Surname first submitted by: Sanjay Dhar
WWRwm04Uj0R says My take on your last paragraph is pepole converts for their own sake, compassion is a factor but not a requirement. Buddhism is the only religion that preaches the way to enlightment is through the person, not through anyone else, God included. That individualistic tendency might explain in its poor organization, poor leadership and poor cohesive as a community. That could be changed with different intepretation if Buddism could produce some talent monks. On the other hand, in Christianity and Islam, God is the final authority which man can use to abuse. Christianity has transformed a lot to incorporate conscience in their teaching but Islam is still in the dark cage: Desire but no conscience. And it would be a long way for them to get to that level en masse, and with a lot of difficuties.PS: Have you notice that out of the 3 major religions, only 2 prophets are clean and noble, before and after, the other prophet is suck so bad to the point of despise?

Comment was made 3 years ago
VoqSF9537oG says With every thing which appears to be bunldiig inside this specific subject matter, many of your perspectives are generally rather refreshing. Nonetheless, I am sorry, but I do not subscribe to your entire plan, all be it radical none the less. It looks to me that your comments are not entirely rationalized and in actuality you are yourself not completely certain of your point. In any case I did take pleasure in reading it.

Comment was made 3 years ago

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