The value of honor!

in HiveHustlers2 years ago (edited)


True honor enjoys its inner value, as something authentic that must be served all the time. Whether they are compensated here or in the afterlife, it is an investigation that aristocrats think insignificantly, which are not frank about remuneration. They will probably live with spiritual strength, wisdom, security, and pride. Tribute, wealth, and paradise discourage the joys that could be a benevolent crown of the joy they take for this reason.

It also examines whether the absence of coasts after death, an investigation on which they consider superfluous, is rejected or exists, whether they are not inhumane in terms of the possibility of disciplinary action. They are clear aristocrats, even in the event of freedom, where they can continue without risk of grief and not fall into the fire of hell. Unbalance, inequality, shame, and collection are negative decisions that disturb your sense of justice. That is the reason they're moving endlessly from them.

Shouldn't we be talking about fear and death? As I would see, they do not show the absence of majestic love, but a limitation of celestial power behind this cult or a disappointment of creatures that give the ability to use it effectively. In this sense, God should be grateful for his worship and oppose him for the limitations of his ability, just as the esteemed guardians are forgiven for his failures. Besides, people must make a constant effort to benefit as much as possible from the heavenly power conferred upon them. The true recklessness, reason, justice, and goodness that constitute true honor are the relationship of greatness.

At first, God is of the utmost importance for the innovative power of the universe. As such, it is not explicit and undeniable. Individuals of different philosophical or strict beliefs accordingly perceive that the universe is as it is, claiming that it can be. This power can be called God, in the vague feeling of speech. It offers a real answer to the latest survey, which is twofold: why should it be a universe from one point of view and nothing, and why should it be a request about it, not an agitation on the part of the other? In essence, it is a reason that clarifies the presence and nature of everything, while its essence remains troubling. It seems ugly to discover this mystery because it should suggest another reason that would be illogical in itself, etc. In this way, as the law shows, the reason that makes the universe exist and I think is best presented as an essential and immortal cause, which can be sustained by its sign as a vision and being, but is never clarified.

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