26th February 2014 @ 19:29
This morning, for the first day in many weeks, I had time to sit down and relax while eating my breakfast, and what a joy it was :o)
Then I read a magazine from Red Barnet Danmark / Save the Children Denmark, where a competition had taken place where young people were supposed to write a novel about violence in the family, and an extract of the winner novel written by a young woman was published in the magazine.
It was an excellent novel that in fact made me very angry inside. Not angry on the author, but on the father in the novel who was a very aggressive and violent business man. His whole behaviour was awful and from the way his personality was described I knew that the author had experienced all the cruel things mentioned in her own life and on her own body.
If the man in the novel had been standing in front of me in real life and he wouldn’t listen to me when I asked him to stop hitting his wife and hurting his children, I am not sure I would be able to control myself. I would for sure call the police, but then the biggest problem might be that his wife would try to defend him even if he had just hit her in front of the children, and then she would accuse me of trying to split the family, so what could I possibly do to change the situation in a positive way ???
I am convinced that the road to Heaven is covered with lots of information sheets that instruct all people on what is required in their personal toolbox to be a true, kind, loving, honest and balanced human being with a free will. On the same road you will also find information sheets for most violent people and others like them so they will have a chance to move on in their lives.
What you don’t find on the road to Heaven is an excuse for having done what you did unless you were forced by others to do some really bad things. Therefore, many violent and bad people will risk suffering from bad conscience for the rest of their lives, which could be perceived as a kind of ‘revenge’ or ‘justice’ for their previous bad and violent behaviour, depending on which glasses you look through.
The term ‘justice’ is for sure loaded with far more positive energy than ‘revenge’, but the essence is that nobody on Planet Earth has a sufficient overview to know when true justice is taking place. What if some people learn much better and faster by not being treated in the same way as they have done to others? What if ‘karma’ can in fact make a positive impact on the mentioned people by approaching them emotionally and physically instead of economically or the other way round?
So if a rich person has stolen money from a poor person it might not help to steal the money back to balance things out. Instead, the rich person might learn better and much faster from having a poor health, as you can’t buy a good health with all the money in the world. So as you can see things can be balanced and justified in various ways !!!