaged in sexual acts) should be funny to anyone other than due to immaturity … and, some people would prefer crude humor because they think in a similar way, such as while not comprehending clever and sophisticated humor.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In the e-book “The Logical Meaning of Life”, I have explained how concepts like love drive people toward empathy and objectivity because you are attracted to people therefore need to learn how to act in a proper manner to be accepted by the people you are attracted to … therefore, motivating you to paying attention to the thoughts, feelings, and needs of other people while in pursuit of love.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In contrast to pursuing consensual love among human beings, animals seem to often rape each other in the wild … meaning, animals cannot talk about it, consent, etc.; so, male animals would typically force his way onto females who might put up a fight but seem to often capitulate such as to get it over with quickly rather than to drag out the experience.  And, as we know, there are plenty of cases of rape among human beings … and, this might be another sign that animalistic tendencies are being carried over to human beings, such as due to the speed of reincarnation.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, similar to thievery and other crimes, rape can be a matter of getting caught versus getting away with it for animalistic people … contrasted to a matter of empathy and morality.  Meaning, a rapist would be focused on their own desires and viewing people as objects and means to getting what they want rather than considering how victims might feel.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Since the fear of trouble and legal consequences can keep people in check, most people learn the rules and behave like human beings while in pursuit of love and sex … and, learn new concepts like empathy while bonding with people and respecting them.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Then, people can further learn about empathy, objectivity, science, etc., by having children, by focusing on the thoughts, needs, and feelings of other people through their children … such as while exploring the details of goodness while teaching their children how to be good or else suffer from their children’s bad behavior … meaning, parents are compelled to teach goodness to their children in order to maintain peace and order in their family.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Ideally, this would shift the mind’s eye away from selfishness and outward to include other people and the reality around you … where you would view yourself as one person out of many, such as while viewing yourself as a member of a team like your family.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This way, you would become more aware of your behavior and become more willing to control your behavior as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, this can transition people from selfish, animalistic behavior toward empathy and objectivity as human beings … and, toward learning goodness and becoming more angel-like as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Otherwise, imagine what a zoo heaven would be like sharing it with selfish, animalistic angels … this will eventually turn heaven into hell against eternal time.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, this concern of converting immortality into hell might also be applicable to people with religious qualms who fear spiritual punishment for evil deeds and/or seek spiritual rewards for doing good deeds … if you become an angel and enter heaven, then what will motivate you to continue your good behavior?  As result, you might not know what to do with yourself in heaven.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, in order for souls to be able to handle and deal with immortality forever and ever as angels, they would logically need to understand why good is good … and, find meaning and reward from doing good deeds … and, therefore be able to handle unfamiliar quandaries in the future should they be able to reason out goodness to keep heaven heavenly due to their logical understanding of goodness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, should angels design and guide the future of the universe, their conceptual understanding of good and evil is crucial to ensuring their ability to make the right decisions based on sound reasoning and justification … with enough wisdom and science to foresee the consequences of the choices they make as far into the future as possible, to therefore foresee subtle consequences from what appears to be benign choices in the present.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, this can only be achieved through much practice and refinement, hence why reincarnation would exist for souls to evolve life after life because it’s often difficult for people to change, such as perhaps requiring traumatic and “life-changing” events (including deaths, injuries, legal consequences, etc.) to occur before people learn new ways to behave.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Especially in the modern world, it’s hard not to be swayed by the masses and be different among so many animalistic people who view drugs, sex, etc., as “fun” and “cool”.  Furthermore, animalistic people might force their way onto others by bullying people who differ from them, making it hard to oppose their ways … and, relative to their selfishness, picking on people might be “fun” and exciting to them.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, this world is not a stranger to the number of people who would bully, ridicule, prank, and otherwise mistreat people for selfish fun and other reasons … in the same way animals would challenge each other to establish a “pecking order” … hence, another example of how animalistic behavior seeps into the human population such as due to the speed of reincarnation.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In practice, animalistic people would often blindly focus on their selfish fun and pleasure as if relying on “luck” and “trial and error” to get what they want (which is how animals behave in the wild, if you think about it) … and, when they encounter “error” and trouble, they would typically resort to “fight” or “flight” to get out of trouble, such as in disregard of ethics, responsibility, morals, and goodness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In contrast, immortal angels don’t rely on “luck” and “trial and error” to guide them and the universe … instead, they use deliberate wisdom and science to carefully plot and plan the future to flourish and spread goodness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, the angelic design for evolving minds is for souls to learn about selfishness as animals, learn about empathy and objectivity as human beings by recognizing other people have needs and feelings similar to yours, and then learn to balance the needs of everybody in fairness, equality, and goodness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, the huge population and high birth rate on Planet Earth seem to make this difficult by speeding up reincarnation so animalistic behavior becomes prevalent as animalistic people gather in numbers … which produces problems like how many people are willing to casually break laws such as by speeding and running stop signs while driving, etc. … such as to the point you appear “uncool” should you care about and obey traffic laws or otherwise behave righteously … and, appear “uncool” if you don’t partake in sex, drugs, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In other words, it seems animalistic people have saturated the human population in large numbers to the point they are normalizing their animalistic behavior, such as while labeling it as “cool” … meaning, the angelic design of life seemed to have been stretched to a breaking point by the high birth rate while people live like animals focused primarily on having fun and multiplying.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, in the wild, animals would lack science and may produce more offspring than the environment can support, which can lead to mass die-offs as result.  And, modern human beings seem to mimic this behavior by mindlessly producing children like it’s the meaning of life without considering the ramifications and consequences.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Including examples like how poor people who cannot afford to support their own lives will have children anyway, which adds to their burden and stress in life … and, can we expect their children to be raised well should the parents show a lack of judgment by having children they can’t afford?  Might the parents become too busy to properly care for their children while working harder to pay for the additional financial burden?  Can the parents afford resources and medical care the children might need?  Realistically, poorly raised children seem to be the likely outcome.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In general, having children doesn’t seem to be a seriously planned decision … where the masses seem to view having children as something you’re “supposed” to do … perhaps often decided by hormones.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, often, it’ll take until people are old with exhausted libidos will people finally stop pursuing sex and seek other meanings to their lives … perhaps finding their lives to be wasted on selfish pursuits like sex, drugs, partying, and such to have nothing meaningful and enduring accomplished as result … with a life gone by spent chasing after transient pleasure and excitement doing what so many people have already done before … which can appear empty, pointless, and regrettable when the sex hormones wear off with age.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Overall, this might be in part because Planet Earth seems to lack any collective purpose … instead, modern life seems to be about competition, capitalism, and consumerism where people are expected to work for their share of resources, consume those resources, and eventually die … such as while people hope technology can evolve to extend life longer and longer, but for what? … so, people can live longer and consume even more materials?

