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Divine Order

[1083] L is immensely rich and ze is as well as ze wants to be. Nothing can escape from zer will. Ze gets rid of unwelcome tasks in the divine instances. Since these are very highly developed, ze has to expect of them no crucial disappointments. Because of the many liberties below zerself things happen again and again that run contrary to zer expectations, but everything within the scope.

[1139] What reason it should have that our universe exists, if its creator would not have a special interest in it? Without this interest develops, if at all, anything, but not the targeted that we find. The universe necessarily requires a (divine) order, so that the desirable develops in it. This must largely be considered in advance if one wants to adhere to the fundamental.

[1084] The divine order prevents the occurrence of rude surprises. Nevertheless, there are many occurrences in the worlds that L would know rather not occurred. Suffering, malady and evil are not in any world to eliminate in that it is worthwhile to live. They are, however, to minimise by the state of development of the creatures. Therefore, it is important for every creature that it learns its lessons. Hardships crop up in the highest worlds less and less.

[1085] The divine order is a, with every world level more complex, system of reasoned if-then-rules. There are rules unmodifiably fixed for a world, and rules that adapt themselves to whose development or in that the divine instances may intervene. There are rules that L inflicted on zerself to make zis judging and acting before the creatures transparent, predictable and controllable.

[1253] In the divine order, there is no principal if-then-rule since infinity cannot be reduced to the one and different standards of evaluation are permitted. Fundamental, however, are the statements: If L would not exist there would be no universe. If there were no superior personality that dominates the universe, then this would be for no creature a liveable space.

[1255] What a creature may never do is also not possible for it. If there would not be L and the divine order, a lot would be possible to a creature what it should never be able to do. If we would have complete freedom, we could try to take the position of L without having run through the required development to replace L equivalently. The divine order thus shelters us well from ourselves.

[1086] The control of L rests on the entirety of the divine instances. Every creature has the right to criticise L and to make improvement suggestions. The divine instances collect these, evaluate them and develop implementation proposals, which they pass to L, if they cannot implement them by themselves. Corrections of the divine order have scarcity value since L makes every effort with it and with every world.

[1087] Divine instances have a voting right according to their significance resulting from their state of development. Insofar there is a form of qualified democracy. Divine instances use their voting rights only within and below their world level since higher world levels overstrain them. Since they are always completely developed, related to the worlds that are entrusted to them, their voting rights can be easily weighted.

[1088] The relative completeness of these worlds simplifies the determination once more. Since each world level is in itself highly differentiated, there is a hierarchy of divine instances within each world level. Pro world level L is represented with a divine awareness, which is the highest instance of this world level. Each world level develops, since there are no upper limits.

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