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The Poverty of a Religion

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« on: Sep 17, 2012 07:15 pm »

Actually it's only a question of convenience. Those who are too lazy and comfortable to think for themselves and be their own judges obey the laws.

Hey Demian !  Cool

so you saying, not to obey the laws ?

that is going to get you into a heap of trouble !  Shocked Shocked

laws are basically put there for a reason

you might better start a service for the devil, you going to need someone to help you !  Grin Cool

I don't mean that you should do everything that pops into your head. No. But you shouldn't harm and drive away those ideas that make good sense by exorcising them or moralizing about them.
Instead of crucifying yourself or someone else you can drink wine from a chalice and contemplate the mystery of the sacrifice. Even without such procedures you can treat your drives and so called temptations with respect and love. Then they will reveal their meaning-and they all do have meaning. If you happen to think of something truly mad and sinful again, if you want to kill someone or want to commit some enormity. Think that it is the other half of religion that is not available to us. The part that I spoke of before. The unspeakable for most Christians. But the person you want to do away with is of course never Mr. or Mrs. X but merely a disguise. If you hate
a person, you hate something in him or her that is part of yourself. What isn't part of ourselves does not disturb us.


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