Ethics is one of those fields that are really hard to understand. Let me give you an example. When Jesus Christ (the benevolent and spiritual jew) was crucified, he was crucified because he rejected all rules.

It is written in the bible, that the Pharisees, some not some benevolent and less spiritual jews, condemned him to death because he healed a man on sunday. Sunday being the day of rest.

If you look at it from a moral perspective, that is what maximises the good of the land in that action. It is true that Jesus Christ did something good, despite the rules and edicts of the Pharisees.

You can see here, that the Pharisees are really the clergy of that time, that ruled and held sway over the Jews.

So what did Jesus do wrong in the eyes of the Pharisees? He did not respect the rules of the Pharisees.

Do we hear a bell ringing here?

Jesus Christ was a rule breaker. Imagine that. The central figure of a complex that now spans the entire globe with a gazillion of rules that people must follow. We cannot do this because the church tells us, we can not do that.

What would Jesus say? He would, because that is why he was crucified, say follow your heart. What does your heart tell you in this situation where you have to chose between A. Following a rule. B. Do something that is obviously right for the person involved.

In this I believe lies a single point of balance between too little and too much.

It is not so that Jesus say we should not follow the rules, he says that when the rules are obviously wrong, we should not follow them, we should follow our conscience.

In this way, he puts our hearts free to do what we think is the most humane.

It will put one a cross often, because the rule makers will see you as a threat to the common welfare. I know this, because I always follow my heart and my own logic in all I do. Because that is what light truly is; following your heart in the light of the creator.

Because the creator has no rules, he has only the attachment to all around us as a rule, and nothing more.

We should try and follow that rule.

G-d bless the wisdom of the creator.

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  1. Rene’ Descartes
    June 16th, 2016 at 11:51 | #1

    hello Asgar
    I an surprised that nobody responded to this. Good.
    Jesus was not a Jew, Jews did not exist at his time, he was not a Pharisee which later became what today is called Jews, he was an Essene and not a follower of the Jewish scriptures, He was semitic. Enough.
    I am

  2. Asger Trier Engberg
    June 24th, 2016 at 10:05 | #2

    Hi Rene 🙂 Nice to hear from you again.

    I do agree on the point that he was an Essene, but why do you think there were no Jews at that time. Jews are descendants of the mix of Scandinavian sea raiders and semitic peoples, as I have analysed. But please, share your insight and points. ?


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