The Consequence of Conscience:
2010_11_29 "Apathy to evil is equal to partaking in that evil.” – SOC
"He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." -Martin Luther King, Jr. - Wise Quotes
In order to justify inaction when it comes to helping neighbors, people have to convince themselves that their acts or inaction is either of no consequence, or that their neighbor deserves what they get. The bottom line is that everyone can help in some way. Simply sending an email complaining or picking up the phone has an enormous impact on tyrants and injustices.
When one considers that citizens of the USA don't even need to pick up guns or weapons to rid the world of the fiat-monetary systems and evil oligarchy perpetrated by their Federal Reserve Bank, they can simply get out and vote and form Grand Juries to prosecute corrupt public officials, the reality of how important little things are, drives home. Even the collective force of prayer has been proven to have an impact against evil.
We are obliged to love. When we fail to love we diminish ourselves. Apparently it is possible to diminish oneself out of existence.
Scientific evidence of reincarnation shows that we generally reincarnate outside of bloodlines. By definition from reincarnation evidence, someone could be a Nazi white-supremacist racist and come back as a black man or Jew subject to the very hatred they manifest in their prior life. However, clearly that is not always the case as can be demonstrated in reincarnation cases.
It appears that the most powerful souls are often dealt the toughest cards. Out of the ashes and desperation of despair the greatest love of all time shies through and the universe expands in love. Shining examples in modern times are people like Gandhi and Mandela who despite abuse managed to turn the masses to shut down tyranny.