This law is simple to understand. Regardless of how bad we believe our lives are, there is always someone else who has it worse. Everything in our physical world is made real by its relation to something else.
You can’t have up without down, left without right, good without evil, joy without sorrow. Everything in life just is until we have something to measure it against. We determine meaning in everything in life. It’s all relative.
The Law of Relativity says everything is neutral because, everything is relative. It’s always on us to attach meaning and emotions to the experience. Everything is worthless until we attach value. It’s easy to see why our compass has led us so far from the path to peace. The peace that nearly every human being on the planet yearns for and deserves!
nobody makes us angry; Nobody makes us sad; words are just words. We give value and meaning to everything by the way we process data. The context in which we process data is often inaccurate because of outside influence and manipulation. Even the strongest willed humans can get caught in the web of deceit. The Law of Relativity is a powerful tool to use as a shield against manipulation of the truth through fear.
Our reaction is determined by the choice we make, which can be conscious or unconscious, but it’s still a choice.
The Universal Law of Relativity: Not Einstein’s Theory
“Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics. His work is also known for its influence on the philosophy of science.”Wikipedia
Although Einstein’s work was very closely related with the Law of Relativity, people often mistake Einstein’s Theory of Relativity with this divine universal law. They are not the same. You can learn more about Einstein’s Theory here.
Einstein’s work put a glimpse of what we have been missing about universal law in the public eye. He was defiantly on to something.
How This Divine Law Governs
When we study this law, we find that:
- All things are relative to each other.
- All universal laws are related and correspond to each other.
- The laws of the little are the laws of the great.
- There is no big nor small, fast nor slow, except by comparison.
Every law must be relative to all other laws. In other words, they must be in harmony or agreement and correspond with each other. Does anyone see this happening?
An understanding of this law will give one the ability to solving many of the mysteries of life.
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me”Philippians 4:13
It means that no matter what the challenge is, if you face it with an attitude of faith and prayer (of gratitude) as you’re doing it, then you will have success. This doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to worship Christ in the process. Just have faith that these 14 universal laws are going to work this time too!