Thursday, April 29, 2010

What Really Matters

"It doesn't really matter what religion anybody believes. If their life is working (and there are many different approaches to life that are working very well) then why not let them believe whatever they want to believe? It's all working in the way that it is supposed to be. There are religions that you wouldn't want anything to do with, that are perfect mechanisms for the people who are involved in them. And therefore, they are a very good thing." Abraham

Can we expand this even more as we give everyone freedom to be in or out of religion? How about political parties, genders, different orientations, color of skin or ethnicity? Why? It is the gateway to our peace and more than that, from non-resistance we are more easily tuned in, tapped in and turned on to Spirit which now brings all of our good to us through a conduit that is no longer restricted with judgments and the need to be right. Our well-being isn't predicated on the need for another to change, just our no longer allowing who they are to be an irritant to us.


At 4:21 AM, Blogger jay bedford said...

i am realizing i block the flow by not considering anothers viewpoint. by only considering scripture in one dogmattic way, judging things as this way or that way, i see i had denied some good things that only now, have become very true and real in my life. the really important thing is to stay tuned in. it is what relly matters.
thanks jay.


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