> > > What do we know of the Will (that would account for all people of
> > > times)?
> > Not sure what you mean.
> What is mutual for the Will? (yours, mine, anybodys)? It is the same
> sort of question as when applied to physical things what is
> known/mutual for spiders for instance (eight legs etc) - the only
> difference is that this question is on the subject of the human
I dont think there is any particular basic ingredient of peoples Wills... all
will differ. The only answer I could give to this is that peoples Will is
invariably be to realise their "true" nature.
> > > What is the will/Will not?
> > I dont think defining something by its negative is very helpful.
> Will may be will. will may be Will. Uniting the two is a laudable
> You are quite right and a spider is also a spider even if we haven't
> given it a name or class within the science of biology. Defining
> someting in negative is sometimes a tool when the first question (the
> one above) becomes too difficult to answer. As for "may" or "may not"
> it is words I use when I "believe".
> Love is the law, love under will.
> Isabel Munksgaard Berg.
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