Open letter to (any) god(s)… 2

“Left on our own,
we’re slowly dying;
alone…”

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31 responses to “Open letter to (any) god(s)… 2

  1. that’s a wake-up call for anyone who is still in touch with the senses. my heart hurts. we could all do so much more. z

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    • I started to wonder more and more if any sanity has been left in governments spending billions on space programs, while hundreds of thousands of children go every day to school starved… And I am NOT talking about 3rd world countries, but leading western “welfare” societies… I feel ashamed eating my decent, daily meals…

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  2. I understand why anyone would want to blame the gods, but we are just as much to blame if we do absolutely nothing to help. We may not be able to help everyone, but we can at least help someone and inspire others to do the same.

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  3. Hard to “like” except in agreement….the poor dear….

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    • There should be a different button as for such… I always struggle with the same issue… Oftentimes I have to leave without a “like” because I just can’t hit the button…

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      • I remember someone posting on a discussion board i participated in, that we are all just equal blank pieces of paper, with our stories waiting to be written as we allow god into our lives. And my reply was to say yes, Just
        Equal , Blank, Pieces, of….paper?
        and with each word i inserted a hyperlink to a picture, one like the above, and others suffering…
        When people say that his grace is sufficient, i always wonder about those who did not find it so….those that fall into the statistics for daily suicide..

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        • It took me nearly 20 years of ministry to finally understand NOT what “grace” is supposed to be…
          I did research in all available ancient and modern languages, just to realise it to be a cover blanket for centuries of gross neglect, bullying and crime against millions of souls seeking comfort, by power and control hungry individuals and other delusionals, thinking or pretending to act in the name of any deity…
          It is utterly tragic, but liberating too, to know the truth which set me free. I paid 20 years in cash for it… I still have no idea what would be the best way to shake those suffering millions out of daydreaming; this blog being a humble attempt to not be idle until the big idea comes…

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  5. Unfortunately that letter will not be answered my friend. We, however, have a duty to each other.

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  6. Will all the millions of dollars the government and rich have, one thing they cannot solve is Poverty with a capital P.

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        • Let’s do simple maths then…
          With a world population nearly six billion, and any ONE big corporation’s several billion yearly NET profits, multiplied with hundreds of such corporations and individuals, how long would it take to eradicate poverty? What economics call profit margins is an elaborate scam racket, virtually made up by all unpaid wages for which labourers have worked hard. The rest is legalized gambling, called stock exchange, in reality manipulated value without barely anything behind it, bubbles waiting to burst, orchestrated by those inflating markets previously stripped of their precious metal backed value.
          How does that sound?:-)

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          • The mathematical equation is logical. We have to consider the part of the world.

            Let us think the geographical area of this country. Is it suitable for raising people or any living organism. Let’s us consider the culture of the group. How long would it take to change the mindset of these people? Let us consider the religion of the country? Are they willing to accept help?

            It’s just not money. Alms giving is good should the receiver will put it to good use.

            I’m so glad you are back. Truly mean that.

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  8. horrifying… but unfortunately the reality for many children. A saw famine in Angola…children like this were the daily sight. I once helped a young girl who was nothing but bones to get off the car into a nutrition center…it was as if I was guiding someone light as a feather and bearly there.

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