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There is No Evil.

A lot of mileage has been done by all the religions of the world about Evil since the beginning of time. When a person, following his or her natural instincts of progress tried to develop new products or ideas, then they were called evil and eventually burned in a fire. Those fanatics in power were killing human beings for the mere reason that they did not understand the mechanism of our mind. They also were to great length expanding on the notion of evil creating imaginary beings, rulers and masters of this condition of the human mind. The most prominent ruler in their minds is Satan. In their minds this guy Satan can do all sorts of things, from converting you into a poppet following his doctrine, to burn you in hell for eternity.

But, there is no Evil!

What some passionate religious believers truly believe, is nothing more than a soul that it is being tortured by its own needs. Yes, we have needs and they demand fulfilment, nourishment, so they can be appeased letting the mind to function to its God given ability.

There is no Evil! And when you insist on believing that kind of thinking, then you are creating a block in your mind that stops the proper functioning of how your mind is meant to function.

And… as you mind becomes out of tune with the way that it was designed to function, then you start to have the need for believing in more Evils, as you see more Evils you create more blocks in your mind which puts your mind more out of tune, on and on this cycle gets bigger and bigger.

Solution; Feed your needs and your mind gets into proper tune, as it functions properly new ideas come to it to empower you to do the right actions that bring good results to your life.

The results of your actions are the deeds that we bring to Haven when or body dies and that is what you will be judge upon in your day of reckoning.

You may ask; “Is Vincent correct in this article? Is his Evil theory correct? Is that the way that my mind works?”

Answer; Go to the book of yellow pages and look under, psychologist, Psychiatry, suicide prevention agencies etc. etc. And those agencies are for the people that recognize they need help. What about the people that do not think they need help?

So, please feed your needs and forget anybody else or anything else, you are the one that matters, you are the one that has to take care of yourself, you are the one that has to answer for your deeds…

It is that simple!

Vincent

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Vincent Sylvan was born in Lerida, Spain on the foot hills of the Pyrenees Mountains of Northern Spain in June 3rd, 1947. An avid chess player and philosophical thinker since early childhood, he had his plans to emigrate around the world in search of “the meaning of life” at the age of his fifteenth birthday. It was after he did his military service seven years later that he felt free to take his journey. In 1970 Vincent Sylvan immigrated to North America, first Canada, later on to the USA where he now resides with his family on beautiful Lake Lanier in Gainesville, GA. Vincent is true believer on the family and its values, realizing the damage of the divorce epidemic for young children and spouses alike, he discovers a “Formula” to tell people who they have to look for, so they can stay married for life. He tested his discovery in order to find the woman of his dreams “Victoria”. Vincent and Victoria got married six months after their first date. She was as much in love as he was, and since the Soul-Mates had found each other, the time flew by at warp speed. The cultures are different and many people had divorced from those differences alone, but eleven years later the honeymoon is greater than the first day. Convinced this formula can help many folks around the world, he writes his masterpiece book Find Your Soulmate Through Astrology, now available at Amazon, Barns & Nobel, Borders and book stores around the USA. Vincent added a second book in early 2010 Imprisoned in the North Pole. This time he writes about the torture and despair of living by yourself in a desolated environment, with no one to talk to, the main character struggles to keep sane from the loneliness that overtakes him. Vincent Sylvan is a messenger of truth, his goal to get the readers realize their true potential, happiness and to help them bring their dreams to reality. His humble writing style is often decorated of poetry and prose, a dying art which brings the beauty of the soul in tune with us. He motivates the reader to take action to get to his true destiny, like all masters he makes us all realize how simple it is to live a wonderful life.