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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