Question: How does one find the right path in life?
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text dp_text_size=”size-4″]Question: How does one find the right path in life?
Answer: Martinus explains that we have been given a shining example in the way in which Jesus reacted. In the midst of his most indescribable sufferings he was able to exclaim: “Forgive them for they know not what they do”. You and I are not being crucified, but in everyday life we come up against many apparent injustices. If we can forgive instead of being spiteful and angry we are on the right path. Martinus puts it in this way, that while most people today live according to the principle of “putting oneself first”, the world will change when everyone transforms this into “putting one’s neighbour first”.
But how are we to understand this expression? Who is this “neighbour” who we should take into consideration? Here Martinus widens how we define our concepts because he takes into account not only our fellow human beings and animals, but also the innumerable living microbeings that make up our physical organism. Most people who are studying Martinus’ analyses sooner or later become vegetarian, quite simply because they do not want to take part in causing animals suffering by eating their corpses.
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