Verse from the Veda You Might Not Have Heard

I saw a news story about Pope Francis, chief pastor of the worldwide Catholic Church, wherein same-sex marriages cannot be blessed. He said they can’t be blessed because God can’t bless sin, but he should learn the Holy Teaching of heaven wherein all beings are blessed. Sex and sexual issues are not a new issue for the religion, but it supports an ongoing unrighteous position about it. If the act of loving does not harm anyone, what is the issue? The issue lies within the doctrine of the church and the pope and anyone else who has an issue with two people coming together in marriage. God and Goddess love and bless everyone, and such is the Holy Doctrine.

The Catholic Church along with the many branches of the Christian religion certainly treat females as subservient to males, which is certainly not the righteous position to take either. I am not sure what their issue is here since the Holy Teaching is equality, compassion for all loving breathing creatures.

The Catholic Church just like the many Christian branches do not condone the killing of animals and eating of meat. The problem here is that Christians do not know of Holy Doctrine because the church does not teach the Holy Doctrine. If they did, they would know of Holy Teaching of equality, compassion for all loving breathing creatures that cry.

Recently the pope met with the most revered Shiite Muslim leader, Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, in Najaf, Iraq, to urge peace between the two religions. Since both religions are sexist and dangerous and do not teach the Holy Doctrine of compassion for all loving breathing creatures that cry, such a marriage seems dangerous, but we pray for peace.

The moral teaching of heaven is not difficult to understand. I present it often enough, but here it is again. Compassion for all breathing creatures that cry is the Holy Way. Be a peaceful and caring person. Consume a vegetarian diet, and enjoy watching and listening to the creatures of the land, water, and air, and if one is suffering, care for them. Do not harm any creature. It does not matter if they have two feet, four feet, or no feet and speak in a language you do not understand, treat them kindly, so all can enjoy life upon the earth.

Here is a verse from the Veda you might not have heard.

You may have heard that a loving God dwells within mortals, but have you heard that to spread wide with the air to praise, the Goddess praises with light and thoughtful words to benefit all mortals.

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