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p<>{color:#000;}. The arrangement of the modern world, such as because of capitalism, seems to expect individuals to seek their own meaning of life, which most people seem to find meaning from sex, drugs, and the consumption of goods, services, media, etc. … which is similar to the lifestyle of animals to live and consume enough resources to be happy and healthy enough to mate and produce offspring … and, this is because capitalism is structured for people to live in isolated groups of friends and families while interactions with the bigger world community (and strangers) tend to only involve business and the exchange of goods, services, and money … meaning, humankind seems to have no direction or purpose as a specie other than to consume the planet.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This is contrasted to a world with philosophical cooperation to give the world a purpose, such as for everyone, instead of working toward self-interest and enriching themselves, to work toward logical goodness and harmony like an ongoing global discussion and effort … meaning, specifically, should people work to seek goodness and harmony, then the world should logically grow better and better as result … and, we know a limited number of machines and factories can produce all of the essentials everybody would need; so, why force people to produce junk and work hard for money instead of dedicating human energy toward seeking better ways to live?… and, people can look forward to new ideas and new realities that make life better as they age from year to year … contrasted to the sameness in the current capitalistic world where the notable differences from year to year is what’s available for consumption, like the release of new technological gadgets, for example.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As result, the modern world seems to resemble an “animal farm” in many ways … where the masses herd into isolated groups of friends and families to produce offspring across time, such as while the governments and businesses exist to figure out how to keep consumer goods and supplies flowing into people’s homes … like a human factory focused on sustaining and increasing the population.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, since the masses live in private isolation, the masses will not likely know or care about the big picture for the planet … instead, it’s up to every individual to learn the big picture on their own … such as while capitalism condone and promote consumerism so that people are willing to consume the planet without much thought or regret … such as while the planet is covered with trash and pollution as result … while the masses live their isolated lives similar to animals living in dens … probably until the planet is worn out such as due to “Global Warming” and other eventualities.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As noted how the design of life means for souls to turn the mind’s eye away from selfishness and outward to incorporate people and reality to evolve empathy, objectivity, science, etc., the collective focus of humankind on Planet Earth (such as exemplified by capitalism) is currently aimed at selfishness and has not evolved toward a reality-driven focus yet … such as to recognize that people need to coexist, that we need other people to be happy, and that we live in and share a planet that we need to care for … therefore, recognizing these realities and addressing them the best we can.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Instead, consistent with animalistic behavior, the current course of selfish competition and consumption will likely continue because animalistic people are getting what they want and are having mindless and repetitive fun in the process … probably until environmental problems become visible and major enough such as causing mass destruction and deaths to finally drive animalistic people to react and seek changes … or until humankind accidentally cause our own extinction.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, by describing how the speed of reincarnation is flooding the planet with animalistic souls so that the modern world is filled with selfish people consuming the planet while ignoring concerns like the environment, am I suggested an inevitable end for humankind?

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p<>{color:#000;}. For as bad as things appear to be here on Planet Earth, there is a “Somis” (the science of angels) concept called “Romi” that logically guarantees the future fate of the universe.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Let us next examine how the universe has an intrinsic way of fixing and correcting itself … and, how the concept of “Romi” can foretell our future.

7) Romi

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p<>{color:#000;}. Concerning “Global Warming”, scientists are foreseeing climate change in the future for Planet Earth based on evidence in the present, and some governments seem to be taking some action, but the masses at large seem to be ignoring the warning signs … meaning, the masses are not enthusiastically raising alarms and making demands for their leaders to address the health of the planet … and, the health of the planet will take the cooperation of the masses to fix and maintain.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, there are fundamental root problems not being addressed like how capitalism requires the harvesting of materials, the manufacturing and selling of goods, such as while producing an endless amount of pollution in order for people to make money to buy food and goods to survive in this world … because capitalism is conceptually defined to circulate money in this fashion … as such, we need to question the wisdom of continuing the capitalistic economy due to the piling up of consequences … where problems are being identified prior to devastation and calamity, but most people seem to be ignoring the warning signs … as such, the problems will logically keep building up and compounding.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Until eventually, like the earlier example where a person might not learn to stop using phones while driving until after causing a car crash, humanity might have to face a large scale planetary reaction that might result in mass destruction and mass casualties before humankind will finally react and do everything possible to avoid repeating this mistake again.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In the meantime, animalistic behavior seems to prevail as the masses exhibit short-sightedness, denial, and flight from reality to ignore sound scientific reasoning concerning “Global Warming” in favor of consumption and other acts of self-interest … living like a giant herd of oblivious animals … which can be characterized as reckless and blind from the objective point of view.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Such as while the modern world has a ridiculously high crime rate, where murder is so common and “normal” that most people don’t seem to pay attention.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Perhaps individuals feel helpless to do anything that can fix these big problems … as result, people become numb to these problems and focus on their personal lives instead … such as while hoping and expecting the governments of the world to solve these problems … such as while many in the masses are contributing to and benefiting from the problems.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As far as governments are concerned, democracy dominates the geopolitical landscape of the world … and, democracy doesn’t seem to place an emphasis on logical concerns … instead, it seems to appeal to the emotions and selfish needs of the masses.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, a politician who promises to scale down our consumption, sacrifice the economy and transportation in favor of cutting down on pollution, ration electricity and fuels, and other measures in response to “Global Warming” will not likely be elected … campaign slogans like, “Less for everybody!” or “Austerity for our survival!” will be less appealing to the voters compared to someone who promises more jobs and more money for the masses.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, both democracy and capitalism seem to be at odds against concerns like the environment by electing leaders who are supportive of the people’s hedonistic appetite for materials and personal gains … because democracy and capitalism are both about giving people what they want, which means catering to the selfishness of the masses.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, why it seems inevitable that humankind will run into logical and scientific consequences for such heedless behavior.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As result, this e-book about logical good and evil can sound so pessimistic and gloomy about humanity’s future because this reflects the current state of the world … and, the current state doesn’t look logically good … instead, it looks like the human herd is headed for disaster and charging toward self-destruction.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If I should describe how life was designed by angels and how we should strive to become like them, therefore suggesting angels exist, then how did humankind end up on this path of self-destruction?  Can’t angels guide us as well as I suggest they can design?

