There is a notion that the world is a place full of evil. War, war, war, dejection, uncertainty, lack of love, misunderstanding, fear of the unknown, economic depressions and who knows what else! But that's basically our human imagination creating a world for ourselves, and it reflects our own hidden spiritual forces.
The world is a lovely place. And it will only get lovelier if we collectively cleanse our perception of the world.
I think that the world is a good place, but we are somehow separated from that space. I think it may have something to do with our fears and uncertainties. But with a little faith and imagination; hey, who knows....
and determine to make it that way.
How? one might ask.
I agree. But I don't think it is possible to do this collectively. We simply have to individually find the positive spin on things whether the rest of the world chooses to follow suit or not or I guess the more accurate thing to say is whether or not we perceive the rest of the world following suit.
DasEngel-Get real, man. Return to planet earth. That would be the real earth where misery on every level is the order of the day.
by Chasuk4 years ago
But more Buddhists?
by Barefootfae4 years ago
This seems to be an issue. There is a forum beating Christians over the head so I decided why not be fair?
by Prodio2 years ago
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by Claire Evans2 years ago
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by Felixedet20004 years ago
Religion,politics,Sports are the three biggest causes of violence in the world:Do you think the world will become a better place for all if this three factors were to be factored out completely?
by Emile R4 years ago
I figured the question was coming, so I decided to be pro active. I like agnostics. I see them as open minded individuals with an insatiable curiosity; unwilling to settle for half an answer.Others see us as namby pamby...
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