We are all on the same side

Have you noticed that religions appear to compete with each other, and sometimes takes offense to some of the teachings of other religions? We can agree that the purpose of religion is to make people good, and most religions have commandments or laws that guide their congregation. So we are all on the same side, or you can say on God’s side.

The main question is what religion can make it easy for masses to become good. Is there a teaching that is accessible, and easy to put in use? What teachings will convert a murderer into a loving person, a gang member into a community advocate, an angry person into a pacifist, and a depressed person into a spirited person?

Is there a religion or teaching today that will affect all these poor souls? Most religions want to deal with the afterlife, and not with the present life, like promises of an everlasting afterlife if we jump through the hoops and requirements of a church. The believers are said to be set, while the nonbelievers are left to damnation. But many of the dammed are our love ones. It makes it truly difficult to believe.

My blogs on causality is not to annoy or anger the believers of other religions. We have the same goals. We want to make people good. I believe that causality is the truth of God. I believe that understanding causality will make the evil good. When people understand that their actions of today will affect their future, only good thoughts and behavior will occur.

It is with the hope of peace on earth that I continue to spread the truth of causality. But whatever religion you may be affiliated with, we are all on the same side. We all want greed, arrogance, and self love eliminated from our minds. We are all brothers and sisters.

About heaventruth

A fundamentalist in the translation and interpretation of the Book of Prophecy (Ofudesaki), as it relates to the world today and in the future.
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