Greetings it's just me again.
Meditating on a dimension. One of many dimensions.
Religion is one bloody dimension, yet that's not all it is.
I am wondering if you think religion will last?
I am wondering if you think it will be necessary for religion to disappear off the face of the earth in order for paradise to fully enter?
I am wondering
(keeping in mind all the while that Jah Will prevail)
Tolerance is another route ------ but is that only a pitstop on the WAY
For we could spend a lifetime reasoning on tolerance in itself.
For those who come to the conclusion that religion is for the most part a DOGmatic evil - what do we do? Sit around and wait?
What do you think will become of religion? Do you think or hope it will stay? Is it possible that someday all of it's bad elements will cease to exist and all the varied religions living intolerance will help the earth and her peoplesflourish happily together in Inity?
I just have this premonition that it's not going that direction... I feel an inevitable merging coming on and a shedding of 'religious skin'
For those who are truer to truth and rightousness than they are to the box it suffocates in and also to those who feel that religion is the only way:
I just wanna know when will religion make room for Jah Will?
When will religion, if it continues to exist... when will it let goodness breathe?
Just curious, Heather :)
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