What is the sin? We keep hearing from the Bible or in the church that we are all sinners with no exception. Even newborns are sinners because we all carried the sin of Adam and Eve.
Let’s get back to the definition of sin. We can find few definitions and variations; “an offense against the religious or moral law” or “transgression of the law of God.”
Moreover, what is the law of God? There are too many laws. Why would God create all these laws? Maybe the right question is, does He created those laws? Most likely not. We, the humans like to create laws and rules. God has only one law, the law of energy. Energy must be kept in balance at all time. When we are talking about energy, we refer to any form of energy: physical matter as well as metaphysical manifestation like souls, thoughts or other realms. Religions are telling us that even the wrong thought is a sin because God knows it all, and they are right, but the explanation is incomplete. The reason the thought could be a sin is that our thoughts create a wave of energy that can unbalance the surrounding. Every act of sins enumerated in the bible is coming to the same law of energy mentioned above. Killing is creating energetic unbalance, stilling is creating unbalance since the things we still are nothing but the energy transformed from the work of others, so we are stilling energy creating unbalance again.
For the sin, we have another similar term called Karma. Those two are not just similar, but they are same notions. With Karma, we break a cycle of energy, and we suppose to come back and fix it. With sin, we are asking for forgiveness, but that does not mean our wrongs will be erased from the book of life. Our forgiveness comes at a cost. We have to do something to be forgiven. Sometimes take care or others, homeless or people in need. All the good deeds we do are just reactions to previous actions and those could be our actions or others’. That is how the sin is forgiven or as we mentioned before the balance is restored.