Re: hotep, but
Posted By: Ras Heru In Response To: Re: hotep, but (selassielive)
Date: Friday, 30 December 2005, at 1:49 p.m.
In Response To: Re: hotep, but (selassielive)
"I dont have the answers, I am just reasoning from what I have come to overstand...which is little in the grand scheme of things."
this is a good saying, but i personally dont think its little.but, as for balance and imbalance that the I's were talking about, even if one calls the one or the other good or bad, we have to look at what they PRODUCE in order to come up with some kind of judgment-whether through thinking, feeling or physically. in the physical world we label alot of things and they are different to many people, but remember, only the one who has knowledge of self is able to transcend the wheel, call it what one wants, but this IS truth. i personally dont think anyone can say this isnt good coz then that wouild be illusion, it is a MUST for one to bring forth righteousness and not the lack thereof. i agree to an extent that Ma'at just is, but at the same time, certain things are REQUIRED for us to do, such as love one another,know ur connection to nature and its laws, etc, and these will PRODUCE BETTER outcomes than if one wasnt following such. so good or bad, such is REQUIRED.
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