CHAPTER 32 COMPASSION Back to the Table of Contents Question: compassion:This whole model seems to me a very selfish way to live. Where’s your heart? Where’s your compassion for the pain and suffering of others? Answer: I have no interest in justifying or defending “selfishness.” I will leave that up  to  people  like  Robert  Ringer  (Looking  Out  for  #1),  Ayn  Rand  (The  Virtue  of  Selfishness),  Bud  Harris  (Sacred  Selfishness:  A  Guide  to  Living  a  Life  of  Substance), David Seabury (The Art of Selfishness), the Hellers (Healthy Selfishness: Getting the Life…

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CHAPTER 31 THE EGO Back to the Table of Contents   EGO:Question: You’ve  been  pretty  hard  on  the  ego  throughout  this  book.  Isn’t  that  a judgment in itself? Answer: Excellent point, and I’m glad for the chance to clarify it. First, let’s make sure we agree on what we mean by the “ego,” since that word has been used a lot and means different things to different people. In  this  book  I  have  used  “ego”  to  mean  the  personality  construct  we  create  while playing the Human Game. It is composed…

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money:We talked in Chapter Twenty-Four about “virtual reality”…. If part of your computer-generated “virtual reality” experience was to look at your bank account and see a million dollars in it, I wonder whether you would say, “This must be a mistake. I didn’t earn that money.” Most likely you would realize it was created out of thin air by the designer of your “virtual reality” experience and would not need to figure out how it got there. In fact, you would know how it got there. But according to quantum…

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CHAPTER 16 JUDGMENT Back to the Table of Contents judgment:After hours upon hours of spiritual autolysis, I finally wrote something that is true: Judgment is the source of all pain and suffering. This might only be true for me, but I doubt it. If you’re like I, and many other people, you’ve had a personal experience confirming this truth you might not have recognized…. Have  you  ever  thought  you  cut  yourself  with  a  sharp  knife,  maybe  while  slicing vegetables, but you weren’t sure; so you  stopped slicing and took a…

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Christ – the Day of Death Better than the Day of Birth

Nearly two billion Christians throughout the international globe called Earth will celebrate the resurrection of Christ in the Easter festival. Untold millions of colored eggs, supposedly laid by rabbits, will be eagerly searched for by brightly dressed children. Hundreds of millions of Christians who seldom attend church will make their yearly pilgrimage dressed in Easter finery. Billions of dollars will be spent and made on Easter related things – from special candies to new bonnets.On December 25th nearly two billion persons in every nation on country on earth will celebrate…

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What Does The Bible Mean To Forgive Your Enemy or Enemies?

Jesus Christ commanded us to love and to forgive others, but how do we truly forgive those who have hurt us…especially, if they have become our enemies? What does the word “forgive” mean and how does it relate to love?Firstly, God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son; this is what love is all about. We know that Jesus Christ died for us and He does offer salvation to all. In knowing this truth, we must accept that it is possible for anyone to repent, although…

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Jesus is a man

Everything about Jesus identifies him as our kinsman-redeemer. John warns Christians: “Many deceivers have gone out into the world who do not confess Jesus Christ as coming in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.” (2 John 7).  This allegation is applicable to Paul in the bible.By his own admission, Paul was a sinner who could not walk righteously before God.  He confesses: “What I will to do, that I do not practice; but what I hate, that I do.” (Romans 7:15).  Therefore, Paul creates a self-serving Christology to excuse his sinfulness.  He says:…

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The Great Day Of Judgment

There is a Judgment Day to which we are all headed.  Hebrews 9:27 says, “And it is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgment.”  Our appointment for the Day of Judgment cannot be cancelled.  The Day of Judgment is certain, inevitable, and no way to escape it.  “For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, that each one may receive the things done in the body, according to what he has done, whether good or bad “(2 Corinthians 5:10).  There is nothing hidden…

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