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p<>{color:#000;}. As far as I can tell, this was because an evil angel we can call the “Devil” came to Planet Earth and wanted dominion over humankind.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, while doing so, the Devil gave himself a title to put himself above all kings and emperors and called himself “God” … and, this suggestion will likely cause an emotional knee-jerk reaction especially within readers who believe in “God”; and, this e-book filled with logical reasoning will likewise need to prove this claim with evidence, explanation, and whatever else possible to show the validity and truth to this claim.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Let us start by pondering whether “God” exists; and, let’s start by considering how Moses was credited as the person who wrote multiple books in the Holy Bible, such as the Books of Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy … and, note how Moses was selfless in his writings and credited his actions, abilities (such as acts of miracles), etc., to an invisible “God” … which meant from the point of view of the people around Moses, since no one else could’ve seen or interacted with “God”, that Moses was talking to a voice in his head as far as anyone could tell.  And, Moses worked with extreme courage and faith, through events like arguing against an Egyptian Pharaoh who had the power to put him to death, relying solely on this invisible “God” to tell him what to do … while Moses sought no glory for himself and instead insisted that his actions be attributed to the guidance of “God” … and, psychologically speaking, Moses’s behavior was consistent with “God” having existed; or, at least, Moses believed so.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, his behavior wasn’t consistent with a con-man or some other form of liar because there was no obvious benefit to himself … instead, Moses credited his activities to “God” and lived and died that way, such as while glorifying “God” and not himself, doing everything he could’ve done to ensure people remembered and believed in “God” rather than himself … therefore, demonstrated selfless dedication to convincing people of something he passionately believed to be true.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This is contrasted to other religions from the ancient world which typically personified natural phenomena during a time when science didn’t exist so that people used metaphorical stories to try to explain nature, like how one “god” would ride a horse to cause thunder or how another “god” would weep to cause rain, etc., to explain natural phenomena in terms of human-like activities.  In the absence of science, there would have been no other explanation to offer; so, hence, stories about supernatural ghosts, spirits, and “gods” would’ve been a natural extension of people’s imaginations to explaining nature.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Whereas, “God” interacted with Moses like a person, such as through conversations and discussions; and, Moses recognized the significance of these supernatural experiences and recorded the specifics down, such as for the benefit of everybody to know that “God” existed.  And, in modern times, if someone wrote about hearing voices in their head, we would tend to view this as a sign of schizophrenia or some other form of mental disorder; but, instead, the voices Moses heard along with the events witnessed by people around him led to the rise of “Judaism” … convincing a large group of people into placing their faith and entrusting their lives and wellbeing to this invisible “God” instead of viewing Moses as crazy or insane … which, overall, suggested something happened to gain the trust of so many people from that period of time.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Otherwise, imagine yourself meeting Moses in real life where he explains to you he hears the voice of an “almighty” “God” in his head, that this “God” created everything and is “all-powerful”, and that you should change the way you live your life because of this “God”.  Unless Moses can offer you proof, chances are, you will think he’s crazy.  As such, something must have happened to convince a large group of people that “God” existed.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The evidence is consistent with events having occurred that not only convinced people that Moses wasn’t crazy but also charged people with enough excitement and energy to spread the news about “God” … and, the evidence is more consistent with “God” being real and having some powers to manipulate reality (and physics), hence why people would’ve believed in the “God” of a bunch of escaped slaves, rather than there being evidence of a hoax.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, let’s move on to determine if “God” is good or evil … and, helping Moses and his people doesn’t automatically make “God” good because, if you consider the point of view of the Egyptians, they didn’t do anything to provoke the wrath of “God”, so why did “God” act against them?  And, even the Holy Bible specified that “God” made a choice to favor one group of people as his “chosen people”; Deuteronomy 14:2: “For thou art an holy people unto the Lord thy God, and the Lord hath chosen thee to be a peculiar people unto himself, above all the nations that are upon the earth.”  As such, did “God” discriminate between people for good or evil reasons?

