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Charming story of how he got into street preaching and answers
some tricky questions. What i never get about street preachers of all faiths is that they all believe there religion is the ultimate but invariably take a highly enlightened view towards all other spiritual believers and often they seem to share a common enemy. Why don't we team up? Why is there not a representative body for spiritual beliefs in general? All spiritual people tend to share the same core values and are at peace with one another- they just become devils for the details! So why can't we all represent each other to each other? Like a council, that looks after how each religion is
represented by and to others and looks for points of mutual ethos. And seeks to
educate each other inside a greater conscious-loving soul, rather than replay the
eternal soul-struggle for god?
15th Mar 2006, 01:16
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