“MY RELIGION IS KINDNESS”-DALAI LAMA

Published August 21, 2013 by whitecrow12013

If only all religions were this simple. How many unnecessary wars, would not even have begun? How many lives in the world would not have been taken? How many weapons would not have been made? These are questions we must ask ourselves. What if it was this simple? What if we are all wrong about religions?-Whitecrow

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21 comments on ““MY RELIGION IS KINDNESS”-DALAI LAMA

    • I agree with Ghandi πŸ™‚ They say their Christians, but don’t act like one. Beware my brother the ones with forked tongues. Say one thing and do another. I have seen it for myself. I bow to Ghandi. If they are going to follow Christ, then follow his doctrines πŸ™‚

      • So true… Christ would have overturned a lot of tables in these mega church’s. Starbucks outlet in them? Come on really…

      • What is even funnier I was invited to a Keg party at a church? I said you guys have keg parties at church? I was amazed. All I could think of as Christ turning the tables in the synagogue. He we would be table flipping for sure πŸ˜‰

      • Jesus is coming back as the lion. Not like the lamb the first time. Truly he’s not coming meek this time. I was abducted and almost murdered by a serial killer when I was young. I to this day try to come to terms. Why things happen like this my friend. He is sitting on death row. I would like to pull the switch for the girls he did kill. I ask is that wrong? What purpose does it serve us? We can’t change what happened to us. Why I survived and so many did not. These questions will never be answered.

      • It was meant to be that you survived. Holding on to that jerk must be terrible. What karmic business went on there. I wish you could somehow release the weird bond you have with that soul. I know this sounds weird but I mean it at a higher vibrational level of thinking.

  • I was thinking of this today when I was at work. I have a hard time relating to Christianity when I hear and see all the judgement. This has never felt good to me to interact with others like this. It has been even harder to overcome this way of thinking when it has been fed to us (especially in the Bible Belt of the South) since we were babies. I want to come from a place of love and kindness always and I strive to do just that. I often imagine and dream of a place where we all practice this. What a wonderful place this would be!

      • I have this inner argument with myself, as I know that some things really are meant to be. I wonder if these people who are unkind aren’t souls we have arranged this life with at this moment to teach each other. Would we appreciate complete happiness and kindness if we didn’t know what the opposite felt like? Yin and yang so they say, but then I think, “So I’m just supposed to accept that all these bad things are ok or acceptable?” The vastness of the universe makes it completely impossible to figure all of it out, but I know I want to follow my heart and do what I think is right. And maybe the murderer feels in his heart that murder is the answer. If he truly feels that, it that wrong? I suppose that would lend to the yin and yang. It blows my mind to try to figure it all out.

      • The truth is Good and Evil. Negative and Positive in what ever way we want to perceive the Universe is our Reality. We can be a victim or survivor. I have racked my brains around this for many years. The Yin and Yang has a story One side is good and one side is bad. But the little circles of each is in each other. The good has a little circle of bad and the bad side has a circle of good. So the Good can be bad if it wants. The Bad can be good if it wants. That is what they try to let us see in the personification of God and the Devil in Catholicism. The same paradigm. But in between the line of good and bad. The line that runs through the middle is what they call the place of Nirvana. A balance between the both. Neither Good or Bad. The place inbetween. The same with God and the Devil in the Story of Job. You can see them betting on what Job would do. But the Orders to the Devil can fom God. We need to find the place. That place that just is. That Bad things happen to all of us. To teach us lessons and strengthen the spirit. But if we have no attachments to this world. Then when they are gone they would not effect us. We have the Free Will to choose how we deal with what comes are wway for Good or Bad. To dwell on all the negative. Or to find some positive in every situation. My mind is always reeling in the depths of the planes of our existence. Sometimes it does bring you to the brink of madness, Or is it madness? And its the true Reality of it all?

  • I was thinking of this today when I was at work. I have a hard time relating to Christianity when I hear and see all the judgement. This has never felt good to me to interact with others like this. It has been even harder to overcome this way of thinking when it has been fed to us (especially in the Bible Belt of the South) since we were babies. I want to come from a place of love and kindness always and I strive to do just that. I often imagine and dream of a place where we all practice this. What a wonderful place this would be!

    • Ditto πŸ™‚ I am spiritual not religious. Religion is for people who are afraid to go to hell. Spirituality is for ones who have already been there. I have been to hell and back. So spirituality is my road. πŸ˜‰

    • My husband’s family is Catholic and he is no longer in the church, but it hurts me that his family’s religion doesn’t see us as married because I am divorced. I cringe to think of what they would think of the paranormal activity. It’s strange to me that they believe in angels and demons but can’t imagine a psychic or a medium could speak to the dead without being evil.

      • That is sad. I believe in angels and good and bad spirits but never dabbled in any of this because it scares me due to some experiences. But you bring up a sad reality about church and divorce…I ranted about that a bit..I may post a bit more about that. I find nothing Christian or compassionate in judging and shunning people. Blessings

      • All the world is filled with good and evil. That goes along with the Good and Evil spirits on the earth. We can not come to enlightenment without either. We should never shun anyone because of their religion. Its their faith in God is all that matters. πŸ™‚

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