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p<>{color:#000;}. As a reminder, this e-book detoured to question the existence of “God” while exploring the problems of the modern world such as “Global Warming”, the high crime rates, and other imperfections … which, those who believe “God” is “all-powerful”, “all-knowing”, and such will have to believe “God” intended for the modern world to be filled with so many problems … which begs the question if “God” is so “perfect”, then why is Planet Earth so imperfect?  Is this because his plans are so mysterious that no human mind can understand why there is so much evil in the world?  Or, might the Devil have boasted and bragged that he was “perfect”, “all-powerful”, and such without the ability to backup his claims … and, after Planet Earth became so flawed under his misguidance, he came up with excuses such as claiming his “perfection” is so hard to understand that it can look like evil to us? … meaning, if you want to claim to be “perfect” and “all-powerful”, then be sure life is perfect first or else people can logically question the lack of perfection … therefore suggesting that the Devil made these claims without thinking about all of the implications first.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Instead, the behavior of “God” is more consistent with the Devil egotistically boasting and bragging about his abilities to establish himself as an alpha animal over humankind, which is consistent with the behavior of a selfish, animalistic angel … otherwise, a perfect entity shouldn’t need people to recognize their alleged “perfection” and definitely wouldn’t require people to have faith in their “perfection” under threat of eternal damnation and such.  The claim of “perfection” is more typical of flexing muscles, swelling oneself up, barking about one’s abilities, and other acts of intimidation to make oneself look big and powerful, where individuals would claim to be “the best”, “#1”, etc., while they’re emotionally trumping themselves up and making egotistical claims that aren’t meant to be taken literally and should be interpreted as boasts and brags.  For example, if you see a business claim to be the “world’s best”, you’re supposed to recognize it as an “exaggeration”.  In the same way, you’re supposed to question if the absolute claims of “God” being “perfect”, “all-powerful”, and “all-knowing” are facetious, should you be not afraid to question “God”, which believers of “God” should question why a “perfect” being would need to resort to threats and fear-tactics, such as about hell and damnation, to rule people’s hearts to create “God-fearing” people … and, please note it’s more stereotypical to expect the Devil rather than “God” to resort to threats, terrorism, and fear to rule people, which is consistent with the behavior of alpha animals where they would make themselves vicious and ugly so you would yield to them.  And, this describes the behavior of “God” as told by churches and the Holy Bible filled with various death threats and stories about how “God” tortured, “punished”, and killed people … and, is thoroughly consistent with what you would expect from an animalistic Devil.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Otherwise, a truly perfect being should be able to convince people of their perfection through their actions, decisions, and words without making demands that people believe in their “perfection” … meaning, their actions will simply be recognized as perfect by observers.  Whereas, instead of demonstrating his “perfection”, wisdom, or his mastery of the universe, “God” tends to threaten people, including over matters like the circumcision of men; Genesis 17:14: “And the uncircumcised man child whose flesh of his foreskin is not circumcised, that soul shall be cut off from his people” … which is not wisdom but is bully-tactics, such as to say, “Do as I say or else I’ll hurt you!” … hence why these religions are called “God-fearing” faiths due to so many threats and terrorism from “God” that secured faith, subjugation, and worship from people through fear … which is consistent with how an alpha animal would behave to threaten and attack others in order to establish dominance over everybody else.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If so, why did “God” help Moses and his people?  The events from the Book of Exodus are consistent with an inexperienced, evil angel that is the Devil seeking subjects, such as revealing himself to Moses to proclaim himself as “all-powerful”, “all-knowing”, and such, flexing his muscles and demonstrating what powers he had to free Moses and his people from Egypt … but, then, after they escaped Egypt and the excitement died down, “God” suddenly found himself catering to the mundane needs and business of people … and, so, he seemed to have learned from the experience and never had another relationship with an individual like he has had with Moses … and, the proxy-style miracles started and ended with Moses after the Devil found out ruling directly over humankind meant he had nothing to gain from mortals while mortals had everything to gain from him … and, since then, he has changed his mind and never directly revealed his involvement the way he did with Moses … meaning, it was a learning experience for the Devil for him to discover he didn’t want to “serve” mortals while acting as their direct ruler … meaning, he didn’t want to be engaged in a direct give-and-take relationship with mortal beings; instead, the Devil opted to act less conspicuously and more self-serving in the future.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, the Devil experimented on Moses and his people to try to figure out what he wanted from Planet Earth.  And, from the experience, he discovered he can end up “serving” people if he interacted with them since relationships tend to be two-way streets.  As such, Earth History would have this one and only episode where the Devil experimented with direct “rule” over a group of people, similar to a king or an emperor, and discovered he hated the experience, hence why he never done it again.  And, as a reminder, “God” came to Moses and referred to himself as “Lord”, as was transcribed in the Holy Bible, therefore revealing his intention was to rule over Moses and his people.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, perhaps, might some of this have been caused by the emotions and misinterpretations of human beings to distort the nature of “God” across time?  Is there any way for us to examine the mind of “God” more directly?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Should “God” be invisible to everyone except for a select few, then perhaps we can judge his character by his interactions with the chosen few.  For example, if we assume that Moses transcribed the things “God” said to him into the Holy Bible, then we can glimpse into the mind of “God” through the words he dictated to Moses, such as while Moses acted like his secretary or messenger … implying we can judge the character of “God” using words attributed to him in the Holy Bible.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, from the Book of Genesis, it is well-known that Adam and Eve consumed the fruit from the “Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil” and were banished from the Garden of Eden by “God”, which is also known as the act of “Original Sin” … and, this shows the mind of “God” to be illogical and unjust because Adam and Eve were incapable of telling right from wrong PRIOR to eating from the “Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil” but yet were blamed and punished as if they intentionally chose to do evil.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Therefore, “Original Sin” seemed more like the sin of “God” in blaming Adam and Eve for what they’ve done prior to being able to judge right from wrong.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Furthermore, what’s wrong with being able to judge right from wrong? … why did Adam and Eve deserve to be banished and sentenced to death? … after all, because “God” kept Adam and Eve away from the “Tree of Life”, he ensured Adam and Eve would eventually die as result … so, in essence, “God” admitted to killing Adam and Eve for something they’ve done while they weren’t able to tell right from wrong … and, by implication, “God” can be blamed for all subsequent human deaths since then because he unjustly kept humankind away from the “Tree of Life”, which ensured human beings would be mortal and can die … if we assume the creation story to be true.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, there are reasons to believe the creation story isn’t true, notably because of the many discoveries made by science that contradicted the Book of Genesis (and many other parts of the Holy Bible).  If so, then why did “God” tell these lies to Moses?  Did the Devil make up stories like the genesis of the universe to impress Moses as egotistical people tend to do while pretending to know something they don’t know?  Or, perhaps, “God” had to tell Moses something because he claimed to know everything, so therefore should be knowledgeable about the genesis of the universe by implication (such as where “God” bragged he knew everything, and Moses replied, “Wonderful!  Please tell me how the universe started!”, which caught the Devil off guard because he didn’t think about all of the implications for claiming to be “perfect”, “all-knowing”, and such); and, it seemed likely that Moses came up with the idea of writing a Bible with “God” and therefore suggested the genesis of the universe as a great way to start this book (because it’s doubtful the Devil would have suggested writing about something he didn’t know; as such, it seemed more likely Moses suggested writing the Bible) … such as because Moses sought guidance on how he and his people should live their lives after escaping from Egypt and settling down to live mundane lives.  And, the story about Adam and Eve, along with other stories, was the result of Moses faithfully believing in “God”, therefore sought wisdom and guidance from him … and, perhaps, the Devil’s stories were sufficient to convince the ancient world but became obviously flawed relative to modern science and education … and, as a side effect of preserving these words from ancient times into the modern times as the Holy Bible, we can behold the flawed words of the Devil as result … meaning, the Devil leveraged his knowledge and abilities as an angel to fool ancient people … and, it took evolutions of human knowledge, especially through science and education, before humankind became capable of recognizing the many flaws and inaccuracies in the words of “God” … to therefore be able to recognize that the Devil lied to ancient people in order to trick them into faith and worship … and, for us to recognize the Devil through his actions and treacheries as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Even if the story about Adam and Eve was false, we can still glimpse into the mind of “God” to see how he thought he was right to blame Adam and Eve for what they’ve done prior to being able to tell right from wrong.  Otherwise, if “God” was so “perfect”, “all-powerful”, and such, then why did he allow for the inclusion of this flawed story into his Holy Bible?  At what point does “mysterious ways that human beings can’t understand” stop being sufficient as an explanation and appear like an excuse instead?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Perhaps Moses interacted with the Devil by accident? It doesn’t seem likely since the Bible attested to the “glory” and “power” of “God” to no discernable benefit to the Devil; and, besides, should “God” be “perfect” and “all-powerful”, then he should’ve been able to prevent the Devil from inserting corrupt testaments into his Holy Bible.  Nonetheless, are the flaws and problems of the Bible only isolated to Moses and the Old Testament, or are there additional proof elsewhere?  Should the Devil be a real angel as I claim him to be, then there should be evidence of his existence and his evil deeds to be found from other times.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, the circumstances surrounding the tortured death of Jesus Christ in the New Testament appeared to have also been the work of the Devil.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Specifically, instead of dying for people’s sins and such, the death of Jesus Christ would have made more sense if you assumed Jesus was spreading goodness in the world to the point the Devil became irked and wanted Jesus dead … and, so, the Devil worked his influence on human beings to cause the arrest and brutal execution of Jesus through crucifixion.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Then, when people questioned why someone as good as Jesus had to die in such a brutal way under the watch of a “good” and “all-powerful” “God”, such as raising questions how “God” could’ve allowed it or why he was so powerless to stop it, the Devil seemed to have responded by spreading lies to quell the people.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, instead of admitting Jesus died because of his evil hate, he convinced people that Jesus died because of familial love as the “Son of God”.  Meaning, consistent with an unintelligent, elementary liar, he simply called “hate” by its opposite as “love” and claimed that Jesus died because of “love” instead of “hate”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. He further enticed people with a “benefit” in exchange for the death of Jesus, saying his death served as a sacrifice for people’s sins … therefore, suggesting people were better off with Jesus dead because people have got something to gain from it … which seemed like an obvious lie since “Original Sin” wasn’t “forgiven” and humankind wasn’t welcomed back into the Garden of Eden as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. To further quell people’s concerns, the Devil also claimed that Jesus was “resurrected”, which suggested people had no reason to be angry because Jesus didn’t die, as if to say “no harm, no foul” … and, again, we can see signs of a simplistic liar to call “death” by its opposite as “life” to produce the claim that Jesus was “resurrected”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Such behavior was consistent with a panicked liar blurting out a series of lies, to say things like Jesus died out of “love” and was “beneficial” to cleanse people’s sins, which should’ve been a non-issue anyway since Jesus didn’t actually die and was resurrected … and, the lies became convoluted as the Devil told additional lies to elaborate and cover up his earlier lies … for example, if Jesus were divine as the “Son of God”, then you could’ve asked, “Why wasn’t he immortal and died like a mortal instead?”, which was counteracted with claims that Jesus didn’t die … which implied his brutal death on the cross was just for show and was deliberate … which were likely nonsense and lies told by the Devil to distract from the fact that Jesus was brutally killed … and, the Devil spewed lie after lie to mislead and deflect people’s concerns.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Overall, the details of these events and subsequent explanations were more consistent with the Devil seeking to and succeeding in killing Jesus Christ first and then coming up with excuses and lies second to cover up his evil deed, which then he had to come up with even more lies because his earlier lies weren’t convincing, didn’t make much sense, and were filled with logical flaws.  And, he seemed to have kept lying until people stopped questioning “God” and resumed to have faith … including creating convoluted concepts like the “Holy Trinity” or the “Godhead” that claimed “God”, Jesus, and the “Holy Ghost” were the same but separate entities at the same time … perhaps silencing people’s concerns out of confusion alone!

