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To make a more peaceful world we have to develop a concern for others.
To build a more peaceful world has been the aim of humanity from the dawn of time.
Today we seam to be further than ever from this great goal. Why is that? Why do we get so near only to fail.
Well we can find part of the answer on the Kemetic teachings that answer is to show a genuine concern for others as all times.
I think that everyone can honestly say that they have shown concern…Continue
The Bible is full of this stuff. We still do it today. This is religious fundamentalism, it is how it works. No prophet preached this hate but fundamentalists think, let's do it!
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Scientology/Mormonism/Christianity - We're not here to blast other religions, but to look at what we have in common and what is different and how we can engage people with real…Continue
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When we stop blaming others and accept responsibility true change will happen.
How many times have we said how mad some ones actions make us and that it is all the fault of this person or that person that this has happen.
True they do play a role in the problem and problem.
But the answer is not in handing out the blame to others the answer is accepting responsibility our selves.
For true change to come about we need to not only say who is to blame but…Continue
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The book of…Continue
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The Charter for Global Harmony This document is co-created by Peace-Loving Peoples of different nations, with different religious, ideological, and political affiliations and aspirations. They come from different professions, having different academic…Continue
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Please note, I was not able to embed pictures, so kindly go the link below for pictures.
Ramadan day 8- Imam Barga-e-Hujjat
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Christ. Christ is the dominate theme in my life. No, I am not a Christian or in any other way religious. I am the Antichrist. I am here to dispel the myth of who Christ was. If I were religious the notion that a woman gave birth to God would be blasphemy. Jesus was as ordinary a man as there ever was. How can I be so sure? A woman gave him birth.
When we say that Jesus was any way other than the way we are, we insult Jesus as well as ourselves. If it were possible to insult God,…Continue
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Following my recent article on "Islamophobia, Sikhophobia, and Media Profiling," I received a number of questions from people about hate-speech and hate-crimes. Some people denied that they occur in modern America, while others asked how we could be so certain that acts of violence were motivated by hate.
The purpose of the…Continue
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There are nine digits that we calculate all mathematical equations with. There are certain amount of letters in each indigenous alphabet, that we write, read and talk with. The letters are meaningless if they do not reveal a higher level of pattern or patterns. It would be absurd if humans did not have the letters on which words are based and so does the communication. We have certain amount of musical note, yet neither the poems, nor scientific articles nor compositions are finite, they are…Continue
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by Steven Shashoua
from Common Ground News Service
London – Girls in headscarves is not exactly what you would expect to see walking through the doors of a Catholic school…Continue
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The quote in the title above is placed on the lips of Sarpedon by Homer in The Iliad (Book 12, lines 326-327, c. 800-850 B.C.E., translated by Samuel Butler, 1898). It reflects the precariousness of life in those times, but I think might be just as applicable in our age.
Comedian Jack Black has noted that “Carpe Diem” was the more original way of saying YOLO (You Only Live Once, which…Continue
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This is an edited version of a sermon Robinson delivered at First Unitarian Universalist Church, Austin, on Sunday, July 22nd. In the sermon, she enters into conversation with a sermon Dr. Robert Jensen delivered at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Austin, two weeks earlier. Jensen's sermon was entitled, "Hope Is for the Lazy: The Challenge of Our Dead…Continue
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Compassion is the fragrance of the Spirit. When we are spiritually connected then compassion flows even for them who are never forgiven by others. Compassion evokes the light of forgiveness that is purely the flame of the Spiit within.
It is only when we allow the Divine to flow through us that those feelings of compassion and forgiveness fill us.
We can't be compassionate. That is false. We can only be open to the eternal Light that guides us from…
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Amal Ali discusses Islam, prayer, the mosque, and the practice of her religious tradition.
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