Why Being Good Is Not Necessary Dangerous Analysis

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90. The significance of ‘FRIENDLY FIRMNESS’ & Why Being Good IS NOT Necessary Dangerous?
• The incontrovertible key fact of Life is that Terrestrial Human Beings VITAL FORCE DEPENDS on and IS IN REMARKABLE CORELATIVE FUNCTIONING with JOY OF LIVING. If Joy of Living is Adversely Affected, from Whatever Reason, the repercussions, manifesting in Vital Force weakening, a substantial reduction, and health destabilization become evident! Therefore, in order to make a Mental Life a mellow and smoothening place, as an island in a still-turbulent ocean of animal ambiance with PREVAILING NEGATIVE TENDENCIES OF CONSCIOUSNESS it is NOT SUFFICIENT ‘JUST TO BE GOOD TO ONE ANOTHER’. Why? Undoubtedly, the Universal LOVE is not a widely accepted variation
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Also, the obtained mental image can be significantly inappropriate for the reality in relation to the complete and absolutely perfect mode of Existence. "These disproportionately light parts manifest themselves as ILLOGICAL DISPLAY OF SYMPATHY or ‘FOOLISH KINDNESS’. " From the endless list of instances, only couple are used here to illustrate the detrimental effects of the acts of ‘foolish kindness’: the support, with great feelings of sympathy, of swindlers & cheaters who abuse people under false pretense of being in life need, illness or misery & unconditional financial aid to the countries which plea for international assistance and donations the prosperous, politically correct …show more content…
The success formula is fairly simple one, the way Humans protect the ‘neighbors’, defined as a complex all-inclusive cosmological category and on all levels, they would be protected. Humans will experience wellbeing in the future by creating the wellbeing conditions for those they came in contact with at present. Therefore, logically that the existence of SUFFERING is the proof of unfinished processes by ‘ Nature’, and unfinished Human Being, and nothing else. Undeniably, the majority is still mentally inhibited and ‘misreads’ and misinterprets the purpose in ANYTHING, inclining to declare a ‘thing’ as ‘the cursed’. “In order to understand the purpose of Creative processes in ‘ Nature’, a man must learn to distinguish between unfinished and finished manifestations”. The more one is able to ‘decode’ Nature, the more ‘GOOD’ it will be for SELF and ‘THE OTHERS’. THE MIGHTY GOODNESS is the final phase in the Creation of TRUE HUMANE BEING, and Being GOOD brings many awards from being Happy to securing Happy FATE. (Quote from the article “Humankind in The Unity with God”, chapter #7, from the book ‘COSMIC

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