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p<>{color:#000;}. Assuming the Devil is “God” can also answer age-old questions like how can the Devil exist if “God” is so “powerful” and “perfect”? … because they are the same person!

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, the concept of a “Devil” was likely a “necessary” fabrication of the Devil because he knew he was flawed and imperfect while claiming to be “perfect” as “God” … so, therefore, he invented the “Devil” to explain why bad things can happen if “God” should be so “perfect” … which neglected to explain how the Devil could’ve existed in the first place should “God” be “all-powerful” and “perfect”, especially since “God” has allegedly destroyed the world with a flood, destroyed places like Sodom over wickedness, etc.; and, we are expected to believe he keeps the Devil around for some unknown reason, while preventing and frustrating the full expression of his “perfection”? … instead, this is more consistent with the Devil lying impulsively to get whatever he wanted … and, despite he ended up fulfilling his own description of the “Devil”, his original intent was likely to blame someone fictitious as a scapegoat to justify his failures and imperfections while claiming to be “perfect” as “God”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, the purpose of this e-book is not about proving “God” to be the Devil; only a sample is provided … for more discussions about this topic, please visit GlowingGuy.com.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Instead, the purpose was to show there is evidence in Earth History that the Devil, as an evil angel, interfered with Planet Earth … hence explaining why there appears to be a beautiful and intelligent design to life as I’ve described and attributed to good angels while Planet Earth can look so flawed and broken at the same time because of the Devil.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, among his evil deeds, the Devil defined goodness as having faith in him … such as so he could establish dominion over humankind to get humankind to worship him … as a consequence, people aren’t exploring logical goodness because goodness seemed to have been defined by religions … or, at least became a matter of faith and belief, such as making it a question of whether you believed in “God” or not instead of questioning why good is good and evil is evil.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Relative to Earth History, there was evidence that the Devil herded people toward blind faith; please recall there was a period of time that God-fearing religions would label science and other dissident thoughts as “blasphemy” and tortured and executed people who contradicted church teachings … which therefore forced blind faith and “God” onto the masses.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Relative to history, imagine how shocking and disappointing it would have been to have been a religious devotee who believed in a “perfect” “God” during the rise of science … like during the discovery that human beings and the universe existed prior to the supposed time of creation of Adam and Eve and the universe (which biblical scholars calculated based on details like the age of individuals in the Bible; please note these scholars calculated the dates of biblical events out of faith, such as while expecting mathematics to support the reality described by “God” to be able to find things where “God” said they would be at, such as while not suspecting the stories to be fabrications of the Devil) due to the scientific evidence offered by fossils, cave paintings, etc. (and, the creation story in the Book of Genesis doesn’t account for dinosaurs, the ice age, early man, etc.) … or, the discovery of ancient civilizations (like Egypt) unaffected by Noah’s flood … etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Imagine what life would’ve been like if “God” told humankind about the dinosaurs, the ice age, early man, and so forth … and, science kept finding evidence to support everything “God” said … then, this would’ve been what a perfect “God” would’ve been like! … and, science and religions would’ve been united in this hypothetical world since there would’ve been irrefutable proof that “God” was indeed perfect … and, this would’ve been what a cooperation between humankind and “God” would’ve been like … but, unfortunately, our reality features a “God” who has been proven wrong many times over … where, science cannot find evidence to support many of the details in the Holy Bible and instead find contrary evidence … as if the Bible described a parallel fantasy world that borrowed names of cities and tribes of people known to us in history.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Across time, these experiences of shock and awe about how wrong “God” could be seemed to have been forgotten and ignored with time … and, newer generations born into this unholy mess are taught not to question “God” and have blind faith, so hence why these past experiences would be forgotten and ignored because people are choosing to be blind, like a knee-jerk response to an overwhelming number of wrongs so massive that people are shutting them out in favor of not questioning any part of it … and, this blind-stubbornness seemed to have caused the modern-day separation of church and state as well as science and religions … because people insisted on believing in certain beliefs despite of contrary evidence, logical flaws, etc. … and, their numbers and actions like a mighty herd forced society to respect, make room, and accommodate their beliefs.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, as a side effect of the separation of science and religions, science seemed to have ignored questions about morals and spirituality, which left good and evil as domains of religions by default … hence, why people don’t typically seek spirituality from a logical point of view and would pursue spirituality through faith and religions instead … which makes good and evil very arbitrary, faith-driven, subjective, and often based on ancient beliefs as result … meaning, the human concepts of good and evil aren’t evolving with time … and, the modern measurement of an individual’s good and evil seems to be limited to their criminal record and credit score.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, across time, it was likely the influence and work of the Devil (since he demonstrated his ability to influence people during other times) to try to keep people numb and dumb, such as by the fact how Christian Europe was filled with alcohol throughout its history … similar to how an autocrat, pirate leader, gang leader, etc., would ply their subjects with alcohol to keep their subjects satisfied … besides alcohol, the modern world is also saturated with all kinds of other drugs … so people would be forgiving of reality and content with ugliness and confusion … and, perhaps why people haven’t questioned the nature of “God” despite of the many obvious flaws described above.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Perhaps, in this same state of numbness and faith, people are willing to ignore the warning signs of “Global Warming” because the fate of the planet is assumed to be the responsibility of “God” by the large number of people who believe in “God” … or, simply because people don’t care as long as they can numb themselves with drugs … which, for those who believe “God” is “all-powerful” will have to believe it’s the intentional design of “God” to flood the modern world with so many drugs.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, for God-fearing people, the consumption of the planet while in pursuit of selfish pleasures is fine as long as you maintain your faith in “God”.  And, there is limited incentive for them to worry about the scientific and logical consequences of their deeds and actions, including on the planet and environment, because the faithful believe the final judgment is reserved for “God”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, the faithful masses would assume a higher authority would be in charge of the course and fate of Planet Earth … as if the planet is the “property” of “God” rather than something that can be fouled up by human activities … and, because of this dependency on “God”, people can act like children who count on their parents to take care of the big problems in life, therefore leaving the faithful masses free to enjoy drugs, sex, fun, etc. … and, this should be fine to them as long as they maintain their faith in “God” because goodness is defined as having faith.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, should “God” turn out to be the Devil claiming to be “powerful” and “perfect” over humankind like an alpha animal, such as while focused on gaining something for himself from Planet Earth rather than guiding us toward survival and goodness, then this would mean the planet is headed for disaster … and, this would explain why Planet Earth is in such an imperfect state in the present … and, why scientists are predicting even more problems for the future, such as due to climate change.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In case you were wondering if other angels are acting to stop the Devil, they are likely doing so already and wouldn’t want to directly involve humankind because involving us can be fatal to us, such as because people will likely get angry at the Devil and want to fight him, etc., EXCEPT no one is capable of hurting the Devil because he is an immortal angel while the Devil is capable of hurting us! … so, what is there to gain should angels involve humankind? … instead, it seems humankind has everything to lose.  As such, it seems logical that smart and good angels would’ve foreseen this and therefore would’ve worked directly on dealing with the Devil without telling us to minimize the involvement of humankind since there’s nothing we can do about it anyway.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, Planet Earth ended up in the current state of high crime rates, the apocalyptic threat of “Global Warming”, lack of logical spiritual guidance, animalistic and selfish behavior among the people, etc. … because of the sins of the Devil.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This seems to be an accurate description of the present-day Planet Earth that this e-book will not sugarcoat or lie about, such as in attempt to sell more books by plying you with feel-good emotions and promises of a bright future … especially since this e-book is free so I’ve got nothing to gain by deceiving you.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, from interacting with angels (see GlowingGuy.com for the details), I’ve learned there is a “Somis” (the science of angels) concept called the “Romi” that guarantees the future of the universe … therefore foretelling the eventual fate of the Devil as well.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In an universe that is infinite in size and time, there seems to be the mathematical possibility that Planet Earth will be duplicated over and over again such as in parallel universes … and, this concept is known as the “multiverse”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, the “multiverse” would probably be true if the universe is random.  But, randomness would imply there would be no karma and no justice … where evil deeds can go unpunished while good deeds can go unrewarded.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The concept of “Romi” explains this is not possible because only a good and fair universe can survive the test of time … otherwise, an universe with an imbalance will reach an eventual end and extinction against eternal time … so, therefore, no one would know about it nor care, as if it never existed.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Therefore, since we exist, we can infer our universe survived the test of time.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, mechanisms like karma have to work in order for people to evolve to eventually learn logical goodness to balance their selfish needs with the needs of other people to achieve harmony … because only a harmonious universe can survive forever and ever.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Otherwise, if someone like the Devil managed to destroy everybody else in the universe, then, the Devil would suffer from eternal loneliness that would drag on and on that would eventually lead him to insanity until he would want nothing but to die, and he would likely succeed destroying himself in the end should he have been able to destroy everybody else … then, this universe would’ve had no surviving witness as if it never existed.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If the Devil, for example, found some way to escape karma, then he would need to keep escaping karma lest his accumulated karma caught up with him, which would’ve produced some sort of hell as result of the aggregation.  And, because there would’ve been a need to keep escaping karma, the Devil’s actions would’ve become more and more desperate with time, which would’ve logically drawn in more and more souls into the fight in response as more souls got affected … which then would’ve made the universe less and less viable as result … and, would’ve resulted in utter destruction in the end as the Devil grew infinitely more desperate to keep escaping his karma.

