Please allow me to remind everybody that people have the legal right to choose to not be religious and that discrimination because of this is unlawfull and unethical too.

Our human family are made up of many different groups of people. We all exist because of a Higher Divine Intelligence no matter how we reason about this. Our differences are not the key factors. One group isn't more important than the next. Neither the majorities or the minorities.

This is a friendly request to allow people to live in peace. Forcefull convertions only lead to failure.

Please stop circulating emails with messages of condemnation in it. The recipients often do not share the view expressed as being the Divine Truth.

 

 

 

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