Non-debating member when I can help myself
I don't want to argue anymore. It's not worth my time or yours, either. In the end we do as we will, whether determined or not.People find such spiritual attributes through practicing the laws of the manifestation of God.
Could a person be just, fair, and good without believing and following the most recent manifestation?
If we say, yes, then that means, it would be unnecessary for manifestations to appear.
Thus, how could a person who does not recognize manifestation "choose" to be fair and just?
On the other hand would you say, it is fate and destiny that a person become a believer, or it is not fate and destiny?
If it is not fate and destiny, then why Bahaullah in His prayer said, God exalts or lowers whoever He wants?
I believe such words of Abdulbaha are intended for believers to read, and be encouraged to become just and fair. By this, He wants to ask us to become fair and just. But if it was not in fate and destiny of a person to become inspired by guidance of God, He would be deprived of spiritual attributes, and thus cannot manifest justice and fairness.
Of course, when manifestation appears, even those who do not believe might be inspired indirectly. But only if they had a chance.