How can we become a Sincere Mistaken Person?

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Answers from the books of Samael Aun Weor

Question: Master, where does one put the spiritual value of the good intentions of a sincere person that lives erroneously?

Answer: My friends, the question from the audience seems very interesting and it pleases me to answer.

Remember that the path that leads to the abyss is paved with good intentions; “many are called but few are chosen.”

The evil of all ages have had good intentions; Hitler, filled with magnificent intentions, trampled many nations and because of him millions of persons died in the gas chambers, or in the concentration camps or on the firing line or in filthy swamps.

Undoubtedly this monster wanted the triumph of great Germany and did not waste any efforts of any type in this cause.

Nero burned Rome because of art, with the mystical intentions of making the lyre resound universally and he threw the Christians to the Roman masses so the lions would devour them with the desire of liberating his people from what he considered an epidemic or a scourge: Christianity.

The executioner that carries out an unjust order, full of magnificent intentions, kills his fellowman. Millions of heads fell under the guillotine during the French Revolution and the executioners worked with magnificent intentions, because they wanted the triumph of the people.

Robespiere filled with magnificent intentions, led many innocent people to the gallows. We should not forget what the Holy Inquisition was; then the inquisitors with magnificent intentions, condemned many unhappy people to the fire, to the torture rack, to martyrdom.

I want you then, ladies and gentlemen, to comprehend how important good deeds are, and not good intentions that can be more or less erroneous.

The judges of Karma in the tribunals of objective justice judge souls by their deeds, by their concrete actions, clear and definitive, and not by their good intentions.

The results are always what count; it is useless to have good intentions if the actions are disastrous.

Samael Aun Weor. Excerpt from the book: Yes, there is Hell,...