Give Thanks, Big Thanks, for the insights, both of you are making wonderful points and articulating some of the thoughts I've been having very well.
In identifying what antichrist is, it is my aim to gain a better perspective into what makes people do bad things, and what is the source of evil. As I think Ten was putting it, we don't want to empower the notion of a source of evil being its own entity. This is also the reason why I'm insinuating that the source of evil is also the source of good. As humans with a consciousness of ourselves and our environment we have the choice to do good and the choice to do bad.
I absolutely agree that right and wrong are circumstantial things, and it is always important to keep that in mind. But, the point I was making about fundamental Truth, is exactly what Ras K was saying about Truth being the Truth, and while we all enter into the gray zone of right and wrong the truth always remains the same. We certainly all have certain perspectives and the veil of insanity can make the bad seem like the good and right thing to do. I feel that if in a circumstantial situation, such as killing in self defense, a good person is then obligated to investigate the truth of the situation and seek out ways in which to right future wrongs.
That point, however brings me to what Ten brought up, "karma". And this karma thing is something I've been struggling with. Karma would be an easy way to explain the source of evils, yet I'm just not buying it; for I am that I am, and I make my own choices, and I'm responsible for their repercussions. It seems totally irrational to me, to assume that bad things happen to good people because they were bad in a previous life. I say that, because karma goes hand in hand with reincarnation, another thing which I'm not currently buying into.
So, I do think that good and evil come from the same place. Ten, the I was saying that you weren't comfortable with saying Christ came from the same source as antichrist, because Christ was too good for that, yet if we acknowledge anitchrist as its own source we are then empowering it, no? I rather to empower I SELF and say I have the choice not to become evil, but instead be as good as I can. Thus the notion of balance. Ras K, the I was saying that all comes from the ONE and I totally agree, there is no way I can look at the universe and see more than one source, that just wouldn't make sense. We speak of GOD, as the ONE that created everything, and that means the good the bad and the ugly, it may be hard to digest, but it is reality.
As I was saying before, I feel that I have a common sense instilled in me, that allows me to remain in tune with what is the right thing to do, and I feel most people are in tune with that, save those with real brain function abnormalities. A while ago I vented a the I Still Looking and insulted him because I felt insulted, I knew this was the wrong thing to do, I thought about it, and I still did it. I blame myself for this, yet I do not know why I allowed myself to engage in such folly. It is the same reason why hitler convinced himself that genocide was a good idea. Why do we humans allow are selves to draw from the well of evil, when we know the water is poisoned?