Causality

Today , we see joy and happiness, and we also see pain and suffering. Does any one know why some live happy lives while others suffer? Is it random or fate? In the Tip of the Writing Brush is the following:

There can be no help for what you have done self-centeredly.   

I can only look on caringly. 16-32

Whatever may happen, bear no grudge,   

it is what each of you has done to yourself.  17-60

Is it possible that we have created are own suffering or joy? If we have created our own suffering, how can we alleviate it? Can God help us?

In the Tip of the Writing Brush is a verse;

Know that I shall sweep the heart

of each of you in the world step by step.  17-61

God will sweep evil (greed, arrogance, and self love) from our minds. How would he do this?  By placing illness or disorders on our bodies, God is showing us our minds.

When we realize that these illness are guidance from God and ponder, we can remove these evil thoughts from our minds. With the removal of these negative thoughts, the illness or disorder is returned to God and health is restored.

When these evils are removed from our minds, we create a joyous future. The is the law of causality.  The law of causality states that every action results in a reaction in the future. For example, an evil deed will result in suffering in the future, as a good action will result in joy.

It is foretold that world will eventually realize  the relationship between illness and the paths of the mind.  When this relationship is realized by the world, guidance from God will not be needed. Illness and disorders will  eventually disappear!  People will begin to sweep greed, arrogance and self love by themselves without God’s guidance (illness).  When this happens, the joyous future for mankind is guaranteed.

There is still hope for the salvation of all mankind, even those who been given up by society.  By purifying their minds now, they guarantee themselves of joy in the future.  They may still suffer due to your previous acts (causality), but in time the suffering  too will pass; but they can look forward to the joy in the future from the good seed that was  planted today!

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About heaventruth

A fundamentalist in the translation and interpretation of the Book of Prophecy (Ofudesaki), as it relates to the world today and in the future.
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