The universal law of virtue and sin

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The universal law of virtue and sin. If you are wondering whether there is a record of humanity’s virtues and sins, the answer is yes. If you are wondering if heaven and hell exist, the answer is yes. If you are wondering if it is possible to erase or atone for sins committed, the answer is no. You can only atone for sin by changing yourself and pleading for forgiveness with God and those you hurt.

If a person does ten good deeds and five bad deeds, he will be rewarded with ten acts of happiness and five acts of suffering. Nature does not do math, so he cannot take the smaller number away by using a larger one. For example, if a person does ten good deeds and five bad deeds, his five bad deeds will not be deducted from his ten good deeds. If a person does five negative things and five positive things, neither will be taken away, leaving a total of zero. He will, however, experience five good and five bad times in his life.

Some religions promise to atone for past sins; others promise that God will do so if one becomes a follower. Both idioms seek to provide men with the opportunity to change themselves and live meaningful lives. It has nothing to do with God; God will never interfere with human affairs.

Do not harm people, animals, or the environment, even if your religion says it is okay. Whatever a man does in this world, whether good or bad, has a corresponding effect. Although there is no way to avoid paying for one’s sins, the agony of punishment can be mitigated. If you have sinned, ask God and the person you have wronged to forgive you. Keep from committing the same or any new sins, and God will forgive you and lessen your punishment.

Reiki Master, Healer, Acupuncturist, Writer, Thinker, Speaker, Author.

1 Comment

  • Akshayaa February 2, 2023

    It is beneficial if we realize that the account of karma does not discriminate against anyone

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