posted on Sep, 8 2010 @ 09:31 PM
Originally posted by IAMIAM
I understand your reservations about the religious fervor of my sentiment. For me I cannot escape it. Everything is religious to me, even that Hendrix
quote you used.
There you mention religion in your post, which was a response to my statement of your religious "fervor"! However, reading over it again, I see that
several places, while you mention religion (or 'religious' to be more precise), you do not come out and say YOU subscribe to one particular religion.
It may be you signature that has me confused as most people who speak of Jesus are most often of the Christian religion! So, I recant, I take it back
man, you have nothing to scratch from you Akashik record lol!!
See, I have a very sour taste left in my mouth from my own Christian upbringing, which is far too long a story to tell here. Personally, I adore
Jesus, the Jesus I know through my own research and reading of many "alternative" texts, so I'm with you on that level anyway! Then, coming out of
that religious haze I began to open my eyes to the whole rouse that is religion! I'm quick to jump the gun on said issue.
So, apologies made and hopefully accepted, moving on...
I also believe that one should not approach another with a sense of higher authority, as I've stated. When you do that, you open yourself up to a s&%t
storm of ridicul and judgement. I do not know anything concrete about any of these issues, they are called theories for a reason. I can only guess
that most of us here do not know anything concrete really, so it is dangerous to approach any conversation with those we consider "asleep" with that
type of attitude. If we want to wake people up to the (subjective) truth, we must realize that the truth we speak of is all theory, however, we know
at the very least that there is something just not right going on and it is within our power to change it!
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