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Why has man been given the faculty of will and how should that faculty be used? WILL YOU EXPLAIN PLZ ?

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Asked by truth exposed, 15 Jan '13 05:03 pm
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Will is a great blessing for man. A spider has a web and it cannot will to weave anything else. And a silkworm is not knowledgeable about a web. A horses duty is running, a camels duty is carrying burden and a nightingales duty is singing. They have no power to get out of their duties. They are not given that kind of will.

But, what about man? Man is both able to make a needle and a rocket. So many different, even opposite books can rise from his thought. And his heart is open for several loves from transient to enduring; he can love what he wishes. He can do all of those by means of a great favor called will, or by a responsibility of a great test.

Man should utilize that great wealth properly. Heeding what one was told and obeying orders is a matter of will. The opposite of it is disobedience and rebellion. If a student uses his will to heed what his teacher commands, he becomes a scholar, a wise person. Ones who esteem disobedience as a good act can do nothing but increase the ...more
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 15 Jan '13 05:06 pm

 
  
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Will is a great blessing for man. A spider has a web and it cannot will to weave anything else. And a silkworm is not knowledgeable about a web. A horses duty is running, a camels duty is carrying burden and a nightingales duty is singing. They have no power to get out of their duties. They are not given that kind of will.

But, what about man? Man is both able to make a needle and a rocket. So many different, even opposite books can rise from his thought. And his heart is open for several loves from transient to enduring; he can love what he wishes. He can do all of those by means of a great favor called will, or by a responsibility of a great test.

Man should utilize that great wealth properly. Heeding what one was told and obeying orders is a matter of will. The opposite of it is disobedience and rebellion. If a student uses his will to heed what his teacher commands, he becomes a scholar, a wise person. Ones who esteem disobedience as a good act can do nothing but increase the ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 15 Jan '13 07:01 pm

 
  
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