*Excerpt Response from Youtube*

*Excerpt from Youtube*   † All Glory To Yeshua Hamashiach †- “everything that God does is a symbolic and there’s a reason behind them. Even his name Yahweh in the Old Testament means behold the hand behold the nail.”   My Reply, What is a god? Of course not just what you think a god myth can do. † All Glory To Yeshua Hamashiach †- Damien AtHope you know that neither I or you cannot explain to what is God that doesn’t disprove God’s existence, so get this stupid question out of your head as if you got something.   Ha ha ha, “you know that I or you cannot explain to what is God” – winning. I think I am even getting through to the extremest with my very hard, What is a god “Question”...

One Word

If I could only offer one world, the last one you heard in you life, would I really spend it on a word that was mean, hateful or vicious? Would my words change in my life if there was a limit on them too? I can only express my thoughts for such a short time here on earth, so I see, I must pick them much more carefully. I just wish to be a person of value, with a high ethical character guided by thoughts of compassion and behaviors of kindness. Love is my one...

42 Principles Of God Maat 2000 Years Before Ten Commandments

42 Principles Of God Maat 2000 Years Before Ten Commandments   Maat was an Egyptian Goddess. From Tour Egypt:   Ma’at, unlike Hathor and Nephthys, seemed to be more of a concept than an actual goddess. Her name, literally, meant ‘truth’ in Egyptian. She was truth, order, balance and justice personified. She was harmony, she was what was right, she was what things should be. It was thought that if Ma’at didn’t exist, the universe would become chaos, once again!   From Wikipedia:   Maat or Ma’at was the ancient Egyptian concept of truth, balance, order, harmony, law, morality, and justice. Maat was also personified as a goddess regulating the stars, seasons, and the actions of both mortals and the deities, who set the order of the universe from chaos at the moment of creation.   From the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the 42 Principles of Maat, commonly known as the “Negative Confessions.”   I have not committed sin. I have not committed robbery with violence. I have not stolen. I have not slain men or women. I have not stolen food. I have not swindled offerings. I have not stolen from God/Goddess. I have not told lies. I have not carried away food. I have not cursed. I have not closed my ears to truth. I have not committed adultery. I have not made anyone cry. I have not felt sorrow without reason. I have not assaulted anyone. I am not deceitful. I have not stolen anyone’s land. I have not been an eavesdropper. I have not falsely accused anyone. I have not been angry without reason....

Seeing Things Differently

I desire to give back to help others and I wish to make a difference in others’ lives. I wish to bring about change in myself and others. I wish to be bold in what I believe in and to match my actions with my words. I believe that many forms of bigotry and hate as well as forms of prejudice are still major problems in the world today. I wish to be more I wish to be like the rays of the sun, (shining the same upon everyone offering its light to all and like a ray of connected virtues carrying light to the world, equally to all of the world. This highlights Chumash ethics, who are a west coast Native American tribe from California with documented indigenous connections in the US. going back at least 10,000 years or...

Please Support Secularism

If it was not true that there is a large unequal distribution of religion contributing to violence then there would be equal religion and atheist secularism violence. You do not see atheists bombing agnostics the very idea is laughable however even different branches of the same religion do will and have killed one another. So, violence not who we are it’s something we need to be compelled to do. Therefore, please support secularism....

Life requires we learn and understand

Life requires we learn and understand, because what we dont understand we too often come to fear and what we fear we often learn to hate and that which we hate we often seek to destroy. thus we need to learn so we can overcome the dangers of fear. We must come to see that education is both a light of hope and a path to our freedom. It is hard to fight the hate that hate made. I see, if everyone had to earn my kindness I would be kid to few, rather I see I have an honor in how I am, how I behave and I don’t easily give up my honor as a person of value. We must not let the negative hateful people change us, so we are like them to do so it is like we have lost before we start as then what are we fighting to...