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p<>{color:#000;}. If the Devil killed most of the universe and kept some people around like pets to play with, then the mechanisms of life would’ve logically broken down, like the design of reincarnation for example, making such things like conversations impossible with time since reincarnation was designed to evolve the minds of souls so that they will be able to converse using words as expressions of their minds … besides, it’s doubtful prisoners of the Devil would be good conversationalist; for example, what would they talk about if they could talk? … meaning, people’s bodies would’ve eventually become nothing but toys to the Devil, and the Devil can only play with people’s bodies so many times before it gets boring and repetitive … which will become hellish boredom when dragged out against eternal time … such as so the Devil would’ve eventually wanted to kill himself living a life without any meaningful relationships and a general lack of meaning to life.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In principle, consider how a king who lives a life filled with privilege day in and day out for eternity will eventually grow sick of this repetition; even if this king traveled the world, pursued different sports and leisure, engaged in role-play like pretending to be a peasant, etc., eventually, there will only be so many places to travel to, so many things to do, and so many roles to play before they are repeated; eventually, this king will want a meaning to explain why he should continue this endless repetition … these are things mortals might enjoy doing with a limited life prior to dying, but will become repetitive and boring to immortals against eternal time … as such, the Devil’s desire to be alpha animal by claiming to be “God” over humankind is shortsighted; it’ll eventually become a never-ending repetition and boredom against eternal time.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As was explained in other works by GlowingGuy.com, such as “The Logical Meaning of Life”, there is only a finite number of ways to interact with the body, which will become inevitably repetitive should a body be able to live forever; instead, true happiness and meaning to life can only be found within the mind.  As such, angels find eternal happiness through helping people, such as by finding excitement, fulfillment, and a sense of accomplishment when they help produce new angels across time … and keep themselves entertained by implementing planetary designs to see how many new angels they can achieve … such as while striving to make the universe more and more beautiful.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Which means angels find eternal happiness by building up and spreading goodness, which is the act of creating things … compared to the Devil who seeks selfish gains through harrying and leaching off of other people like a parasite … which means he’ll eventually run out of things to steal, damage, and destroy should he keep growing stronger.  And, should that happen, such as if he conquered the universe, his eternity will eventually become a hell of ruins and deprivation; and, this would happen because of his unenlightened personality, because his fun and pleasure are dependent on doing evil onto others, which would depend on people existing and willing to create beautiful things for him to take and ruin, which would’ve been eventually exhausted should the Devil have kept taking and destroying; otherwise, why should people keep trying if the Devil kept ruining things?; as such, the Devil would’ve ended up dooming himself to eternal hell lest he learned to find happiness through goodness and harmony … as is also true for all souls; for example, criminals cannot run a planet or else they’ll run out of things to steal and take from people and die from starvation as result lest they established law, order, and goodness in order to acquire food to feed themselves!

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, evildoers tend to only view life from a narrow, selfish perspective such as while not realizing they need other people to be happy … and, empathy, objectivity, and logical goodness stem from this fact that people need to cooperate with each other in order to find happiness in life.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, angels find eternal happiness by working on the infinite-sized universe to keep building up and spreading goodness everywhere … and, since goodness is beautiful and the universe is infinite in size, then angels will never run out of things to do … like imagine traveling from one angel planet to another to behold the wonders and beauty of each unique planet … which would make the universe a wonderful place to live in and life a rich and worthwhile experience.

