Wednesday, 12 October 2016

Morality: Trying to Live By Someone Else's Rules?

I was having a discussion with a friend about morality. We were talking about prostitution. Should we judge and condemn prostitutes? Or should we have compassion for them?

I suggested that my friend journey to ask her guides about the subject and this is what she came up with:

A better name for morality would be "value system". A value system is beyond religion, it comes from the Source. Religions try to use morality to gain control over people. But it is not about control but about love.  A value system is about not creating pain and suffering for oneself and others. It is about love, truth, honesty and compassion.

About prostitution - be compassionate.  Prostitution is harmful because the person's soul gets covered up or lost and the person becomes soulless.

When people do bad things they become out of alignment with the highest truth. They have a lack of faith in Great Spirit. Great Spirit will provide if the person decides to move away from prostitution. Otherwise the person will suffer, will lose soul and become possessed by entities. The people who use prostitutes also lose soul. Great Spirit will provide once a person turns away from the activity.

Nothing is greater than the Law.  If society is in chaos it is because there is no value system. The value systems of religions are mostly good but become set in stone and outdated. There is no black or white. The story of Adam and Eve and the forbidden fruits means that everything that is against the divine value system will bring pain and suffering.

A value system is for oneself. We can tell people about our truth but it is their decision whether to follow it or not. A value system is to emancipate us. To help us to love one another and to be at peace.

There are lots of things in the world to enjoy and we should give thanks for them.  It is addiction to pleasure that causes pain. We need moderation, a middle way, balance.

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