Is it necessary to be the part of evil if you want to finish that evil?

  1. Khawaja Iqbal profile image71
    Khawaja Iqbalposted 2 years ago

    Is it necessary to be the part of evil  if you want to finish that evil?

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    PeterStipposted 2 years ago

    No. The best way to fight all the ugliness and stupidity in this world is to create beautiful things.
    If you're baker, make honest and healthy bread.
    Money is often the rood of evil, people want to sell cheap unhealthy bread so they can make more money. That's not the way to go.

    If you want to make money, make it by creating something worthwhile.
    So if you die, the people would say, that was a good and honest baker. His bread was the best bread in town. It will be remembered.
    Nobody remembers the baker with the cheapest bread in town.
    Nobody has respect for the cheapest bakery in town even if he/she has a billion dollars.
    If you respect someone, solely for fact that he/she has millions of dollars you have to question yourself.

    Be creative.
    never stop educating yourself
    be social
    don't go for the money but go for your passion.
    take care of the world around you.
    enjoy simple things.

  3. manatita44 profile image82
    manatita44posted 2 years ago

    Your question by nature will probably be better understood with a little more to relate to. Having said that, ALL scriptures tell us that Love is the only answer.

    I will put it a different way. Whatever you do should be coloured by a sincerity of purpose, or purity of intent. That way you may slap the child, even very had if necessary, so long as you motive was to prevent her from running into a car or touching fire ...

    What I am saying is that it is the inner motive that counts. Actions by themselves have no power. What is crucial in actions, is a live vibrant awareness of the power of God.

    A soldier once injured an enemy soldier. Knowing that the man was wounded and helpless, he then went up to him, tended his wounds and nursed him back to health. When this was reported to the Commander, he embraced the soldier and said: "This man has understood my philosophy. Treat him well."

    The inner journey is all in all. Never be troubled by your own conscience. It is always the Divine talking to you and you are either listening or in time will learn to listen. Prayer and solitude are the essential keys. So approach that evil with firmness, if necessary, but coloured by the Light of Love. Much Peace.