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Sunday, October 2, 2011

lot of word


Good morning and welcome to the garage sell and auction. Today we have some thoughts on religion. There are as many religious beliefs as there are people. They all center around god. A person is brought up to believe in what the religious leaders and the historical figures of their religion have taught them. Now I was raised as a catholic, and adhere to the teaching of Jesus Christ, so I am a christen.  I have studied many of the other religion, and found they all basically teach the same things.

Simply, it come down to the twelve commandments.  The first one is the only one we have had any success at follow. That is “Go forth and subdue the earth, be fruitful and multiply” the rest we have not done so well with. I read and observe that many quote and preach the texts of our religious teaching but very rarely do, as we were taught. We can read and study how to ride a bike; we can quote per datum the word of the manuals, but until we get on a bike and ride, putting the training into practice do we become one with the bike, and find the joy of being.

“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” this is the greatest of the commandments, although it may be worded differently in different cultures it is a universal commandment.  This is the bike we should get on and ride.  We need to quit quoting and studying and get on the bike and ride. When the day comes and we are judged it won’t be that we can quote the word but how we live the word.

 Here are my picks for today:

Erin Maureen Dixon http://notme2night.com/?p=1000

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3 comments:

Mattias Kroon said...

Thank you for your wise words Roy! Something to implement in the days to come.

Martha J. M. Orlando said...

That's the best bike to be riding, Roy! Wonderful reflection!

JANU said...

Thanks Roy...a wonderful post. We must practice what we preach or what we quote.

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