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Commandment and Forbiddance

[936] There is only one commandment which we have to observe in all worlds and at all times, but it demands a lot from us. It reads: Be there for L like ze is there for you. This iambic pentameter is with us forever and it binds even L. All our estimated doings can be deduced from it. It is the law applied to every being. Each reward, each punishment and everything in between will be deduced from it.

[937] Every being can make use of it, even atheist and agnostic. To be there means more than mere existence: It means to do what is laid down in the word of L - for both sides - even if the commandment itself does not mention details. Because L is constantly there for us, we should also constantly be there for L (directly or indirectly) - without having to bear zer constantly in mind. We should have similarly high ideals like L.

[938] If ze wants the best for us, so we do for zer. The creation and development also includes the fellow men: By being there for them, we praise L. Forgetting L removes us from zer and thus annihilates our happiness in life. L never separates from us, whatever we do. We should do nothing that contradicts the word of L. Also a forbiddance follows from the commandment what will be explained below.

[336] It is forbidden insulting L publicly. If the legislation does not specify a penalty, L decides on the fine. An insult in this sense is a completely inadequate designation or a disfiguring representation - also of zis representatives in the religions. The thoughts still remain free, since humans hardly cannot think somewhat, because they cannot suppress a reference.

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