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Question 11

[1552] Question 11: "What relevance have suffering and happiness for the perfecting of man? Should ze aim at a happy life for zerself and all others and leave it at those conflict and suffering situations, which cannot be anyway avoided because of the insufficiency of all human, or should ze, for examination and catharsis of zis nature, if not create, so yet at least not want to eliminate situations of suffering?"

[1553] Answer: Much more important than the perfecting of the (own) person is the (almost entirely altruistic) service to L. Such a service makes it hard for L to let one seriously suffer, since then the service is usually prevented. Less serious to inconsiderable suffering is indication of a normal life with its ups and downs. Without suffering, we lose the feeling of what we should keep away from others. [1554] Through own suffering, we know what is important in life. L knows exactly what ze expects how when of whom. Who understands to make zerself indispensable for L, not only has nothing to fear, but experiences the highest happiness. From, on average, about one-tenth of zis time, L, and thus any living entity, maximally can say to spend time on things that really give pleasure. If one exceeds it, one is better off than L. [1555] Therefore, one will usually fall below it significantly, if one can say at all that something gives one really pleasure. Properly lived, life is, however, not a zero sum game, but characterised by the preponderance of good, which leads to happiness and fulfilment. Life is growth and development towards L. Some reach zer under much suffering because they behave wrong, others with joy, because they behave properly. [1556] Who misses the suffering should seek and shoulder it. Nothing is alien to L. One should get to know the world extensively, but without losing the right measure. On has not to have any experience, but one should have the useful ones. From, on average, about one-twentieth of zis time, L can say to spend time on things that really make trouble. L practically does not suffer, since suffering does not occur in the higher worlds. [1557] Ze suffers with the living entities of the lower worlds, which yet make up a tiny fraction of the total number. The question is extended by the posing of the question why there is suffering in our world in the present magnitude. Our world is an initial and probation world. Who is born new in this world, a life is due to zer that offers all the conditions to be able to serve L optimally and thus to live a fulfilling and happy life. [1558] All others find the living conditions that correspond to their karma acquired in the past life. The number of those who serve L optimally is vanishingly small, as one can recognise by their results. So the vast majority of humans prefers and preferred to accumulate bad karma. The more bad karma one accumulates, the more one must suffer, in whatever world. [1559] Unfortunately, in our world is so much bad karma that the suffering is widespread and justly must be spoken of a probation world. Much more unjust humans cannot be in this world anymore, especially versus L. Although ze gives everyone a fair chance, hardly anyone uses it. Since all attempts of L remained unsuccessful to lead the humans back on the right path, ze let them just suffer, since this is a language that they normally should understand. [1560] Zis ideas are recorded in the word of L. Thereafter, it is given to everybody to get permanently rid of suffering, since the almightiness of L makes everything feasible possible. Who accumulates bad karma and who is still well is not well for a long time. Not everything in this life is compensated or satisfied, but a lot. It applies the word of L. L admittedly stands above zis word, but ze adheres in the vast majority of cases to it. [1561] It would violate the divine order, if ze would still more intervene into our world. Ze does the most for those who are next to zer, and vice versa. Everyone can understand from the word of L what kind of behaviour has which consequences. It is given to mankind to stop the unnecessary suffering in our world. The freedom, granted by L, implies that humans must do this themselves. L will help them to this at any time.

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