the seven sins

they plague our world, and yet nobody realizes it.

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    There is only 1 sin and it's ignorance of true reality.
    These 7 deadly sins are just inversions of limitations imposed on you by the world, to make you think the burden is yours rather than darkness being imposed on you.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      You can't get through to purity of mind to experience this world as the Reality if you sin. Sinning strengthens the ego, abscuring Reality more andmore.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Just think about what avoidance of each sin teaches you, and it almost sounds like the perfect combination for a slave mentality:
        >avoiding greed & gluttony = belief in lack and health problems
        >avoiding wrath = acceptance of your bad situations
        >avoiding sloth = work like a dog
        >avoiding pride = belief that you're not great
        >avoiding lust & envy = avoiding an attraction to something more
        These are traits that enslave souls.

        I know where you're coming from though anon, because if you believe in the context of this world then yes avoiding those sins would make life better overall.
        But that's just making life better within a prison cell. That's how the Matrix works.

        The reason it's such an effective trap is because it tells the TRUTH to your mind, but at the same time it's LIES within your soul.
        That's why you can't serve 2 masters. If you serve the world then you will play by its rules of lack and control. If you serve what's within you then you become incompatible with the world.
        And need I remind you that Jesus said that being a friend of the world means being his enemy?

        I would ask you to re-consider, where did those "7 deadly sins" really originate from? Are you really sure they're not misleading your soul?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          greed & gluttony = belief in lack and health problems
          wrath = acceptance of your bad situations
          sloth = work like a dog
          pride = belief that you're not great
          lust & envy = avoiding an attraction to something more

          ^^^This is what pride looks like.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It's honor, and the path deserving of it.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Proverbs 18:12
            Pride comes before the fall. Humility comes before honor.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            True honor is humility for it comes through virtue

            https://i.imgur.com/QbNcGxf.jpeg

            If you don't present the opposing virtue then you aren't helping anyone

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >avoiding greed & gluttony = belief in lack and health problems

          To the contrary, moderation better serves our health. Furthermore it allows us to give excess food to those less fortunate.

          >avoiding wrath = acceptance of your bad situations

          Speaking of being slave-minded, giving in to negative emotions is essentially being enslaved by them. Forgiveness and compassion allows the opportunity for healing whereas wrath leads to self-destruction. Furthermore, I thought we wanted to avoid health problems? Stewing in and acting on vengeance is a good way to create health problems.

          >avoiding sloth = work like a dog

          Work like a dog so that you may aquire resources to give back. This stimulates a well-meaning collective where your neighbors will support you through hard times.

          >avoiding pride = belief that you're not great

          You're a species only half a chromosome away from the chimpanzee. None of us are great and that's okay. It doesn't mean we can't therefore feel confident in ourselves. It simply means knowing our place in the world.

          >avoiding lust & envy = avoiding an attraction to something more

          Avoiding selfish desires*. Lust makes you want to use another person for pleasure rather than connect with their soul. Envy is insecurity. Again, I thought we wanted to be healthy?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >That's why you can't serve 2 masters. If you serve the world then you will play by its rules of lack and control. If you serve what's within you then you become incompatible with the world.
          >And need I remind you that Jesus said that being a friend of the world means being his enemy?
          why is this so? You can just listen to your own self and meditate on what kind of character you want to me. You can only do that effectively after you've flattened and removed the effects of growing up in this life and then allow the authentic cross-life self to emerge, while selecting carefully which elements you take into this life and which one you do not. All vices are about ultimate self control and self mastery. That requires both indulgence and restraint.
          You can definitely serve two masters if you communicate and balance your life well. Plenty of people do that all the time. It's just about what you would be content with leaving behind when you're dead and you have to have a life discussion with whoever is across the veil.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You can use money to serve God but you cannot use god to serve money (mammon)

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >All vices are about ultimate self control and self mastery. That requires both indulgence and restraint.
            And who taught you that? The world did.
            The world is the foundation of your thinking. So you're making the world your master.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >incapable of believing in yourself
    >you stole your power from others you
    >rejected your human origins
    > and chose to covet the power of what you call God

    did you truly think you'd become superior to humans by removing your seven desires

    don't make me laugh

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Sloth is not a sin, in fact avoiding to partake in the mess this world as much as possible should be considered a virtue

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      it is and it can lead to depression

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Working for any amount less than you deserve leads to depression. Since most jobs pay shit now a days you see why so many people are depressed.

