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The Poverty of a Religion

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« on: Sep 16, 2012 06:38 pm »

The problem with a law is that of enforcing it. One can enforce anything but not be qualified to pass judgement in this manner. This has been a consisitent flaw we see in the testimony of history both personal and in a worldly sense.

What about the spirit of a law and its original intention? What works in one case does not always hold true in another. The highest law is that of love. If we do things with love, true love, we stand above man made laws. We are in the eternal realm of Gods closely guided plan which is awakening in our hearts. What is true at one time may not be at another and what is law today may not apply to tomorrow's circumstances. It is a matter of attunement to our highest purpose. We should not supress what is another half us to abide by man made laws. All will be eventually revealed as we open up to what is inside of us and face our fears and passions with no shame but a loving attitude
and understanding in our self and thus in others and there struggles as well. Always being considerate of the space others are in and sensitive to their needs desires and values. For those who judge; judgement will be pronounced. We continue to grow in our relationship to the divine and less and less pass judgement on the struggles of others as we know far too well our own.


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