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THE MATHS OF THE LAW OF LOVE (FORGIVENESS) part one

Postby Justin White (kwame) » Sun May 04, 2008 11:30 pm

It has been said many times,

1: forgive and you shall be forgiven

This is a very serious statement. At the heart of this statement is a serious mathematical fact. Whenever laws are set in an imperfect society, the CREATORS OF THE LAW are perfectly aware that the "probability of people breaking it is positive"

Cause if no one will ever break it then there will be no need for laws.

Now if the probability or propensity to break a particular law is positive, it simply means it is just a matter of time before someone breaks that law. So what should be done then?

If there are laws in heaven, it means angels or people in heaven will one day break or have the propensity to break those laws. So unless we forgive law breakers and try to reduce the chance of them breaking it in the very near future, we may end up jailing or killing everyone.

To forgive someone is a way of showing that you are not perfect and may one day break a law established by someone.

The knowledge to determine what is wrong or right is what the creators of adam and eve feared in the beginning. This is because once humans can say what they think is right or wrong, even their creators can be declared someday to have broken humans laws.

Once you establish LAWS for people to obey and the probability that they can break them is positive, you can bet your last penny on my head that there will be law-breakers.

THE LAW OF LOVE says, love your neighbor as yourself and do onto others as you want then to do to you. Think about it carefully and you will see that you have broken people's laws many time over.


TO BE CONTINUED .....


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Postby Flake » Wed Dec 22, 2010 2:09 am

Hey i got an idea... why not kick all laws out.

There shall only be one law, and that is ; There shall be no law.

Hang on a minute, thats a law, damnit
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