posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 12:42 AM
I say that your title rings heavily of Jesus. For those of the western world anyway.
It has a subtle suggestion of separation. Those who do, and those who don't.
Now, when those of us from the Christian cultures hear these words, we understand Jesus to have ment that not every one will be able to wrest their
souls from the power of the devil enough to truly hear, and comprehend, the word of God. Should this be the true and only word of God then thank you
But it is not only Christians who use this line. Basically all religions use it. Liberals use it. Conservatives use it.
Used car salesmen use it and use it and use it. Can you hear me?
Being a person of western culture, I have since childhood set, or have had set for me, an aspiration to avoid making judgements, so I hope you do not
find me so.
Now, as I have managed, I hope, to engage you somewhat in a way as you have requested, I would like to, if you will, address one more observation.
Your name. The Only Answer? Ok, I'll bite. What is it?
And, oh, welcome.
edit on 10-2-2013 by TerryMcGuire because: Add