Verse from the Veda for Protection Upon the Earth

It has been said that Jesus, who is associated with the Christian Religion, cried in a loud voice before his death, “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?” The common translation of the text into English is extremely poor and misleading in regards to the Holy Teaching. The first of the two obvious issues with the translation of “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” is that the word “Eli” is short for Elohim. Elohim is commonly translated as God, but the word is plural, and it does not mean Gods, but the God and Goddess. The second issue is that the God and Goddess do not abandon anyone; it is the person that abandons the Divine.

The Holy Teaching is to be kind and helpful to others, no matter their sex, sexual preference, heritage, and so on. It does not matter whether the other is rich or poor or believes in God, the teaching is to be kind to all creatures. This immense universe was created for us to enjoy, and that is the Holy Way. Do not harm any living creature, so that all creatures can enjoy.

Here is a verse from the Veda for protection upon the earth.

Be protected by the perfect words of Grandfather and the Two Divinities of Heaven and Earth. The Heavenly Family is a strong protector and has the truth and the air to be happy, and releases to all for the distress of a chariot can be difficult in the ravine.

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