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Question 24

[1667] Question 24: "Is there a danger that the unification of life values and living ideas leads sooner or later also to a unification of the beliefs?"

[1668] Answer: In a society, more and more based on the division of labour, the pluralism of equal life values and living ideas and at all will only be able to realise unification on a more general level. The increasing complexity and intellectual depth of the world knowledge will bring with it, together with the continuing overall development of the world and its creatures, that one gets rid of all ideas that show reality only insufficiently. [1669] One will clearly recognise the limitations of the religions up to now and find their useful extension and absorption in the religion of love, if one does not come to terms otherwise. In this world, it is not the question to badger L for (one's own) irrelevances and otherwise to restrict oneself to the old plain everyday life, but to tackle and (jointly) to solve all problems actively. [1670] Differentiated development with creative ideas is just something else than a hammock religion. One does not waste one's time in futile and selfish rituals or exercises, but increases the total utility in the service to L. One does not cant along, but takes exactly the place at that one is mostly needed and that one fills best. [1671] One does not live for the moment or gets bogged down in the next best, but gets the most important effectively and efficiently first done. If these exhortations are area-wide internalised, one obtains a desirable unification of beliefs and a unity in diversity, in which everything develops towards L. The question is extended by the posing of the question what unified belief should be aspired to. [1672] The religion of love is a monotheistic religion with L as the most developed being at its top, to whom one can confide everything, what comes to one's mind, and who is there for one on like oneself is there for zer. Life is beautiful in the service to L, in which one receives the reward that one deserves. [1673] This service is not a wearing out on others, but a moderate rationing of zis possibilities and capabilities towards zis self-set aim of life, a perpetual alternation of appropriate effort and corresponding recreation, with proceeding development towards L, and in the up and down of life. [1674] To fight and to take the hardships and sorrows of the humans is a central concern of the religion of love, regardless by what they arose, i.e. without holding the respective karma against, since every entity reaches L, what way it soever took, and thus every creature has equal rights before L. We should remember this before we pass judgement on another creature. [1675] Although extreme hardships exist in our initial and probation world, it is from L just, since the principle of karma applies in it. L can justify everything and compensates everything acentricly. L is not all, because all is closed and thus unclosed at the same moment. Therefore, ze has a certain age, a certain size and is part of a development. Details can be found in the word of L. [1676] Ze is infinite and gives every creature eternal life as well as the equivalent or complete unification with zer at the end of the passing through all subsequent worlds. Nothing what exists is alien to zer. Ze has an infinite potential, from which ze can create everything. This potential was from the start and is ordered by the similarity of the substances, since the (most probable) principle of minimal distinction applies in it. [1677] Through substantial minimal alteration the world and then L emerged from it. Since our world emerged differently, we can conclude from this that it must be, measured against L and the universe, relatively young. There is nothing that one cannot clarify in a relationship with L. But one should consider that L relies on the autonomy and self-reliance of man, and prefers or disadvantages nobody. Therefore, not everything is answered here.

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