About Evil Thoughts and Afterlife

AshEse Journal of Physical Science                                                                 

Vol. 5(1), pp. 057, January, 2021

ISSN: 2059-7827  

© 2021 AshEse Visionary Limited 

Short communication

 

About Evil Thoughts and Afterlife

 

Adib Ben Jebara

Retired researcher, Tunis, Tunisia. E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Received January, 2021; Accepted, January, 2021.

 

People who make bad deeds have some evil thoughts before making them. Evil thoughts do not exist in the afterlife. There, God does not have to compromise with matter anymore. People who are prone to evil thoughts do not have access to afterlife. How is it forbidden to them?

The Good provides an infinite spritual energy which is needed to reach afterlife. Evil is infinite but does not cover some other infinites. In the afterlife, the usual laws of physics are not relevant but there are other laws, mathematical. Logic remains the same. Religions have a good side as they acknowledge the existence of afterlife and advise not to do many things which are evil. But all this is not emphasized enough. What are emphasized are rituals. The importance given to rituals comes from people being superstitious as they do not know the explanations of what is happening in the world.

People should seek to be able to ruminate a good opinion of themselves in the afterlife, because of what they did on Earth.Fantasies are not evil thoughts but a separate category. Let us notice that we are not asking to assume the existence of the afterlife but proving that it is consistent with the existence of thoughts.

Nowadays, having real results in one’s work with not many resources is a way of doing good deeds. Nowadays, people are using many means with results not good enough and are destroying the environment (Nature), which is evil and not to care is an evil thought.

New standards and a new leadership are needed. Solving the problems will come from good management,especially total quality management (even the macro-economic problems).Solving a problem is a good deed.Being an internet user is in some manner to glimpse in the afterlife but in the internet there are many incidents and many scams.There will be less scammers when less people will wanta lot of money to consume very much without producinganything of value.

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