Thursday, 10 December 2015

Oneness Can - When It's Good - Induce Reciprocity

It is difficult, however, often, to define what good actually is. Therefore, for defining it, I need to use the Christian notion of God (which can, if one wants to, be called for example Vishnu or Allah) for clearer understanding.

What I believe is that at least God (or Allah or Vishnu, or so) can care in ways that induces reciprocity. This can be viewed as that when someone tries to harm God, then this person usually harms him- or herself. That is the harm to oneself comes by that God's care is necessary for this person. At the same time, I feel one can suppose that God's care is care about people (and other persons) in general, which gives us protection in that those who harm such Godly care tend  -  fairly much, at least  -  to also harm themselves.

It is when care is without boundaries that it is (at least sort of) good for another person, whomever this other person might be. Such cares I call Oneness, and is what god is entirely capable of, I feel. Oneness also stands for that one regards every possibility as real. Oneness can also provide care for what can oppose it:

In some sense Oneness can be broken. ... Such breach is symbolized, as I see it by the number two. But there can be a breach against such a breach, which yields trinity, one might say. Trinity then stands for karma, destiny and reciprocity in general, I feel, and is  -  like Oneness  -  one of the very essentials of natural justice.