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slow week on faith babble?

Posted by Jai Narayan on August 7, 2004, at 8:46:02

"At the bottom of things, most people want to be understood and appreciated."
"Buddha's Little Instruction Book"

I feel my life enriched when someone can appreciate me as I am struggling for understanding. Just that clear calm recognition and acceptance is a healing balm.
Jai Narayan


Re: slow week on faith babble?

Posted by rayww on August 9, 2004, at 10:08:13

In reply to slow week on faith babble?, posted by Jai Narayan on August 7, 2004, at 8:46:02

Perhaps most come here to feel that healing balm you write about, but in calm they don't wish to post. Keep writing. Peace and calm is the most universal quest/guest, and you are right when you say it begins within each individual.

There is much common ground between religions; peace, love, acceptance, happiness, kindness, etc. Look at the families of the earth, even those who live behind the chains of oppression and you will find common ground.

I long for a perfect world with perfect justice. There has to be a more noble gain than money. It appears the super powers want all the money, while the rest of us work as peasants.

Of course, ho hum, where would we be without Walmart? Reminds me of a song, Oh Where, Oh where has our government gone? Oh where oh where can it be? With it's_____cut short and it's _____ cut long, Oh where, Oh where can it be?

God's perfect government would be as the city of Enoch. It was so righteous the whole city was removed from the earth and taken to heaven. When it returns, and it will at the second coming, we will see more clearly the effects of perfect governance. Here's the scoop: Invite calm and peace into your heart as you read, and if you choose to read this.

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