Slavery

I am still working on my post from yesterday’s meditation topic (Buddhist Proverb).  It was a very productive session, and I was inspired to write something that excites me … it will come later today.  I will add these words to the mix of what I am writing … an amazing quote, considering the source!

“I freed a thousand slaves I could have freed a thousand more if only they knew they were slaves.” – Harriet Tubman

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Religion4All is an idea: that every human being (no matter their race, religion, sexuality, social status, lifestyle, or any other possible factor) is LOVED by God; just … as … they are.

We all are loved by God, and NO religion or person has a monopoly on it. Every single person on this planet is loved equally by God … SO many are cut off from God because they are told they don’t belong. God loves everyone … we ALL are beautiful creations … we don’t need to cringe when we hear the words “God”, or “religion”, or their judgments … God LOVES us all!

There is no requirement to change in order to be LOVED by God, or to LOVE God. God is LOVE, and LOVE is God … period. There is no one who God loves more than anyone else … there are only those who choose to LOVE more … to love God more, and consequently then to love each other more. In doing so, we grow closer to God … and know God.

By opening our hearts, and minds to God (free of boundaries like religion, or social trends); by LOVING God … we are exactly where we are meant to be. If we maintain that openness, never allowing any person or event to make us close our hearts, we will be guided by God to be who we are meant to be.

In that space of openness we can then live a life of LOVE, and be guided to where we are meant to be … forever in LOVE.

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  3 Brothers – A Parable « Religion4All wrote @

[…] The moral of this parable is one of paths … paths we choose, and whom we choose to take with us.  Most importantly though, it is about taking the time to sit, and listen, and receive the guidance that is there for us.  The importance is not in the partners we choose to sojourn with, but that we maintain our connection with God.  If there is someone you are intended to share the journey with, they will understand that … and even encourage you in that. (the inspiration for this parable was influenced by two of my prior posts; Buddhist Proverb, and Slavery) […]

  Fragility Blossom « Religion4All wrote @

[…] The moral of this parable is one of paths … paths we choose, and whom we choose to take with us.  Most importantly though, it is about taking the time to sit, and listen, and receive the guidance that is there for us.  The importance is not in the partners we choose to sojourn with, but that we maintain our connection with God.  If there is someone you are intended to share the journey with, they will understand that … and even encourage you in that. (the inspiration for this parable was influenced by two of my prior posts;Buddhist Proverb, and Slavery) […]


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