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The Role of Ethics
 

To Understand God/The Role of Ethics


The Role of Ethics

When God speaks to incarnate people, He always pays maximum attention to the ethical component of our development, namely, to our relationships with Him and with other people, as well as to our attitude towards other beings. These themes have been covered in great detail in all of the books published by us and mentioned in the bibliography.

Nevertheless, the following question may arise: “Why is this necessary for God?” One may also think: “Is it not true that the requirement to study ethics and comply with its principles is nothing more than the dogma that the ‘clergy’ demands that we follow? This does not concern me, since I have already risen above the primitivism of the crowd! I am free from all these human conventions!”

For example, on multiple occasions I met monstrous people who had intentionally developed the falsehood to such a degree that this quality became a main characteristic of them as souls. And they were proud of this peculiarity of theirs and looked down upon other people who had not developed such a striking falsehood.

These monstrous people considered themselves “liberated” without understating that with each lie they as if cast a net on themselves as souls, with the result that they became entangled in those lies.

The true spiritual Liberation, on the contrary, consists in freeing oneself from all fetters and, as a subtle and “naked” soul, completely purified from all the dirtiness of coarse thoughts and emotions, presenting oneself before the Creator to flow into Him.

In this regard, I call your attention to the ethical principle that was suggested by Jesus Christ but was rejected by the majority of those who call themselves Christians. This principle consists in avoiding conflicts and maintaining a non-confrontational behavior.

Jesus did not only propose to avoid confrontation with those who attack us and to not avenge ourselves on the offenders, but also to not even experience the feelings of reproof or condemnation!

On the contrary, He urges us to be tender, caring, and willing to sacrifice ourselves for the good of others!

He also teaches us not to raise ourselves above others both externally and internally.

Philip the Apostle formulated the important Commandment: “Do not upset anyone!” [12].

The Messiah Sathya Sai, Who lived in a body on Earth recently, proposed that we live according to the same principles. [2,12].

We should understand that the ethical Commandments of God are destined for the good of every one of us! By living according to these principles, we can cultivate goodness in ourselves through the control and regulation of our own emotions! And just this will be enough to move ourselves away from hell and come closer to the Creator!

Let everyone understand then that it is convenient to have a personal interest in the ethical work on oneself!

And let me remind you that the most important ethical principle is not to cause unjustified harm to anyone as far as possible.

The variety of situations in which one should follow this principle is wide and should be analyzed by every one. It is not only about not killing or causing harm. Even a leaf or flower unjustifiably torn or making the beauty of nature dirty by leaving trash in the middle of the forest, etc., can be considered as a violation of this principle (see also [6-8,12-13,34]).

To violate the principles of aesthetics also means to cause harm!

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