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Larry King last week

Anonymous

02-05-2005 17:49:52

I don't know if anyone else here saw this, but I saw a very interesting panel discussion on Larry King that was about the topic "What Happens When We Die?" On the panel there was an evangelical Christian, a Muslim doctor, a Catholic reverend, a rabbi, an atheist woman, and a "openly spiritual" woman of Jewish background.

It was very interesting to see how connected, open, and seemingly free of ego most of them were. They all were filled with interesting insight and I learned a lot. What surprised me however, that out of everyone on the discussion, the atheist woman and the evangelist could not let go of their absolute need to be right. While the evangelist denied with all his might that even though we are all a creation of God, that we are NOT all connected to God without the worship of Jesus Christ, the atheist also could not let go of the fact that she believes when we die, we stay in the ground and that was all.

At first I was upset to see two grown adults with such stubborness that they are more right than anyone else, and rejected everyone else's beliefs. Then again, I reminded myself that there are some people that are put on this planet for others to learn from in regard to how to interact with low levels of energy.

Any thoughts on the subject, or anyone who had also witnessed this same program?

wizdumb

13-05-2005 12:16:22

On the panel there was an evangelical Christian, a Muslim doctor, a Catholic reverend, a rabbi, an atheist woman, and a "openly spiritual" woman of Jewish background sounds like the start of a lot of jokes I know. oops

I had the pleasure of attending a graduation commencement ceremony at a Biblical College. And the guest speaker went on and on about seperation, how God or (Christ) is not a part of us, within us, but seperate from us. And most of his references were about a world with really bad people in it and verbiage of battle and war and fighting.
Honestly, this guy was scary, and with an EGO.

As you witnessed on the show, there is a unity. Regardless, of what ones religious denomination there IS that connection.

One of my favorite quotes is;

" I LOVE YOU WHEN YOU BOW IN YOUR MOSQUE,
KNEEL IN YOUR TEMPLE, PRAY IN YOUR CHURCH.
FOR YOU AND I ARE SONS OF ONE RELIGION,
AND IT IS THE SPIRIT." Kahlil Gibran