Verse from the Veda to Serve with the Love of Brahma

I typed “What is the most truthful religion” on a search engine, and one response said that Christianity is the most truthful. Another response said that Islam is the most truthful and only religion, and another said Judaism. It is believed that the 19 major world religious groupings can be subdivided into about 10,000 distinct religions, and likely, everyone believes they are followers of the true religion. 

Since Christianity has the highest population of adherents, one could assume they believe the religion to be the most truthful. In 2007, Gallup reported the results of a national poll on the truth of the Bible. It found that 31% believed, “The Bible is the actual word of God, and is to be taken literally, word for word.” 47% believed, “The Bible is the inspired word of God, but not everything in it should be taken literally.” 

Within the last year, I read the beginning verses of Genesis in the Bible. I read as far as the third verse of the third chapter before quitting in disgust. I found the first three words to be truthful. “In the beginning,” is fine, but everything after is a lie. Old Testament, New Testament, it does not matter, there are no great truths to be found. In fact, the Bible promotes the Big, Big Lie of Jesus, or Joshua, being born divine of a virgin. No one is born divine. People are born of a father and mother, and the truth is it takes effort to become divine. If one knows the Rigveda, the oldest spiritual text in existence, one knows the truth. One can see the truth. Look at all the creatures of the land, air, and water around the world, there is a commonality in being born of a father and mother.  

Even in the whole of the Bible, the Holy Teaching of compassion for all creatures that grasp for the breath and cry cannot be found. Jesus never taught the Holy Way. In his final hours on the cross he is said to have cried out, “Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani,” which means “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” 

If Jesus knew God as I do, he would have known that God does not forsake anyone. It is not something a Divine Being forgets because it is incumbent on becoming divine. You can follow any of the many religions on the earth, even Christianity, but to become a Divine Being, you must follow the Holy Doctrine of kindness towards all. Consume a vegetarian diet and enjoy watching the creatures of the land, water, and air, and if one is suffering, care for them. 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 a life of happiness upon the earth. Such is the Holy Doctrine for the whole of the universe and here is a mantra to consider. 

Abandoning the ego with sacrifice and compassion for others is highly spoken of, and being as powerful as the King to serve with the love of Brahma, to be in the house with love and the power of heaven for that, the relationship is binding and AH to offer.

Lizard with Rocks on the Ground


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