        I think it is a sin, because it destroys you, being neet ruined my life, I'll probably starve to death when everyone that cares about me is gone. But at the other side, being a workaholic is also a sin, called greed, even jesus talked about it in the sermon of the mount.
        So, dont be a wageslave but neither be a neet

        I’ve seen so many people work so long and so hard only to be at the same place as me… a neet. With no money no ownership of hone or car etc. neeting is the way to go until wages become more fair.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >Sloth is not a sin
      sloth isn't being lazy. It's not being proactive about your situation and taking ownership of whatever situation you are in. Only you will take care of you as well as is possible. If you give up on your fellow spirited people then what good are you really? If you don't prepare for a test in whatever form it is coming and your inability when tested has real consequences then it is a sin.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Either you are working and meditating all day, or you are meditating all day. Sloth (neeting) is an invension of the ego to solidify itself.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I think it is a sin, because it destroys you, being neet ruined my life, I'll probably starve to death when everyone that cares about me is gone. But at the other side, being a workaholic is also a sin, called greed, even jesus talked about it in the sermon of the mount.
      So, dont be a wageslave but neither be a neet

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Greed and Lust sure seem to have the most power over society

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Why is sloth one? I realize if the entire planet were slothful it would be shit but wouldn't it be better to be slothful than any of the other sins?

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If you don't present the opposing virtue then you aren't helping anyone

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Those are virtues of the world.
      Not of the soul.

      Choose which one to make your master, you cannot serve both.

      Just think about what avoidance of each sin teaches you, and it almost sounds like the perfect combination for a slave mentality:
      >avoiding greed & gluttony = belief in lack and health problems
      >avoiding wrath = acceptance of your bad situations
      >avoiding sloth = work like a dog
      >avoiding pride = belief that you're not great
      >avoiding lust & envy = avoiding an attraction to something more
      These are traits that enslave souls.

      I know where you're coming from though anon, because if you believe in the context of this world then yes avoiding those sins would make life better overall.
      But that's just making life better within a prison cell. That's how the Matrix works.

      The reason it's such an effective trap is because it tells the TRUTH to your mind, but at the same time it's LIES within your soul.
      That's why you can't serve 2 masters. If you serve the world then you will play by its rules of lack and control. If you serve what's within you then you become incompatible with the world.
      And need I remind you that Jesus said that being a friend of the world means being his enemy?

      I would ask you to re-consider, where did those "7 deadly sins" really originate from? Are you really sure they're not misleading your soul?

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Wow I'm guilty of every single one of those

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Get your ticket to hell

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      everyone is, that's why jesus sacrificed

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Pride makes you miserable. When you are humble then even in shitty circumstances you would find it that you are actually better off than you deserve and can find happiness and satisfaction. But when you are proud then even when you are living a pretty decent life you feel miserable because in you mind you think you deserve so much better.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Greed

    Wanting many replies to your posts quantifying your gratification.

    >Lust

    Lewd/porn threads

    >Sloth

    Sticking to EerieWeb addiction when there are other things you could be doing

    >Pride

    Thinking you are better than other posters

    >Envy

    Getting angry when you hear a poster has a better life than you

    >Wrath

    Raging at anyone for any reason, losing an argument, etc.

    >Gluttony

    This does not just refer to food, but over consumption of anything. Stop over consuming EerieWeb.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      We're here on EerieWeb together, brother. Have you no sense of irony?

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Greed
    Ok

    >Pride, sloth, lust, glutton
    They're a single sin: incontinence

    >Envy,Wrath
    Once again a single sin: Hatred

    A better classification of sin would be: Ignorance, Hatred, Incontinence, Greed.

    And the corresponding virtues are: Wisdom, Love, Continence, Charity.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      All of them can be classified as incontinence but the specificity of each one from the other helps in illuminating the scope of it.

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