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p<>{color:#000;}. While for the Devil, I have discovered through my interactions with angels that he has trapped himself in a reality that will become his hell for a very long time, by his own doing … and, that Planet Earth and the universe will soon be freed from his influence … but, this doesn’t guarantee humankind won’t run into planetary trouble prior to being freed from the influence of the Devil … and, it might actually be because of planetary problems that will end up chasing the Devil away.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Because the details are lengthy, the entrapment of the Devil is not discussed in this e-book; please see GlowingGuy.com for details.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Because the Devil’s powers are limited now, it seems safe for me to reveal him to the world and describe the evil things he has done to our planet, such as for our understanding so we can work on undoing the damages for our own benefit.  And, should the Devil be no longer able to hurt humankind, this doesn’t mean humankind cannot hurt humankind.  Which means, for all intents and purposes, we are on our own in the meantime as the Devil has not let go of his clutch on Planet Earth and is in a purgatory-like state of being stuck, which is preventing him from directly harming us, but is also preventing other angels from helping us … as such, it’s up to us to do what we can to preserve and improve our own lives, i.e. – use science and logical sense to help ourselves … until the Devil decides he has had enough and finally lets go of Earth and move on to deal with his self-created hell.

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p<>{color:#000;}. At face value, my suggestion that the Devil or “God” came to Planet Earth to seize power and then “accidentally” trapped himself in hell might be hard to believe … but, the “Romi” is similar to the tale of someone’s brush with death, where, because a survivor is telling a story of escaping death, the story would include details where death was avoided by mere inches and by split-second decisions … or else, should the storyteller have died, then this person wouldn’t have been able to tell you the story … or, if there were no near-death experiences, then there would have been no story to tell … thus, a tale of survival would be intrinsically incredible because of the circumstances that made it worthy of attention in the first place.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, in essence, the “Romi” describes how the universe survived … so, therefore, would be filled with details of near misses and narrow escapes.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Otherwise, if the Devil had “won”, he would’ve ended up killing that version of the universe so that universe would’ve become extinct of life as if it had never existed.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, therefore, the universe can only survive if evildoers suffer from karma and consequences for their actions, learn their lessons, and become good in the long run so that harmony and goodness can prevail for the universe to last forever and ever.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Because of the “Romi”, evildoers need to recognize that doing evil is futile because you’ll end up paying for it because of karma … so, why do any evil at all but to torture yourself eventually?

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p<>{color:#000;}. As result, concepts like dharma, universal justice, fairness, harmony, goodness, and such all seem to be inevitable side effects of the “Romi”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This should not be viewed in terms of human justice (such as involving the police, courts, forensic science, jails, etc.) because human justice is imperfect so that individuals are capable of escaping justice, especially in the present state of Planet Earth … instead, view the “Romi” relative to the manifestation of karma across time and lives.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, the concept of the “Romi” is similar to the “trippy” concept of death described in the e-book “The Logical Meaning of Life” where, by the design of reincarnation, death will erase the memories from all flawed lives where you failed to become an angel and died … therefore, you will eventually end up recalling only living one life where you became an angel.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In effect, the “trippy” concept of death implies you will one day become conscious, aware, and born into a human body where you will experience growing up, doing all sorts of good deeds, and making all sorts of good decisions to become an angel and live forever and ever as result … and, never recalling living any other life or knowing what death feels like.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Similarly, the “Romi” suggests that if we are alive and conscious in this current universe (especially since immortal angels exist in our universe), then this means our universe cannot fail.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Otherwise, a failed universe would’ve came and went without anybody knowing … meaning, no one can “wake up” in a failed universe since everybody dies eventually, therefore everyone will lose all memory of that universe due to death, as if that universe never existed.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, therefore, if there is conscious awareness in our universe, then this means our universe survived … and, this further implies our universe will survive forever.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In this way, because of the “trippy” concept of death coupled with the concept of the “Romi”, the design of the universe is for us to individually “wake up” to experiencing living only one life where we become angels in an universe that strives for a good and happy harmony and survives forever as result.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, this wonderful eventuality guaranteed by the concept of “Romi” might be hard to imagine in the present because of the influence the Devil has had on Planet Earth for thousands of years … meaning, evildoers are capable of harming and torturing others … but, the “Romi” guarantees that evildoers will eventually get their just deserts … like how the Devil seemed to have trapped himself in a self-created hell … and, the Devil didn’t “earn” his hell by not causing significant harm.

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p<>{color:#000;}. This means you’re not prevented by the “Romi” from doing evil deeds … instead, the “Romi” explains that the only universe that is capable of surviving the test of time is one where you receive karma in response to doing evil deeds.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, individuals like the Devil can rise and then fall … and, relative to the “Romi”, it’s inevitable that he does fall because it’s the only universe that can survive … any alternative version of the universe where the Devil “wins” would’ve ended in failure so that everybody died and no one would’ve had any memory of that universe.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, you can expect to pay and be rewarded according to your deeds because of the “Romi” … and, it should be viewed like a “law of nature” … therefore, people should plan their deeds and actions accordingly while keeping the “Romi” and its side-effects in mind … similar to how you wouldn’t want to jump off of a tall building because of the presence of gravity, unless you planned on hurting or killing yourself.

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p<>{color:#000;}. In essence, if the universe can only survive if every action has an equal reaction because of karma, then evil people will end up harming themselves and will keep harming themselves until they learn to stop doing evil deeds … whereas, good people wouldn’t mind having good things done to them when good deeds produce good consequences … as such, good will prevail as a matter of time as good people enjoy good consequences while evil people cause harm onto themselves because of the existence of karma.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, this is the logical nature of the universe described by the concept of the “Romi” … simply because all flawed versions of the universe will eliminate themselves eventually, leaving no witness as if they’ve never existed … therefore, leaving us to live in the one universe where concepts like goodness, harmony, fairness, and justice prevailed.

8) Conclusion

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p<>{color:#000;}. Due to the “trippy” concept of death where souls “wake up” remembering only one life where they become angels, along with the concept of the “Romi” where souls can only “wake up” in a good universe that survives forever, then why don’t people just kill themselves in suicide until they wake up as angels in a good universe?

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p<>{color:#000;}. This might sound valid at face value until you consider the amount of pain and suffering you would go through during the process of suicide … after all, suicide is not a painless experience.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, if life is good enough to be worth living, then suicide would not be worth the trouble, and living life would be preferable over killing yourself.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, the fact that there are so many people willing to commit suicide, therefore choosing death over life, in the present world on a regular basis indicates this planet does not fare well … which is indicative of what the Devil has done to us and our planet while playing “God” … where many people would find it unbearable enough so that they would undergo the pain and suffering necessary to end their own lives in order to escape from it.

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p<>{color:#000;}. While other people deal with the stress, pain, and suffering of life by turning to religions for answers.  And, since religions tend to be based on beliefs and faith, religions can feel like following instructions while hoping to do good and be rewarded based on faith, contrasted to logically figuring out why good is good to be able to reason out questions of morals and ethics.  As result, during stressful and emotional situations, during moments of temptations, etc., even pious people can fail to do the right thing, especially should many religious beliefs be based on ancient ideas that are not applicable to modern day situations.

