Verse from the Veda About Calling in Peace and Not Injuring

Buddha in Meditation

A Holy Being holding the breath while in meditation

In heaven, there are no guns. The purpose of guns is killing and God abhors killing and in so many words has said, “Do not kill.” A person will not enjoy the benefits of heaven by killing, and the meaning of killing, is ending the life of one of God’s Creatures. The creature could be one of the birds of the air, such as a duck, pheasant, quail, chicken, turkey, and so on. The creature could be living in the water, such as a whale, seal, tuna, salmon, and many thousands of other types of fish. The creature could also enjoy living on the land, such as a human, horse, cow, pig, elephant, tiger, deer, elk, bear, and many thousands of other varieties of air breathing animals.

A religious person following the doctrine of non-killing will be peaceful and friendly to other creatures and live on the fruits, vegetables, and legumes of the earth. A religious person wanting to enjoy the fruits of heaven must abide by the doctrine, but also, become a master of the meditations.

Here is a verse from the Veda about calling in peace and not injuring.

Suffer want or enjoy Heavenly Bliss,

And speak highly of calling in peace and not injuring.

 

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Verse from the Veda About Caring

A Caring Woman Giving Water to a Traveler

A Caring Woman Giving Water to a Traveler

There are many problems with the Christian Religion, and one is that it leads its followers in the wrong direction. In fact, the religion does not provide a follower with the tools to go beyond, to be with Heavenly Father in Heavenly Bliss. Even the basic teaching of helping others, helping anyone, no matter what their religion might be, their sex or sexual preference, ethnicity, and so on, is lacking in many circles.

It does not matter if the others are human, animal, bird, or fish, because the Holy Doctrine is to care for all God’s Creatures. Do not harm another, but help, must be the message a “Religious Leader” promotes and abides by as best they can.

On the positive side, are the Christian Ministers and Churches that are taking a stand on the deportation of illegal immigrants who are working, have families, and have lived peacefully in this country for many years. Right now, there are about 800 Christian Churches across Amerika giving sanctuary to people like that to protect them. I applaud the efforts of these ministers and their churches, as we live in a world community. Every person is our brother or sister, and to treat others as family is the Holy Doctrine.

Here is a verse from the Veda about caring.

For those who have strayed, the Path of Good Fortune is being wide with the air for removing transgression, and a virtuous friend is like a caring parent and seen on the path caring for others.

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Verse from the Veda About Caring for Others

Holy Person Caring for Others

Last month twenty so-called “religious leaders” penned a letter against transgender individuals titled “Created Male and Female.” It appeared on the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops website, but among the twenty misinformed religious zealots were representatives of the Catholic, Presbyterian, Baptist, Greek Orthodox, and Islamic faiths. To prove their ignorance, they also reaffirmed opposition to same-sex marriage in the letter. By signing the letter, they show their ignorance of the teaching of our Father and Mother of Heaven and Earth. Our Holy Parents create and support all creatures, and the Holy Teaching is to do the same.

I think, to become a religious leader, one should know God’s Word, so either the signers of the letter were inattentive in their studies, or the instructors, or the schools. Whatever the case, none would have graduated from the Rgvedaschool, because the school adheres to the Holy Doctrine of helping and not harming any creature. The Holy Doctrine is not complicated, so most people would be able to understand.

Here is a verse from the Veda about caring for others.

To like to be respectful and entreat anyone and to serve to care for those will show.

Verse from the Veda About Non-discrimination

Holy Person Healing the Sick

I am certainly unhappy with what is happening in America. With the racist, sexist, homophobic, untruthful idiot at the top very little is going well, and religious people like myself are worried.

I want to be surrounded by people from every nationality, religious or sexual preference, because it is enriching. I love eating food from Asian countries such as Japan, China, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, as well as foods from India, Nepal, the Middle East, Africa, Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean to name a few.

I cannot imagine how dreadful life would be without diversity. The Creator of Heaven and Earth loves diversity, as can be clearly seen, and such is the Holy Teaching upon the earth to taste the joys of heaven.

Here is a verse from the veda about non-discrimination.

The rising sun scatters the darkness and cleanses with the light, the radiance brings happiness and is an excellent gift, and to give to anyone anywhere is the Universal Wisdom of Equality.

Verse from the Veda About the Path to Heaven

Christianity is the largest religion in the world with over 7 billion followers, about a third of the world’s population. The focus of Christianity is the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe to be the Son of God.

There is little credibility to the story, and if someone by the name of Jesus lived a couple of thousand years ago, he was not the messiah. He did not show the way to overcome sin and death, because he died just like all humans. He did not usher in a time of peace, because two thousand years later, we are still waiting. He was born of two parents just like everyone, and unfortunately, he did not teach the Path to Heaven.

The story is that he taught the Golden Rule of doing to others what you would have them do to you. He said to not kill, steal, harm your neighbor, and pray for those who do. Yes, such is the Holy Teaching of God, and the Rgvedaschool promotes the same teaching. The difference is that the Rgvedaschool teaches the complete Holy Path, and without mastering that, one will never taste the fruits of heaven. That teaching is not part of Christianity, and as such, no Christian will ever enter the pearly gates.

