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"Of all the animosities which have existed among mankind, those which are caused by a difference of sentiments in religion appear to be the most inveterate and distressing and ought most to be deprecated." George Washington 

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#Cyberpeacefare Religion

RELIGION: Belief in and reverence for a supernatural power or powers regarded as creator and governor of the universe. American Heritage Dictionary

SELECTED QUOTES ON RELIGION:

"Fanatical religion driven to a certain point is almost as bad as none at all, but not quite." Will Rogers

"The only religion is conscience in action." Henry D Lloyd

"It is in our lives, and not from words that our religion must be read." Thomas Jefferson

"Is it not strange…

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