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p<>{color:#000;}. For example, if a couple lose their daughter, their religion might say to have faith in “God”, his “wisdom”, and his “mysterious ways” … while, in actuality, the logical explanation might be as simple as that their daughter went to a party filled with friends who were drinking, and one decided to drive drunk, which unintentionally led to the death of this girl … and, there are many lessons that can be learned about how people mindlessly seek fun through drugs, how fun should be balanced with responsibility, etc., that do not involve “God” or religions and involve common sense instead.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Or, should a father die due to a heart-attack, religion might tell the surviving family members to have faith in “God”, therefore instructing them to swallow their emotions such as while learning no lessons from the experience … while, in actuality, the deceased father might have eaten too much red meat without exercising, even after receiving multiple warning from a doctor, but continued his lifestyle because it made him happy … and, ended up killing himself due to reasons that are already well known to science … which might sound like he died doing what he liked doing; but, why was his life so meaningless that only eating red meat was capable of making him happy?  Was there no other reason he wanted to live for, to motivate him to diet and exercise for?  Or, did he eat morsel after morsel of red meat on purpose, hoping to be delivered away from his “God-awful” life?

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p<>{color:#000;}. In actuality, attributing bad things to “God’s plan” and his “mysterious ways” is euphemism for saying “God” is purposely causing bad things to happen people … including causing “Global Warming”, high crime rates, and other problems of the modern world … simply because the Devil boasted and bragged to be “perfect” and “all-powerful” while claiming to be “God” … which has the side-effect of implying every bad thing that happens in life can be blamed on “God” for either directly causing it or failing to stop it … as such, the Devil should have thought about these implications prior to claiming to be “perfect” and “all-powerful”; unless the world was perfect, he should not have claimed to be “all-powerful” and in charge … or else, he would be claiming credit for all of the imperfections, including every war, every “accident”, every death, pain, and suffering, etc.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As result of this unholy mess, people tend to not seek logical answers to life and would instead often “pray” for answers and get no response … and, then end up swallowing their emotions such as while leaving issues unresolved, which might cause problems to compound and multiply … which can lead to people losing their faith, killing themselves in suicide, or unleashing their stress in other ways.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, by interfering with Planet Earth, these are the side-effects caused by the Devil upon our lives … and, therefore are his sins and karma that need to be redeemed relative to the “Romi”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Even had the Devil not interfered with our planet, the angelic design of reincarnation doesn’t seem to suggest there is any hurry to become good since people will live life after life that they will likely forget anyway … contrasted to believing that you’ve only got one life to live, which should motivate you to try your best with the one life you’ve got or else possibly die with regrets and eternal consequences … so, why should people care about goodness should the true meaning of life be about reincarnating until you qualify as an angel? … especially should you forget every life where you failed to become an angel anyway; so, why should you care and try?

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p<>{color:#000;}. Hopefully, readers are understanding goodness should be done for the sake of goodness, such as for the sake of your happiness and the happiness of the people around you and the people you care about … so you can live in harmony and enjoy life as result … regardless of whether you live one life or multiple lives.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Meaning, the quality of life is a product of good and evil deeds and actions … and, the design of life, whether reincarnation exists or not, does not have a direct impact on the quality of your present life.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, please note having faith in “God” doesn’t seem to have any impact on the quality of your life either since bad things happen to faithful people anyway … instead, “blind faith” was something the Devil demanded from people, such as so he could pursue his evil desires and ambitions without people questioning him or judging him … otherwise, if you believe “God” to be “almighty” and such, then why would you pray to “God” to deliver you from bad situations that were supposedly caused by him anyway?  Hopefully, after reading this e-book, readers saw evidence that “God” is real but is the Devil … and, that goodness doesn’t come from praying to the Devil or “God”.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Instead, doing good deeds is what typically leads to good consequences … and, good is good because of the peace, harmony, and beneficial consequences it causes onto people.

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p<>{color:#000;}. At a basic level, if you acquire something the right way, by planning, working, and therefore intentionally producing a result, then you can at least find peace of mind that you’ve achieved the result properly … contrasted to someone who obtained a result by cheating or by taking short-cuts, such as by doing evil deeds, then this person have to worry about angering people who might seek retribution or perhaps worry about the police and getting arrested, etc. … because people tend to hate evil and tend to react negatively toward evil.

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p<>{color:#000;}. So, intrinsically, if you do everything the right way in life, then you would have a “clear conscience” without needing to worry about karma and consequences … versus a person who regularly lies will live in confusion while trying to keep all of the lies straight … and, someone who does evil has to worry about people’s hatred and what people might do in response to the past.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Overall, by exploring logical goodness, hopefully you can see why good is good … and, understand the reasons why doing good makes logical sense over doing evil.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As a reminder, logical goodness can be infectious because it makes logical sense; meaning, the rationality for logical goodness can stick in someone’s mind once they hear it … as such, doing a good deed can be as simple as explaining logical goodness to someone so they too can do what makes sense in the future … and, perhaps they will explain the logic to someone else in turn … which then can accumulate in effect in the world so the universe becomes better as result … and, this can be metaphorically compared to teaching people to fish instead of giving them fish.

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p<>{color:#000;}. And, the overall goal of this e-book is to try to make sense of what goodness logically should be … and, by making sense, hopefully you will think about it and incorporate this sense into your life … including details like how habits, behavior, and personality consist of reflexes, what the structure of the soul looks like, how the quality of your future is determined in the present by applying the experiences from your past, how souls learn to be selfish as animals to first learn how to take care of themselves and then learn empathy and goodness as human beings to learn how to balance their personal needs with the needs of other souls to achieve harmony, etc. … which I hope are concepts that will help you deal with and improve your life.

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p<>{color:#000;}. But, please note it’s difficult to do good if you routinely see people doing selfish and evil deeds, where they might benefit and possibly make you feel left behind as result (such as while their future bad karma is invisible in the present), especially if they pick on you for being good.  Implying goodness is easier to do when other people are good as well.  So, there is a benefit to sharing the concepts presented in this e-book or directly sharing this e-book with the people around you … so, you can hopefully be surrounded by logical goodness.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Should you be interested, please visit GlowingGuy.com for:

- Discussions about other topics.

- To tip me in appreciation for this free e-book.

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p<>{color:#000;}. The making of a better universe takes the cooperation of everybody because goodness cannot be forced onto people or else it would no longer be good.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Instead, cooperation is gained by consent through people’s minds, such as through logical understanding.

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p<>{color:#000;}. As such, I published this free e-book hoping to logically make sense out of good and evil in hopes of changing the world for the better.

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p<>{color:#000;}. Thanks for reading!

 


Logical Good and Evil

  • ISBN: 9781370492442
  • Author: David Chang
  • Published: 2017-07-09 00:50:09
  • Words: 32734
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