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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on November 18, 2000 02:36:23 UTC

Exactly my point! My dear friend you Got It!

You see we do have to be made to exist in order to
see the manifestation of that which can not be seen without ourselves who are created by the entity which is at the equilibrium of all things in both imaginable or unimaginable manner of ways, but only scientifically!

I am not claiming that the CORRECT religious method is unscientific! On the contrary, I am stating that it is CORRECT religion which answers the questions which science is unable to. Also one must first study the past and observe where some of the greatest sources of knowledge came from! They always came from religious individuals (such as Saints and Prophets and those who studies the scriptures of all peoples. One has to look in to the social backgrounds of the great minds who wrote or authored the text books which we learn from! Where else do we get our knowledge from? Let us consider this factor!) or monasteries or churches or synagogues or mosques!

You are ONE too. You are aware of yourself (one hopes) if you were the only one you would be equal to Zero in your reality because you would have no one but yourself to equate with; therefor the ONE and ONLY GOD is in equilibrium to it/him-self at the point of Zero and after in either direction.

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