Saturday, January 28, 2017
Is America Preparing for War?
Yesterday in the news, Mikhail Gorbachev said he sees the United States preparing for war. What are the signs of war?
When George W. Bush justified his preemptive strike on Iraq, he brought religion into the justification for war. President Bush, a Christian, equated Christianity and patriotism. Many Conservative Christians now believe it is patriotic to wage war.
Each of the seven major religions teaches one segment of the body of knowledge necessary to understand to create the life you want, but each of them also plays a favorite power game. Christians wage war, based on the game of Pride, which is one of the Seven Deadly Sins. It comes from the belief that you are better than others, and therefore you have the right to put others down.
President Trump, a businessman, was in the news talking about his plans to start building many navy ships, and behind him on the dais was Vice President Mike Pence, a Conservative Christian, who was first in the room to clap and nod his head in support of the plan.
Equated ideas get people into trouble. Jesus of Nazareth taught the principles of Universal Law of Cause and Effect, to "do unto others as you would have them do unto you," and is known as the Prince of Peace. To create the life you want, you must help others to create the life they want. Universal Law is both a tool and a punishment, because there is always a backlash to the games. Each grab for power results in a loss of power.
Waging war is a Sin. The word "sin" in Spanish means lack, so people who wage war are coming from the lack of power. True power comes from assuming responsibility to undo the damage that has been done, and that does not mean to unravel the work of his predecessor, President Obama.
Our organization is working to introduce the Faith of the Pure Ray, which unifies the world's seven major religions into one spiritual body of knowledge so that its students can learn how to create the life they want. This is our plan for dealing with the global refugee crisis. We are working to undo the damage that has been done by oppressive governments.
The one thing every person on the planet wants is to be able to create the life he or she wants, but equated ideas, like money and power, or military might and power, keep getting us into trouble.