Some More on Right & Wrong
Oct 17, 1999 10:33 AM
by Gerald Schueler
>>Like the bombs that flattened my aunt's house in 1941? And the rest of
the street? All within an hour?
I think they were intended.
Mental note to self: "The use of terror and intimidation is misguided."
Nope. Doesn't fit. I still suspect it is plain evil.
>From your perspective (and for most of the world including
me) it was evil indeed. But I suspect that Hitler & Company
believed they were doing the "right" thing.
All I was trying to say is that we need to purge revenge
and hatred from ourselves and let karma take care of
sorting out right/reward and wrong/punishment. If
an assassin shot HH the Dali Lama, would he shoot
back or would he forgive?
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