Gregory Allen Uhan
Where Does Freewill Lead, If We Chose Not To Follow Love
Love is not a law
We follow because we are told
Love is a vow made of freewill
In the light of truth
Without love life is chaos
Law cannot prevent chaos
only conscious love is capable
life in an environment of chaos
Love is a lesson learned form experience
Not a law that can be enforced
What is freewill without love?
But the cause of suffering
What is love without equality?
Other than discrimination
What does discrimination lead to?
Other than self-loathing
What is life without freewill?
Freewill being law
Does not excuse us
From the consequences of our actions
Compassion is creation's compass
Navigating the seas of karma
Leading us back to pure
Love is the light of life's journey
The only means in leading ourselves towards salvation.
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