Interfaith Professionals and CPWR Parliamentarians etc: Do your Job !
" Interfaith Professionals and Parliamentarians CPWR and otherwise: Do your Job ! Present the " Concept of the Universal Love-Ethic (Equality) " to the " 6th Parliament of the World's Religions ", which is to be held in Salt lake City USA from the 15th to the 19th October, as the "Principal Message in All Religious Texts" so that "Peace may Dwell" - right here on Earth, "Now !" (see http://www.parliamentofreligions.org/
Updated Oct 5, 2015 at 04:49 PM by a piper too
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Gideon's Legacy through Gideons International
Whatever we may think about the story of Gideon as told in the "Old" Testament (see Judges, Chapters 6,7 and 8), we are wise to consider the lessons of lives well lived, as told in what some term "Holy Scripture" - that is, in "Religious Texts" which give us a "warts and all" account of world "History" (which is "Her story" too).
No matter from which people we have sprung, we rise as nations and as "one-world citizens"
Updated Mar 23, 2015 at 03:18 PM by a piper too
Logo's are important, but Logos (Love of God and Neighbour as Self) is Vital !
I recently made a comment at linkedin for "Interfaith Professionals" that "Logo's are important" (see http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Can-c...01275019067395 ).
But having made that statement, I wondered about "that" words connection to the word "Logos", and came up with this blogs "identifier", or "name" or important "word", "title", "header", "encapsulation",
Updated Oct 13, 2014 at 02:10 PM by a piper too
Words of Power: Books among Books (O Miracle among Miracles !)
When I last attended my local library, after some years, my eyes alighted upon two books in the "Religion" section. I had not read these before. My interest was aroused, and thus I had to "re-sign" up for library membership to access them.
Generally, I still do quite a bit of reading, but usually select new books from another free library I have access to, which contains previously loved books bequeathed
Updated Jul 16, 2014 at 03:28 PM by a piper too
A couple of years ago, I regained contact with one of my Primary School classmates. I had seen him only once since Secondary School, since I had changed schools and moved away. I discovered that our careers and family life had taken quite different turns. We lived in different areas and moved in different circles, but I was thrilled to discover that our life-lessons had distilled in us a unanimity of opinion regarding what was "right" (good) and what was "wrong" (bad).
I had not remembered