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you are a bright light

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in an often dark, complicated world, cecil

it all should be very simple, as you so beautifully explained

it's always been so ironic to me that so many wars have been fought in the name of peace.... and the myriad of wars fought by religious groups who claim they are fighting for the good of mankind while lives are lost to nothing amazes and shames me

we can only hope that the human race is moving forward in the evolutionary process..... though i don't anticipate an end to war in our lifetimes, unfortunately

it will happen one person at a time, peace and lack of conflict taught to our children and our children's children

(remember that album, "to our children's children's children"?... moody blues... great music.. i loved that album)

the thing that continually baffles me is unnecessary conflict within small groups of people... families, co-workers, etc..... if we can't stop that, how can we stop war and terrorism?

you are so right about the blame game and how ludicrous it is...

it is we who are to blame.... we need to learn to quell our anger, accept each other just as we are, love each other, forgive each other and quit judging each other

thanks for a beautiful sunday sermon.



you are a bright light

Posted to Utterances




in an often dark, complicated world, cecil

it all should be very simple, as you so beautifully explained

it's always been so ironic to me that so many wars have been fought in the name of peace.... and the myriad of wars fought by religious groups who claim they are fighting for the good of mankind while lives are lost to nothing amazes and shames me

we can only hope that the human race is moving forward in the evolutionary process..... though i don't anticipate an end to war in our lifetimes, unfortunately

it will happen one person at a time, peace and lack of conflict taught to our children and our children's children

(remember that album, "to our children's children's children"?... moody blues... great music.. i loved that album)

the thing that continually baffles me is unnecessary conflict within small groups of people... families, co-workers, etc..... if we can't stop that, how can we stop war and terrorism?

you are so right about the blame game and how ludicrous it is...

it is we who are to blame.... we need to learn to quell our anger, accept each other just as we are, love each other, forgive each other and quit judging each other

thanks for a beautiful sunday sermon.