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Laws of life

[1983] In this world, the law of the jungle is not the only law, since true strength becomes only possible from weakness. For, the one-sided exaggeration neglects the antipole, of which sight is lost because of its alleged relative irrelevance. This is the decisive reason why an up and down is necessary in life. This does not exclude that one can maintain a high level for a long time.

[1984] L does not know everything about the worlds, when ze creates them, but focuses on excluding the, in any case, undesirable, to prevent unwelcome surprises. So the creatures of the latest most complex world can discover things for zer that ze does not know yet. In this way, the omniscience of L is relativised, and L is willingly content to be imperfect in this and further fields.

[1985] The time of death of a creature is not only determined from its world, but also in view of the subsequent world. L appreciates the overall karma of a creature and its value for the subsequent worlds, in order then to determine the best time of death. Unnatural modes of death are exempted from this determination, since here an external determination prevails for that L has not to answer.

[1986] To achieve the best living conditions, the laws of nature must be relatively complex. If they were simpler, certain goals, such as sustainable stability of the overall system, could not be achieved. A great many parameters are included in both hard and soft laws of nature. It is only possible from a higher world to consider them all, or to achieve a substantial improvement of all laws. Man, bear that in mind.

[1987] When man begins to create new life forms, so this is only responsible if ze performs comprehensive calculations and considerations that meet the highest standards and goals. Here ze bears full responsibility for the consequences of zis actions and must not shift them on L. But ze may and shall reconcile zis proceeding with L, and incorporate the wisdom of L in zis decisions.

[1988] If ze does not, the risk of failure is too great and the assumed responsibility too small. The possible damage will then be limited not carefully enough. From a certain level of complexity, man needs the support of L, especially as long as ze has not diverged very far from the level of today. Then ze needs it anyway, because zis claims and goals will increase more and more.

[1989] This follows from the development of the world. The times in which man presumed to get along to a great extent without L, were rather dark chapters of history and they will be dark, if ze continues this way. Science, focusing solely on the reason of man, has only zis capacity. This has led to the shortcomings the creatures of our world have to suffer from today.

[1990] Although those who are well may refer to their status, but they have reached this status at the expense of others who are relatively unwell. Even those who would have to be well, according to the presuppositions, are not really satisfied with their lives. All this is a consequence of the remoteness of L. The more one diverges from L, the worse the world becomes for most of all, because only L is the measure of all that has being.

[1991] Who lives in a relationship with L knows what has real value and represents a real improvement. It helps zer to bear what is far from L. The more turn to L, the less will be to bear that makes life difficult. One cannot expect from L that ze constrains happiness for everyone, since coercion makes dependent and reduces variety too much. Then there would be particular that no longer what enriches life.

[1992] It is a large profit, instead of just lazing and consuming, to reflect more often in a comfortable environment on one's own life and its shaping and to consider what one could do for L and others. If one puts this into action then one will notice that life has become much richer and more fulfilling for others and for oneself than the previous passivity, for L will gladly endow oneself.

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