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The Evil

[103] One could ask oneself now whether an eternal life is not an illusion. But L is interested in justice and preservation, the good preponderates therefore the destructive evil. Justice stands for compensation. We know the love and love stands for preservation of the beautiful. If the life would end abruptly, the love would be hurt. There would be no possibility of compensation.

[104] The evil is natural and also applied to L. In order to bundle and to be able to control it, L gave it the status of an own, powerful - due to its antagonist position - power with close borders. But the evil always requires its tribute, which one must pay to it. One realises this, if one refuses this to it on a large scale. One gets under the pressure of evil. One must thus permit the evil and can only reach the status of a saint, if one is irrelevant for the evil.

[105] L must thus permit the controlled evil and can handle it via compensation. The conception of compensation in the polyverse presupposes purely divine ability. Humans would create rather a world, which ze can control completely. This would be imaginable as subsequent world to the initial world for man: Man becomes a divine instance over a human world. But here is L different than man: Ze creates infinitely many worlds and compensates over all.

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