Saturday, July 22, 2006

A Challenge (1)

This is the challenge from Tibetan Master Djwhal Khul: Part 1

'I challenge the thinkers of the world to drop their sectarianism, their nationalism, and their partisanships, and in the spirit of brotherhood to work in their particular nation, regarding it as an integral part of a great federation of nations - a federation that now exists on the innerside, but waits for the activity of world thinkers to bring it to materialization on the outer side. I charge them to work in the cause of religion and in the field of that particular religion in which they, by an accident of birth or by choice, are interested, regarding each religion as part of the great world religion. They must look upon the activities of their group, society or organization as demanding their help, just in so far, and only so far, as the principles upon which they are founded, and the techniques which they employ, serve the general good and develop the realization of Brotherhood.'

We are making progress. We have the United Nations. It is they who are asking for a cease fire in Lebanon. The United States, on the other hand, is making an excuse for Israel.
We have interfaith organizations. People of different faiths are coming together and work together to improve the lives for many people.
Still, there is so much work to be done.


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