Your sins and virtues.
A sin only happens when a person does not follow through on his commitment for this lifetime. A virtue is when you act according your commitment. The commitment you made yourself before you were born.
Sins and virtues are concepts of the restricted human mind, which is still blocked by "the ring no further" or "the dwellers on the threshold".
In Essence I have no sins. I only have sins in the concept of the (restricted) human mind.
My Essence has had many virtues this lifetime that allowed me to obtain Navaratha (9 mystical jewelry who symbolize spiritual principles) & became a Jivanmukta; a person with Purvajnana (knowledge of past lives) & Dharmakāya (to view the truth by intrinsic emptiness of mind) & a Mahatma (a soul liberated from the cycle of death and reincarnation). In other words a Mukti who accessed the monadic world.
IN WHOSE EYES HAVE I SINNED, WHAT IS SIN
I do not buy the concept of sin. We all have flaws; who has the authority to tell me that any of my flaws are sins, or even define my flaws for me other than in a legal or physical context?
Among my flaws are impatience and selfishness. Among my virtues are a talent for analogical thinking and a generosity that I try to allow to override my selfishness. Perhaps I am fooling myself and what I think and hope is generosity is really just an eagerness to share, not for altruistic reasons, but simply because I long to be understood, which would explain why I am taking the time to answer all these questions.
Sin is an illusion and will only exist for the man that wishes to be submersed in fear consciousness.
Gluttony, narcissism, trustworthiness, integrity
Depend on what you consider to be sin or virtue - for me, I try to avoid doing anything that causes harm to living things and aim to be as aware as possible of what my choices mean - making this the answer to both the sin and the virtue bit I think
Examine the life of the best and most productive men and nations, and ask yourselves whether a tree which is to grow proudly skywards can dispense with bad weather and storms. Whether misfortune and opposition, or every kind of hatred, jealousy, stubbornness, distrust, severity, greed, and violence do not belong to the favourable conditions without which a great growth even of virtue is hardly possible?
Too damn honest. And I know it.
All, in both columns.
Greed and dishonesty
Kindness and hard work
The word "sin" is subjective and inappropriate. It appears when somebody speaks on behalf of his or her imaginary friend. I only could say what I like or dislike about myself but I won't.
are between me and God
i am honest, sincere, trust is very important, reliable and been told i am clever.
my sins, well i am stubborn, not easy at forgiving and a little bit cold when i want to.
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