While I am not to my understanding a religious person, I am spiritual. In may things I see great value.
But in the vain of self preservation of the status quo, our knee jerk reaction,
to vilify or reject at first conflict, with our image of what is. We need to be more attentive to the subject.
Once we have attained the full picture, then we can compare and reflect as to its value.
And if it have an unacceptable element, you may still find value in the remainder.
When you go to a market, you most likely will not want to buy it all.
This is a bit from the The Kolbrin Bible
"Greetings, Unborn Ones, now asleep in the dark womb of the future.
Greetings from we who were once as you are now and like whom you will one day be.
We too hoped and feared, doubted and believed.
Were you choosing a gift from the past to the future, what would it be?
The golden treasures hoarded by kings? The bright jewels beloved by queens?
Is worldly wealth still so important to you?
If that would be your choice above all else,
we are disappointed, for our labours have been in vain. "
One of many good examples of sharing with the future.
Link to the text The Kolbrin Bible
More food for thought, bon appetit.
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