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Featured Is There the Same Kindness Among Religious Strangers?

Discussion in 'General Religious Debates' started by wizanda, Dec 23, 2019.

  1. wizanda

    wizanda One Accepts All Religious Texts
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    Sorry I'm some times pushy, and sorry I want so much from everyone; yet honestly I'm like on the verge of suicide like Cassandra before the Destruction of Troy at times - Thus like a man driven to suicide, because people will not hear his cause.

    This video just made me sob, because I feel so hurt by the religious people of this world.



    It isn't hard for others to line up religious texts by studying them, as stepping stones across a river of understanding... It is harder to manoeuvre those trucks to save someone's life.

    All I'm asking is for people to be realistic, and read the world's religious texts, to realize we can not have world peace, unless we understand where each other is coming from.

    I've realized over these last 15 years I'm not actually suicidal, I'm scared for our life's, and none of you are taking this seriously, as none have read all the texts, so none care to fully help.

    Thus it would be so easy for everyone to question the religious texts fully, then manoeuvre them into a Oneness between them, and we can correct the world's religions, then we all can survive.

    Maybe I should stop asking religious people to save the world, as apparently they don't care as much as truck drivers or Good Samaritans do. :oops:

    In my opinion.
    :innocent:
     
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  2. PureX

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    When did saving the world, or saving humanity from itself, become your responsibility?
     
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    Harel13 Nin-Jew Master
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    What does general kindness have to do with disagreeing with you on how to understand religion?
     
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  4. wizanda

    wizanda One Accepts All Religious Texts
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    Because I was sent from Heaven to inform people they need to do so, and have the New Name of the Messiah; which then interlinks many of the world's religions as One.

    My name is Zanda or Zan for short, there are versions of my name in many of the religions; like saying Cassandra tried to prevent the destruction of Troy.

    Zan-Nun in the Quran is Jonah, where Christ warned that would be the Sign before the Day of Destruction; ever since I can remember I've known the Great Tribulation will happen in our lifetime.
    I personally do not have the responsibility of saving the world, and that is very unfair to put on one person; the world's religions are about to fight each other, and if no one listens on here, there is little we can do to make everyone not kill each other. :(

    I'm simply here asking people to please read each others texts (Revelation 10:11); rather than destroy the planet (Revelation 11:18).

    In my opinion. :innocent:
     
  5. wizanda

    wizanda One Accepts All Religious Texts
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    The end of humanity is soon, because of lack of religious compassion among them, to understand each other.

    Therefore as someone who has gone out of their way reading religious texts, that haven't taught me much, simply to explain them for others, before their destruction, means I personally find most of you selfish; because we shouldn't need to ask people to read each other's religious contexts, to make the effort to save humanity.

    People generally are argumentative when dealing with religious texts, like we're down near Hell, where rather than assess the situation, people are looking to show it flawed.

    Which is why me being sent from a higher dimension of consciousness, is to try to help; yet like the man on the bridge, there isn't religious trucks manoeuvring to save the planet, instead we get in trouble for asking for Peace all the time, as people don't want to question they could be wrong. :oops:

    In my opinion. :innocent:
     
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    Ever wonder how such talk makes those of us who have no such religious beliefs feel? I'm quite tough mentally such that I couldn't give a fig, and perhaps such talk is aimed at those who might be persuaded, but it is rather depressing to predict some future catastrophe when believing such might just bring it about - rather than the sensible option of actually doing practical things to ensure this doesn't happen. And unfortunately, as I see it, it does involve doing more practical things than in believing various things (of a spiritual nature).

    Our future and that of all life on Earth might end at any moment - due to all sorts of things - but we should live as if we can affect the future practically, and do that which will sensibly avoid any such calamities.
     
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    Apparently, the would-be jumper was saying that he was having issues with his family, but there wasn't anything specific that I could find.

    Well, I guess it's good that these truckers got together to save the guy, although what I always find interesting about stories like this is that nobody really cares about a person's suffering until they're either on the verge of suicide or about to commit a mass murder. Until they reach the brink, anyone in pain is dismissed, mocked, and ridiculed as a "whiner," a "wussy" - and someone who should be held in contempt and scorn by the rest of society. But when they reach the brink of suicide or murder, there's this inexplicable "sudden switch" to that of faux compassion and empathy where none existed before.
     
