Human Beings Cannot Recognize the Balance Sheet of the World of the Dead

If a man has lost his job, who graduated from a prestigious university and has been working hard for a famous company, his family as well as himself will be very troubled. Troubles or hopeless situations happen to people. Those are fortunate who can think that they want to console their ancestral spirits even in hopeless situations. This may be an important diverging point of where souls go after death. Even God doesn’t take part in whether or not human beings have such compassion. It depends on each soul. The true faith is not what you are given.

  • prestigious 一流の
  • troubled 困る
  • hopeless 絶望的な
  • fortunate 幸いな
  • console 慰める
  • diverging point 分岐点
  • compassion 同情

None of the religious organizations you’re recommended to enter when you’re in trouble can be any good. To start devoting yourself to a religion when in trouble would make you expect something good to happen. In short, such faith can be said to be that of exchange conditions. If good things don’t happen to you, you’ll think that religions are bull shit and that God doesn’t exist. Such faith is far from the true faith in God, which is for you to notice the miracle of your being kept alive and, whatever happens, to be grateful to something precious you cannot see just because you want to be so.

  • none どれも〜ない
  • recommend 勧める
  • faith 信仰
  • exchange conditions 交換条件
  • bull shit でたらめ
  • exist 存在する
  • notice 気がつく
  • grateful 感謝して

Most of the religions founded during the past thousands of years, which was the golden age of the World of the Dead, taught the faith of exchange conditions, where in exchange for offering sacrifices to some invisible spiritual thing, people expected something in return. Spiritual beings in the World of the Dead, offered something, give something back to the offerer. To put it better, they are faithful but if they don’t get anything in return, they make the person to remember about it by doing harm. If the person fails to notice it, they extort the payment with great interest. It’s wise to keep away from such a faith as makes you owe a spiritual debt. People who are ignorant of this mechanism will have the wrong kind of faith and be led to unhappiness.

  • sacrifice 犠牲
  • in return お返しに
  • to put it better 良く言えば
  • faithful 律儀な
  • fail to~ 〜しない
  • extort 奪い取る
  • owe 負う
  • ignorant 知らない

The problem is human beings are incapable of recognizing the balance sheet on which spiritual beings in the World of the Dead insist. You might be in debt to a spiritual being before you know it. But if you live a life etching gratitude to the World of Reality, you can make collectors coming from the World of the Dead go back safely by having them receive the magnetism of gratitude. If they come back again, they will go back after receiving the magnetism corresponding to the interest. As spiritual collectors visit you again and again, you will remember the spiritual debt you owed in the past. In addition to remembering this, holding memorial services for the whole ancestors and others related to you and reminding yourself of gratitude every day will lead to repaying the principal amount of your spiritual debt. You’ll be exempted from forcible execution by spiritual beings.

  • incapable できない
  • insist 主張する
  • etch 刻む
  • collector 借金取り
  • magnetism 磁気
  • correspond 相当する
  • repay 返済する
  • exmept 免除する
  • forcible 強制的な
  • execution 執行

While you’re alive, all you have to do is be grateful to everything and everyone, such as the boss you don’t like, your mother in law, your family, your acquaintance, invisible deities and your ancestors. Being able to keep on doing it in spite of your hard life is the true gratitude and its energy is transmitted to God. By doing so, you can deposit a lot of spiritual money, which you may not receive in this world, though. Oh, you don’t need it? You just want to give gratitude to everything? You’re becoming a god yourself. You’ve got a really great faith, haven’t you?

  • in spite of A  Aにもかかわらず
  • transimit 伝える
  • deposit 預ける

生かして頂いて ありがとう御座位ます

I Ka Shi Te I Ta Da I Te  A Ri Ga To U Go Za I Ma Su

Thank you so much for keeping me/us alive.

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