My hypothesis is that in order for the Universe to operate correctly balance must be maintained. If I draw a line and put an object on one end then to maintain balance I must put an object of equal size and weight on the other end of the line. If I then draw a line that is perpendicular to the first, that passes through the other line, and then put an object on the end of that line, then to maintain balance I must put an object of equal size and weight on the other end of that line. To maintain balance of the resulting plane, all four of the objects must also be of the same size and weight.
If I now want to create a 3rd dimension and draw a line that is perpendicular to the existing plane and then put an object on one end of the line that is the same size and weight of the other four objects, then I must also put an equivalent object at the other end of the line in order to maintain balance of the resulting cube or sphere.
An example of a balanced Universe can be seen in the symbol called the Star of David. This symbol is also called the symbol of the Archangel Metatron who presented David the gift. When reviewed from the perspective of a three dimensional object you can clearly see the balance it represents.
Imagine that on the image you see to the right that one of the outer circles represents our planet earth. If that were the case then to achieve perfect balance the other five circles would need to represent earth like qualities. If each of these circles had earth like qualities then it may be expected that human life could exist on each, similar to what we have here.
If there exist human life on other earth like planets, necessary to create balance in the Universe, is it a possibility that they are just like us, or it is possible that they would be more advanced than us? If they are more advanced than us, could it be possible that they have outgrown the need for jealousy, hatred, and war? If that were a possibility is it a condition that we could all imagine possible in our world, sometime in the future?
For the balance of the Universe and to fulfill God’s gift to us called “freedom of choice,” I do not think we can ever eradicate evil. What we can do is find a balance in life where we can define evil as poverty, hunger, and disease. If that were the case we could all work together to combat these and not each other.
Well, it’s just a thought.