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February 06, 2005


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good, right and moral are judgments of the degree to which a behavior or act is beneficial. there is another
blog i saw that you might wanna read. google ezsgblog+com/kxar

This world is a reflection, or a world of duality; male and female, pleasure and pain, up and down, in and out, profit and loss, good and bad, etc. Everything here comes in pairs or as in Newton's third law has a reaction. For every action we have an equal and opposite reaction. In my opinion good and evil events are just the opposite sides of the same coin. Ouside of oneness, we just have to experience both sides of the coin.

Thank you for your attention. ET

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