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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Worshipping sects and dead people



Being a member of somekind of sect or reading books that are written by great dead men are not a bad thing. Bad thing is when you start worshipping them. Worshipping someone means you give a lot of energy to a object or system you worship. That also make you blind and deaf.  "Jesus, help me, show me how to get more money/love/better life!!!" - Jesus can't do anything about your money problems. Why? Because he is dead. You may want to read great storys and maybe true storys about him and what he has done. These storys may be really inspiring and help you a lot, but don't fall into some sect, that just wishes to rob you.

  Being a member of some religion, system or sect means you have to fill them with your energy, time or money. For your energy, time and money they'll give you a membership in their community. That usually means you have to start being a part of their regular rituals, that take place in church or where ever. They think these rituals are giving Enlightenment or something. Well, you also have to make regular donates, because the leaders of system/sect/religion had placed their career on leading a system/sect/religion.

 Two oldest occupations that still make crazy money to their heads: Prostitution and Christianity.
So be careful, before you join any of the sects. Consider wisely, where do you think to join. And if you join be aware of the energie flows.

8 comments:

  1. Adults worthshipping imaginary friends is just plainly stupid..though I really like SAnchez the pink tequilla rabit very much :P

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  2. I like what you did with your blog. keep up the good work!

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  3. You don't have to belong to any religion to be a good person. That is how I see it.

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  4. Yeah christianity is the best crap ever who make really lots of money...
    I still ask me why I'm not a priest who takes money from the others...

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  5. An aged man once explained why he kept a numbered inscription on his skin. It was from his time in a concentration camp. He said he wore that number as a reminder to the current generation about the dangers of ideological extremism.

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