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Mondyb
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I’m boudhist, christian, muslim and jewish too
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Hi Everybody
I’m a singer, Mondy B. , I wrote a song “Same Faith”, the chorus is: ” I’m bouddhist, christian, muslim and jewish too.”

You can listen it on www.mondyb.com
What do you think about that?
Best Regards

Mondy B.



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Ijin
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sounds like a good idea to reform religions seperating eachother into one since all of them have both valid points and good ways, although i`d suggest keeping out the bad parts.

But nice concept for a song even though i didn`t listen to it.

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Mondyb
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Re: I’m boudhist, christian, muslim and jewish too
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thx to reply !!!

in fact, the goal is not to create a new religion, but to understand the faith of each other,
and realize how religions have many common

listen the song,

regards
Mondy


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Peaceandkarma
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Re: I’m boudhist, christian, muslim and jewish too
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I think we can all take the positive from any religion. its better to understand each other and live in peace instead of fighting one another.


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Soffty
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if we go back far enough into history, religions are all the same. The future will show this statement to be true. Religion is manmade. The ego is what makes modern man inferior to our ancient past. The science of the world causes man to be this way.

The universe is composed of negative charges...magnetism, electricity, etc. They are what keep stars relatively stable. The soul is positively charged. When souls are incarnated, the ego attaches...since in the universe, a balance is required to exist. When a positive charge is introduced, the negative instantly attaches, and is called the ego. Ego is delusion.

The only pure religion is ancient Buddhism, not the fabricated one by the Dali Lama. Buddha was a man who did not let the ego attach. I live in America, and I have yet to meet a person who cares anything about truth. The ego rules...so much so that I have never met a person who would care about truth at all. My concepts are all proven to be true, and can easily be substantiated. Study Edgar Cayce for truth.

Wade

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Re: I’m boudhist, christian, muslim and jewish too
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Keep up the search.You are seeing some but there is so much more to experience and above all enjoy the journey.
Love,
Richard


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Ijin
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If the ego is dellusion, then doesn`t that mean you debunk the ballance part of a positive and negative charge?


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Soffty
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when the soul is incarnated, it is a low vibration to medium vibration (positive charge)...depending on the akashic record (karma). The material world is high vibration (negative charge). The ego is the negative attaching to the soul.

Faith has always been a gift from our family, to oppose the ego. To define reincarnation, we see that the high vibrating souls are who come her at this time. The "enlightened" souls stay in Heaven to accumulate until the time when we try again...to populate Earth.

I look forward to you reading my manuscript, as all of it is documented online by the facts that my research is based upon. Problem is, five years ago that info was easily searched. Now you have to buy it.

I believe that my manuscropt is priceless, although it has little value today, at least in my country. Todat we are dominated by sould incarnated from Hell, which is the inability to leave the material world without ego...which means the soul has too much vibration... and falls off the path of light.

The material world is magnetism and electricity, which keeps the universe stable...all negative forces...huge as compared to the souls...which are positive.

God is pure light energy with no vibration, and all of this was established scientifically by Edgar Cayce. The US gov know all of this, and my manuscript explains it...and any person can research my words.

In fact, you can search using my phrases and avoid the lies being told today...as in the Dali Lama baloney. Buddha cannot even be searched factually today.

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Re: I’m boudhist, christian, muslim and jewish too
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In a land near India, long ago, a king ruled. It is common that rulers indulge themselves, as few people achieve enlightenment as a ruler. This king had sex with palace slaves, as was the norm. It would not be hard to visualize a situation where a ruler had access to the most beautiful young women. But it would be rare for a religion to allow this truth to be its foundation.

The king fell in love with one such slave, and she became pregnant. It was not the first time such a thing happened, and the king always inflicted a death penalty upon the newborn. But this time he was truly in love. The slave demanded that the king not kill her child, and told him that if he did, she would kill herself. So the king made a promise.

It would be hard to believe that a king would submit to the wishes of a slave girl. The best a slave might achieve would be some form of compromise. The king kept his promise, but on his terms.

The newborn was taken away from the mother, and put into a room. For 18 years, the child was kept in a chair...constantly served by a group of servants. He stayed that way the entire time...never doing anything for himself. All he knew were the few servants and the four walls of the room...which had a doorway.

On the 18th birthday of the child, it weighed between 400 and 500 pounds. It could not walk. It was wheeled out the front door of the palace, and left on the steps...in a wagon. As it sat in the wagon, it saw...for the first time...the sky...townspeople...movement of the air...trees...houses...and shops. This child would become the spiritual leader of the world.

Not the religious leader, as Buddhism is not religion. The spiritual leader, as spirituality is truth. He was not affected by the ego, as all souls are...simply because he was never allowed to witness society. He immediately saw hypocrisy, deceit, disillusionment, suffering, and truth. His simple deductions were truth based, and he was very intelligent, and had no choice but to be observant.

To follow Buddha is to search for truth. It is not convenient. It is not accepted by society. It is not simple. It is a constant commitment...a search...for meaning. It is a true commitment, and cannot be adjusted to taste. Truth will not make you popular...rich...or fashionable. It will take you to a place that is the future, and the past...but not the present.

Buddha is truth. It is science. It is destiny. We cannot pretend to be something we are not. We only fool ourselves.


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Re: I’m boudhist, christian, muslim and jewish too
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The problem with religion is the presentation. It is far too complicated. It only takes one page to display all that religion offers. The Buddha gave us the simple truth we needed:

1) truth is seldom convenient
2) assumption is commonly delusion
3) convenience is seldom a form of giving
4) incarnation of the soul into the material plane comes with ego attached
5) delusion defines ego...truth destroys delusion
6) truth is discovered, not created
7) identifying the ego is the purpose of spirituality
8) spirituality is seldom achieved without suffering
9) awareness is achieved through commitment
10) medication/delusion/assumption is protection from commitment

The greatest achievement is selflessness.
The greatest worth is self-mastery.
The greatest quality is seeking to serve others.
The greatest precept is continual awareness.
The greatest medicine is the emptiness of everything.
The greatest action is not conforming with the worlds ways.
The greatest magic is transmuting the passions.
The greatest generosity is non-attachment.
The greatest goodness is a peaceful mind.
The greatest patience is humility.
The greatest effort is not concerned with results.
The greatest meditation is a mind that lets go.
The greatest wisdom is seeing through appearances.

Religion is a form of truth, modified to improve marketing capabilities...which increases its effectiveness, as perceived by society. Spirituality is the goal, but is compromised for the sake of convenience. Truth is seldom convenient. This is my explanation of truth as I learned it through my commitment.

truth in my actions


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Soffty
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Re: I’m boudhist, christian, muslim and jewish too
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I have to speculate as to why Buddha had no ego, as that was one of the questioins i could not answer. It seems that he had help, or was able to remove the ego through his suffering, which may be without equal. 18 years with no attachment to humanity, and sitting in a chair

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Re: I’m boudhist, christian, muslim and jewish too
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Wow, what a concept!


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Soffty
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If you search Buddha now all you get is the Dali Lama manufactured version where Buddha isn't even fat. Just a few years ago the true story was available...now i can't even find it. Buddha never even set foot on the ground until he left the palace.

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