posted on Feb, 3 2009 @ 07:04 PM
We can Hope for Change, we try to overcome the barriers put in place by those before us. Change the Hope. Hope the Change. yes, you know who you
Seriously tho. i see where your coming from. That's strong about the Tower of Babel, i never made the connections on that. Obviously, this helps with
the test idea, in fact, it tells us the specifics of passing the test. Of course i'm speaking from a religious point of view. Specifically, humanity
can pass the test as a whole if we can come together despite the differences and still build the obviously metaphorical Tower.
i'm sure shedding of the materialistic ego driven traits would be a good start on an individual level, like they say, you gotta change yourself
before you can change the world.
On a more global standpoint, we as humans must quit considering the differences between us as major. Obviously the easiest to drop would be
nationality, the hardest to drop would be race. Many would argue that religion also would be hard to drop, but unless there is a massive paradigm
shift, people will always have a need for religion. What religions need are overhauls, spiritual overhauls. People have to be willing to read the
actual texts, to discern the spiritual truth within them and then point this out to the masses. This would be hard, but necessary.
And not impossible either. The one setback is, once a person is Aware of these things within religion, and pointing them out to the masses in each
religion, there is no gaurantee that that person won't abandon religion altogether. This of course would weaken the arguments that were handed to the
masses, and they would revert back to blind faith. Ahhh, that would really be a hard endevour, one would have to knowingly lie and put forth a (place
religion here) front.
This is making my head hurt
Love and Peace