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  8. BSM1

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    Well, you did ask, @PureX
     
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  9. dybmh

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    It's OK. I totally get it. I think most people here get it too.
    It makes sense for you to feel this way. It ( this feeling ) can be formed for good, though. That is one of your talents, IMO. It is taking this feeling you are describing and then converting it into something else that is pure and bright.
    Well... I know 1 guy who appreciates y'all ( that's me ) . It's not much, but it's all I have right now to offer.
    It is very hard for me. Harder than you seem to be acknowledging. This lack of acknowledgment is a little painful for me. As long as it exists; it will always be a rift between us as friends, brothers, and comrades.
    That is a big ask. I'm sorry. I need to focus , not diversify. My brain does not do well attempting to read and understand the world's religious texts. It is too confusing and my brain can't handle it. It's like sensory overload.
    Yes. I feel the same way sometimes. Rather often , TBH.
    It's not easy. Not for me.
    I do care. I promise. I am just ... limited.
     
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  10. wizanda

    wizanda One Accepts All Religious Texts
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    I don't really have a religious belief, I've been told by the Source of reality, and then read the same in many of the world's religious texts, else I'd not believe it was all real.

    As someone trying to save humanity, I get it offends people that religious people will soon destroy us in a Great Battle in the Middle East; which is where I've studied religious texts in the hopes of fixing it, even though I can not stand ritualism or the obsessive religious nature.

    I completely understand people being offended at being wiped out, and I'd advise them to understand the points I'm making that rectify the world's religions; whilst telling the religious of the world to take it all a bit more seriously, so everyone doesn't have to die in the Great Tribulation.

    In my opinion. :innocent:
     
  11. wizanda

    wizanda One Accepts All Religious Texts
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    After we read a few texts our mind realizes that they are not totally foreign languages any more; we can get multiple translations online.

    It only takes us a few hours to read the Bhagavad Gita, it is a quick read, and is amazingly expressive.

    The Tao Te Ching is only 81 poems, it doesn't take long to read; yet it takes years to understand though.

    Some bits can be short cut, like for example: reading all Blavatsky's work expounding on the Bon ideas, mixed with a form of Buddhism is interesting; yet it isn't all essential as there are Source materials more advanced - yet Wikipedia can save time.

    As for brain computations: the dimensional quantum physics explains a way to hack the system with this, and I thought you might have got it when you said 'time is an illusion'...

    If we're all quantum physics, where is the memory really stored?

    Source = CPU with infinite threading, and infinite potentiality.

    Oneness already sees the lines of theological instruction, we just have to relearn the calculations physically; thus when we make the matter read, the Source actually educates us.

    Plus since linear time (4D) is a mathematical illusion inside infinite time (8D), we can understand things outside of a linear timeline, if we recognize our infinite nature.

    Like think from the soul, rather than mind; it is far faster, as one is dense vibration; the other is light energy, that already has infinite knowledge within it (Dharma/Tao/Word/Logic).
    Converting darkness into light is why we're down near Hell; some don't recognize it.
    If there are equations where there is confusion between religious perspectives, feel free to ask; it is something I do for a hobby.

    Like enlightenment in Heaven (Oneness) is being able to understand all facets of wisdom i.e. the 24 Elders are the world's religious ideas; why stop at just one aspect of a whole.

    Ultimately when we come to 0neness where we're not attached to self; yet embracing that the Source ultimately is beyond us, in so many ways - We then can become One to a lot more understanding.

    In my opinion. :innocent:
     
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    I'm not like you. At least not yet...
    Thank you. I will read it soon. I promise.
    Many years for some... for me... it will be many lifetimes or not at all.
    Ok Zanda. I trust you. If you think I can handle it... go ahead and send me some links...
    Granted: I have potential to understand; but, I'm not sure if I am ready for this yet. I'm just being honest about my current limitations.
    Ok I can visualize that... but I think I need to learn proper Eastern Yoga of some sort from a qualified instructor before pursuing this.
    This comes naturally for me... but I'm just a baby in the grand scheme of things. So, this seems like light years away from my current aptitude and I am lacking disciple. Its a little discouraging to be honest.
    .... but a lot of people do recognize it. So don't give up.
    Thank you. I will. I promise.
    I hear you.
    This part is not inviting or compelling to me. But that doesn't de-value anything that you are saying.
     
