Mike Ghouse, March 2000
1) We shall not ridicule anyone that God has created. It
amounts to ridiculing their Creator.
2) We shall not attempt to undermine the divinity of other
It amounts to arrogance, a quality to get rid of, and become a
3) We shall not commit another sin in attempting to enforce
that one religion is better than another by claiming that we
have the best solutions, or hinting any superiority.
4) We shall not blame any religion or a group for the acts of
the individuals just because they belong to that faith or
5) Letís learn to differentiate the wrong doers from the
while appreciating the goodness of each religion.
6) We shall strive to rid ourselves of greed, anger, hate,
ill-will, pettiness, malice, and ignorance to achieve
7) Our salvation, our peace of mind, our nirvana, our Moksha,
our Mukti, our freedom and our joining the kingdom of God is
directly dependent on living a prejudice free life and a life
as described in the 6th commandment.
Every religion frees us from the negative engagements. When we
truly believe in the ultimate oneness of God and the ultimate
oneness of mankind, we have accepted Godís greatness and
parity of human beings.
The world is a better place today because of the Religion and
spirituality, without which there would be chaos.
All the religions are on the same side; that of goodness for
is to encourage individuals to develop an open mind and an open heart
toward their follow beings. If we can learn to accept and respect the God
given uniqueness of each one of the 7 billion of us, then conflicts fade
and solutions emerge. We believe that knowledge leads to
understanding and understanding to acceptance and appreciation of a
different point of view.
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