Thursday, January 20, 2011

Where Will We Be A Hundred Years From Now?
Today religion is seen as superstitious, archaic and the cause of suffering, bigotry, and hate. Yet in the past it was these same teachings, be it the Bible, the Koran, or the Torah that taught us that compassion, not might, should be the basis of civilization. Teachings that have inspired us and gives purpose to our lives. The teachings have not changed we have. We, not religion, are the architects of our problems. It seems the more we learn the more we question our faith, turning to ourselves for answers, and the message of our faith fades from memory. We are fixated on knowing and seem to have little patience for believing. Wonder where that is going to get us?

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