If you are reading this, you still have a chance. The knowledge is here, not in any church, synagogue, ashram, temple, or mosque. Good Luck.

Here is a verse from the Veda about the Path to Heaven.                       

To get home Brahma is the sun on the one side and the moonlight on the other, and to delight in, to come to arise.

Verse from the Veda to Learn About the Holy Path

An acknowledged Master by the name of Patanjali receives credit for writing the Yoga Sutras around 200 BC. He had written a book on grammar so he was obviously a Sanskrit Scholar, but was he the author of the Yoga Sutras? When the text receives a proper translation, as it has here, the philosophy set forth is neither Pashupati nor Shaivite. The name of Shiva does not appear in the text, so the question arises, and in answer, Patanjali did not compose the Sutras. Maybe he heard the text in a dream as did Muhammad of the Quran, or maybe someone gave the text to him. Who knows, but when correctly translated, the text is identical to the philosophy set forth in every ancient Holy Book of the world. The holiest texts of the world are composed in Sanskrit, Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic, Avestan, Pali, and until now, were untranslatable. Oh, there are thousands of translations of the holy texts in English, French, German, Spanish, Hindi, and so on, and they are widely considered holy, but the translations are anything but.

Here is a verse from the Sutras, from the Veda, to learn about the Holy Path.

The Subtle One is a spirit to be absorbed into for a favorable fortune and to AH with compassion to be together with, fulfilling to measure out a place of rest to be mindful, and for those to send forth.

Verse from the Veda for Eternal Life

Today, there is nothing in the Christian Religion that gives a person the means to attain the Heavenly State. In many respects, it leads away from, not towards, because it is based upon a belief in the unbelievable. It is sad, and one cannot put faith in Judaism, Buddhism, or Hinduism because in the end is death. Oh sure, it is not the end because the soul will find another sheath and be reborn upon the earth, although not necessarily human.

In addition, one cannot follow the teaching of Islam and reach the Promised Land, and it is the same with all the other religions upon the earth today. So what is a person to do? One idea is the study all of the posts and pages on the Rgvedaschool.com site. Here you will find the Holy Teaching to eliminate suffering and rise to heaven, only to return to earth as an Enlightened Being to promote the Holy Way to the living.

Here is a verse from the Veda for eternal life with the Lord of heaven and earth.

Inspire to make into a cover as that is yours for directing a little, and the eminent among grow to be bright to advance a warm feeling towards others with the Breath of Brahma.

Verse from the Veda to Study to Understand the Holy Teaching of God

The Gay Pride Flag

A very controversial 2016 law took effect in the State of Mississippi last month that gives government workers and private business people the freedom to discriminate against people. The law’s specific purpose is to protect people who deny services to people of the LGBTQ community, such as denying marriage licenses, but can be used broadly.

It is said that the “law ensures people are not penalized for refusing to participate in “immoral” activities,” but discrimination is an immoral activity. The message from God in Heaven is to treat all people and creatures of the earth as family, so it is time for Christians to wake up.

The problem with Christianity is that they have a Holy Book they claim to be the Word of God, and they use it to justify ungodly actions such as this. The various portions of the Bible composed in Hebrew and Aramaic are indeed the Word of God, but the many horrendous translations of the text into English, French, German, and so on, are not. Because of that, the Bible is a very dangerous book that gives adherents the ability to justify all manner of unrighteous actions.

Christianity is the world’s largest religion comprising about a third of the world’s population, yet even now, not one of them has discovered how to translate the Holy Text. For those who do not want to wait, they can leave the religion, quit, study the correct translations on this site, and turn their life around. There is no other opportunity in the world today. Therefore, you see, there are choices, and freedom from suffering is the goal.

Here is a verse from the Veda to study to understand the Holy Teaching of God.

Choose to be like a loving parent to a child, a kin to a stranger, and be chosen as a friend of the Highest Friend.

Verse from the Veda for the Day of the Dead

The Supreme Being loves and cares for all living beings, and the Supreme Teaching is to do the same.

All of the ancient religious documents of the earth, such as the Pali Texts, the Sanskrit Texts of the Upanishads, the Vedas, the Yoga Sutras, Brahma Sutras, the Aramaic and Hebrew Texts of the Bible, the Arabic Text of the Quran, and so on, are the Guide Books humans have been given to show the way. Unfortunately, humans without the knowhow translated the texts, and consequentially, there is a world in confusion, with no earthly religion showing the way out.

I think that the two religions with the highest number of followers are the two furthest from the Holy Teaching of Heaven. The man-made religions of Christianity and Islam send its followers on the wrong path, a path leading to death and rebirth upon the earth as a living breathing creature, and not necessarily human.

Here is a verse from the Veda for the Day of the Dead.

To be powerful giving with selfless power is glorious for driving away wickedness, and everyone has this righteous weapon to remove evil from the heart.