  13. wizanda

    wizanda One Accepts All Religious Texts
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    The Commandments as steps, act as dimensions of understanding; where Jacob's Ladder teach us the steps of ascension.

    Just by meditating on the physics around us, that reality isn't what it seems, and is a giant symphony of strings (1D); then realizing images are only replication in the mind of Source (2D), expands us to an understanding of Oneness more than most perceive.

    As for Yoga integrated with Dimensional Quantum Physics, we need to understand both as separate systems: one as our biological connection to Source, and the other the dimensions of the reality we exist within.
    The Source is at a Zero Point (14D+), not One, like us inside the reality; where we exist in the 13 dimensions it manifests for us.

    0neness is understanding to be ultimately selfless, like Source is.
    We don't have to study everything to be masters, it is more what, and how we study.

    If we understand the theological structure first, like literally get how our bodies function in this reality, and how the reality functions, then we can deal with other factors after.

    Think this is what Yeshua meant when he said first seek the Kingdom of God, he wasn't on about religious rubbish; yet real connection first through meditation to the Source, then leads us to more advanced wisdom levels within, to then discern what the texts are meaning.
    The idea Source has put me here, has scared me since my first memories, of realizing the Great Tribulation is Soon, from visions I'd witnessed.

    I'm not giving up, and after reality collapses; I'm still there, I'm just depressed before it, like all the prophets have been, as people don't realize this is the extent of Messianic prophecy for them, before our reality is recreated, and then just the enlightened saints are kept after.

    In my opinion. :innocent:
     
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    Reading and "interpreting" religious texts has actually been the cause of much death and destruction.
     
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    Ah! Good luck with that.
     
  16. wizanda

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    We agree misinterpreting religious texts can lead to death, and destruction.

    Thus we need to fix them, not pretend it isn't happening, and that the problem will just magically go away, even if no one fixes it.

    We can show clear issues in comprehension leading to global strife, that can easily be fixed by exegesis; it just needs people online to be real about debate, where we finalize logical conclusions between us.

    On the internet, it is far safer for discussion; than Zionist & Christendom (Israel) Vs (Iran) Muhammadans in the Middle East... We've not got long left before this starts.

    In my opinion. :innocent:
     
  17. wizanda

    wizanda One Accepts All Religious Texts
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    Who needs luck, we've got angel powers, and regardless if reality soon gets annihilated, as an archangel death is only a start.

    Here is an illusion made from quantum physics; it is more the point, once our world is destroyed, do we exist beyond our physical comprehension.

    I'm not here to convince the world, I'm here to prove people wouldn't even listen to Christ at Judgement Day; when explaining everything needed to survive (43:60-77, Revelation 3:18).

    In my opinion. :innocent:
     
  18. Milton Platt

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    Well, opinions are like a**holes....we all have one. :p:p:p If faulty texts have not been "fixed" after thousands of years of effort, what chance now? If a text is god-given,would it not be straightforward and unambiguous in the first place?
    Why not just take anything good that might be in the texts and dump all the abiguous and seemingly useless crap in them?
     
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    wizanda One Accepts All Religious Texts
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    People generally fix things when the crap hits the fan.
    The Rabbinic Jews decided to ignore the prophecies, and rewrite them; Islam then states this corruption has happened, and asks them to deal with their issues.

    It wasn't the ambiguity, it is certain argumentative natures with some types of people, which has detrimented people dealing with the texts more logistically.
    We could do that once we fix the previous issues, where we need to fix the Messianic prophecy, for the Messiah to be respected to fix the religions.

    This takes showing where Yeshua was the fulfilment of prophecy in the Tanakh, and then when this is clearly shown; the same exegetical method can show the Messiah's 2nd coming.

    In my opinion. :innocent:
     
  20. Milton Platt

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    The easy fix is to just to forget them and base one's life on reality
     
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