OK, so this is what I’ve been thinking about all morning.
Hypothetically, let’s say that there is absolute good, and absolute evil.
If everyone in the world except one person does evil, and just one person does good, the good is still there. But if that one good person dies, and everyone who is left is still evil, would the evil become redefined as good? Or would there still be the idea of good, even with nobody actually doing it?
So, this is my question today. Please leave me a comment to say your opinion.
Here is my latest radio thing. It’s about how God is invisible and heaven is everywhere.
Here is some more Wisdom from the radio things I did with Joanna and mummy. You can hear it on the radio on Sunday (9th June) or you can listen on the website here.
When I die and go to heaven I want to take some paper and crayons with me so I can draw a picture of God and then throw it back for people to look at when they’re alive.
In the circuit of love God is the battery, Jesus is the fuse (because the love of God comes through Jesus) and the people’s heads are the light bulbs.
When I go to heaven, I’ll come and find you, because in heaven nobody is lost.