Saturday, October 15, 2005

Monotheism vs Freedom

I read the letter written from the leader in Iraq. It seems the intention is toward 'monotheism', and Islam being the one, all others are 'nonbelievers'. It seems the intention is to continue this 'war' even after the Americans withdraw from Iraq.

President George Bush proclaimed that he fight for 'freedom', among other things, such as 'weapons of mass destruction'.

It is unfortunate that killing is the chosen way to achieve that purpose.

Monotheism. All things do lead back to 'God'. What else is there? Why are we killing each other for this? Is there a thing on this living earth that is not made of 'God'? It is as if you can go to a place where He is not there. It's impossible. He is everywhere.

Freedom. We all have the freedom to choose. Society will sometimes place restrictions on this 'freedom' to discourage certain types of behavior that they deem aren't good for society, but still that particular individual does have a freedom to choose. Some societies use beheadings as a form of discouragements, for others, it's jail time or pay fine. Still, nobody can take the freedom to choose from the individual. So, everybody has the freedom to choose, although the choice, once made, does have consequences.

I believe these crises serve as a catalyst for us to evolve to the next level. Christ and Buddha have showed us what we are capable of. To save this earth, it will take many of us to evolve to a higher level, where we will cease to kill because we see what we kill is also a part of us. We will reach out and help others because we see this is helping us. To raise consciousness means to see us as connected to the Source 'God', and to each other. If we can rise to this level, this can be a beautiful world indeed.

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