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Hello, hello. I hope you are all doing splendidly.
So, my guides came in strong with this little philosophical message about ethics and morality. I hope you enjoy:
What is right and what is wrong? There is no objective truth. Everything gains meaning in context, but actions themselves have no moral weight.
Instead, it is all about intention and purpose.
What may have seemed inherently “bad” at the time may ultimately cause more good in the future. Everything has its purpose and its plan.
Good and evil are human labels imposed upon fluid events. These two opposing ideals ultimately need each other. They are two sides of the same coin, forever locked together. You cannot have one without the other.
Morality may not be clear cut, but we still know in our hearts what is right. Follow that instinct. Let your intentions be of peace, love, wisdom, and grace.
The gods know what the final score of the football game will be, but we still have to play it - British classical scholar A.W. Gomme
Hello, hello. I hope you are all doing splendidly. Prepare yourselves for another mind-bending philosophical post.
This time, my guides will tackle an age-old question, one that fascinated philosophers for thousands of years: Free Will versus Fate.
So, without further ado, here are my guides:
You cannot avoid your fate. What is destined to happen will always happen. It will happen one way or another. However, you can delay and postpone the inevitable for a time and you can choose your route to that predestined destination. It is a delicate play, a delicate balance.
Do not fear your fate. It was not imposed upon you by some remote puppet-master, but you yourself. You co-created your journey with the universe in order to serve your highest and best good.
So, in one sense, you truly are the creator of your own destiny.