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Radical Happiness Blog

Evil Is the Absence of Love

If evil were behind life, this would be a sad world, indeed. As bad as it can get here, there are probably few people that feel that evil is what is behind this world. Certainly few want evil to be behind this world, and that’s a good sign. Something in us wants and gravitates toward goodness, not evil. Negativity tugs at us and even grabs hold of us at times, but something else continually pulls us toward the opposite, toward love.

Just as darkness is the absence of light, evil is the absence of love. Evil isn’t a reality itself but the result of the absence of contact with Reality, with what is true—love. Evil is the result of being divorced from our true nature, being very, very divorced, so divorced that someone might not even believe in love because he or she has so much fear and so much difficulty feeling love. Such deep separation is a frightening and lost place.

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A Lifestyle for Awakening

The lifestyle of most Americans isn't conducive to awakening, either to becoming awake or staying awake. It's designed to attain the ego's goals: money, power, status, comfort, pleasure, beauty, possessions, and security. Our American culture gives lip service to other values, such as love, kindness, and togetherness, but the ego's values come first.

In our culture, we see what the ego wants as necessary. We don't think we will survive or be happy unless we achieve a certain level of power, comfort, security, and material wellbeing. The sense of needing such things is very deeply ingrained, so much so that we often don't question our devotion to these goals. If we do question these values, we run into opposition and fears from others, who sincerely believe we won't be happy or survive without putting the ego's values first.

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How Childhood Experiences Damage Trust

We all have an ego that naturally distrusts life, but some people’s egoic minds are more negative and distrusting than others. For them, trust is an issue that deeply colors their existence and often limits their potential for happiness. This distrust has usually been caused by childhood experiences. Emotional, sexual, and physical abuse and neglect are the most obvious circumstances that undermine trust. But a number of other things can also affect a child’s trust in himself or herself, others, and life, such as a difficult birth, a traumatic injury, illness, surgery, a family crisis, a divorce, the death of or a serious injury to a parent, poverty, or even an unstable or a busy household or inconsistencies in parenting.

When we are growing up, we draw conclusions, some conscious and some unconscious, about ourselves, others, and life that affect how we see and respond to the world thereafter. Difficult experiences in childhood usually result in negative and limiting conclusions, while good experiences and nurturing parents results in confidence, good self-esteem, and trust in ourselves, others, and life.

Sojourn: A Book About Karma and Reincarnation by Gina Lake

For those who are interested in karma, reincarnation, and the evolution of the soul, Gina has just published Sojourn, a book she wrote in 1997. Through past-life stories, Sojourn illustrates how karma and reincarnation work, and how the soul delivers lessons, heals psychological wounds, and develops talents over the course of our many lifetimes. It also describes the stages of evolution and the unique perceptions, lessons, and contributions of each stage, and how soul age affects how we parent, what we enjoy doing, our choice of work, and our relationships. The stories and information were given to Gina Lake by her inner teacher. Sojourn is available on Amazon as a Kindle and paperback and in other online book stores and through Smashwords in various e-book formats ($6.99 for e-book/$15.95 for paperback)

To download a PDF of the first chapter to sample this book: http://endless-satsang.com/sojourn.htm

Purchase a Kindle on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005FZ21AC/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=satsawithnirm-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399373&creativeASIN=B005FZ21AC

Purchase a paperback on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1463781180/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=satsawithnirm-20&linkCode=as2&camp=217145&creative=399373&creativeASIN=1463781180

Purchase other ebook formats: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/78478

Love Is What Drives Life

Coming through vision, coming through wisdom,
Coming together—this love!
Giving me daytime, giving this nighttime,
Bringing within me this love!

From the song “Change We Must”
from Change We Must by Jon Anderson

Fear drives the ego, but love drives life. Love drives all that matters in life. Love is the motivating force in life that creates, sustains, enhances, and gives meaning to life. There is nothing else here but love because Life is love. We are love.

This Love is hidden only by a sense of being someone who is afraid of life. Our identity as a separate individual is of someone who feels lacking, insignificant, lost, confused, afraid, struggling, and in conflict with life. So it’s no wonder the ego wants and feels it needs so much to be okay and happy. But this is a false identity and false needs—we need nothing but what we already have to be happy.

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