The benefits of belief in the resurrection

The benefits of belief in the Resurrection

After belief in God, belief in the Resurrection has the primary place in securing a peaceful social order. The one, who does not believe that one day he will be called to account for what he has done in the world, is not expected to live an honest, upright life. But one who always acts in the conviction that he will give an account of his life before God in the other world will certainly live a disciplined and upright life. The Holy Book declares:

“In whatever affair you may be, and whichever part of The Holy Book you recite, and whatever deed you do, We are witness over you when you are deeply engrossed therein. Not an atom’s weight in the earth and in the heaven escapes your Lord, nor is there anything smaller or greater, but it is in a Manifest Book (10:61).”

Whatever we do, the noble angels appointed to do that record small or great, important or unimportant. Besides, God fully knows and is fully aware of all our deeds, intentions, thoughts, and imaginings. An individual who lives in full consciousness of this will find true peace and happiness in both worlds, and a family and community made up of such individuals will be as if living in Paradise.

The Courage to Live Consciously

In our day-to-day lives, the virtue of courage doesn’t receive much attention. Courage is a quality reserved for soldiers, firefighters, and activists. Security is what matters most today. Perhaps you were taught to avoid being too bold or too brave. It’s too dangerous. Don’t take unnecessary risks. Don’t draw attention to yourself in public. Follow family traditions. Don’t talk to strangers. Keep an eye out for suspicious people. Stay safe.

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Awareness is the state or ability to perceive, to feel, or to be conscious of events, objects or sensory patterns. In this level of consciousness, sense data can be confirmed by an observer without necessarily implying understanding. More broadly, it is the state or quality of being aware of something. In biological psychology, awareness is defined as a human’s or an animal’s perception and cognitive reaction to a condition or event.

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Awareness and Resistance

I’m well aware that many people will become pissed off, turned off, put off, or simply want me to step off when I stray from “safe” topics like productivity and time management and explore more sensitive, even controversial topics like relationships, health, or spirituality. However, from past experiences I’ve seen that it’s the ideas we resist most vehemently that are fertile ground for new growth experiences.

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