In a message dated 3/7/2003 10:43:41 AM Central America Standard Tim, ______@____ writes:
Date: 3/7/2003 10:43:41 AM Central America Standard Tim
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Mr. WorldPeace, I recently came across your site and thought I might share a few words about it.
Thank you. The way I grow in understanding is through comments and
I happened upon your site searching for "austin texas iraq war protest" at Google. I've read through the majority of your site now and find incredible similarities to my own thinking. I generally oppose war. I specifically oppose this war. I have many of the books you mention. While my family is active in our Catholic parish, my wife and I have spent many years studying the Vedic traditions all in search of an understanding of God's truth.
> There is only one truth, God loves you and at every moment of your life you are being cared for by a universe of benevolent beings. We are all handicapped by the choice of existing temporarily in this dimension; in this reality. There is only one God but many paths to God. At the center of each religious bureaucracy, covered up under all the doctrine and dogma, there is the truth that we are all one and that this life is but one dream of an infinite number of dreams. In some ways, we come into a maze from which we struggle to shake off the bonds and limitations of that maze in order to better understand the nature of all things. It is a self imposed experience. In the end, you come to realize there is no game, just existence. In the end, I think all true searchers end up Zen Buddhists who understand that you can never understand the abstract nature of " all that is" through the use of the intellect. Logic will not get you there. Like the Tao te Ching says, " the God that can be described is not the real God". All definitions are limiting and God is beyond limits. So how can God ever be defined. Religions are an attempt at that definition but all religions fail even as they awaken people to the understanding that there is more to life than serving our biological needs.
Not lastly, I too want Peace but am in no way a pacifist. While I wasn't a
Marine (to my brother's dismay), I served my country for seven years and would do so again if need be.
It is interesting to me how much trouble people have with my views about peace
and equality and justice when they see that I and my sons have served in the
military. I am an advocate for peace but the court house each day reminds
me that the world is not a peaceful place. All I am saying is that we can
increase the peace. But since the nature of this dimension is constant
change, there can never be a perfect peace.
How can we manifest peace on earth if we do not include everyone (all races, all nations, all religions, both sexes) in our vision of Peace?
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