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Devils Campaign

Updated on June 26, 2012

After my mail had been delivered one day.

I had received a letter Informing me of a mandatory meeting

Interested It got me thinking…

I have been curious about this before.

I know of others receiving a letter of this nature

So opening the letter quickly and it had said

“Attendance required for the people against evil”

Followed by

“Upon arrival, you are making the next step to an eternal

life of happiness.”

So I sat there with proud thoughts

Then I thought to myself I’m definitely a good person

and of course I want to have endless happiness

Having my obvious answer I planned to send a response

the next morning being the day had turned late.

Next morning after shortly after wakening

I was getting ready to send my response and before I did

to my surprise the mail that day had a similar looking letter.

Not reconizing the sender and thinking nothing-less

I took a quick glance only to find myself with undivided attention

to my confusion this is what it read

“Attendance required for the people against evil”

Followed by

“Upon arrival, you are making the next step to an eternal

life of happiness.”

I thought to myself,

do i have to chose?


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    • Gypsy Rose Lee profile image

      Gypsy Rose Lee 5 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      By religion I am Lutheran. My faith is such that I have faith and I believe and I let the Lord guide me and I never leave His side. It would be better if everyone just followed the religion they have chosen and let everyone else just be.

    • cruelkindness profile image

      cruelkindness 5 years ago from an angle view.

      Its showing that no matter were you are in the world different types and forms of religion is going to tell you that their faith will bring eternal happiness and only theirs.

      Whether it be Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Buddha ect...

      They all promise the same rewards in the end...

      So which one is Correct?

      Why do people kill for what they think is right?

      To me they all are the same.

      What if no religion so far is the right one to belong to.

      Is it possible that all the religions could be wrong?

      The simple message of being good to yourself and others are the same in all of faiths. The traditions and stories is what we kill for.

      All people whether their religions or not. Have intentions to be good, it just confuses me how people kill and think their doing good.

      Cruelkindness (Subliminally Thoughtless)

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      Joyce Haragsim 5 years ago from Southern Nevada

      You really are a different type of poem writer.

      This one leaves me standing, I would say happiness.

      Voted up

    • Dave Mathews profile image

      Dave Mathews 5 years ago from NORTH YORK,ONTARIO,CANADA

      Since I am a Christian, I know that I am guaranteed both eternal life and happiness, so I don't get this.

      I especially don't get the photo attached with some Muslim woman clutching a rifle.