Turning the spiritual page

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And on the major 4-lane and 6-lane roads, you’ll drive like my kids are driving those roads for the first time. Great. Thanks.

Turning the spiritual page.

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How much can you love?

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Ukrainian mass war burials.

How much can you love?

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Thich 3:16

All religions are just different doors to the same house.

The house of Love.

Thích Quang Đức embodied John 3:16.

The video is long (8 mins).

Life is much longer.

Not being a good, decent, and respectful person, in a relationship or a community, is the opposite of Love.

To know is to do. To know and not do is to not yet know.

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Jesus loves everyone

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Can you help us not label people and judge them because of their beliefs? Love is love, after all. Right?

Can you hear Jesus telling a group of 12-year olds, “I love everyone across the world, except for those people over there.”

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Jesus said, everyone but them

social media quote about love
Thank you social media for putting John’s quote in view.

Picture Jesus (or your religion’s supreme representative) talking to a picnic table full of middle school students at a town park.

Jesus talks passionately about how Love is the greatest of these: Faith, Hope and Love.

Jesus concludes his middle school lesson with a caveat to which He says, “You should love every human being….except for those people over there.”

“Over there” at another picnic table are two couples: one lesbian couple and one gay couple.

You can’t picture Jesus saying this to anyone, right?

We should never float that script around in our heads and hearts either.

Religious tradition and dogma should never paint Jesus (or your religion’s supreme representative) as homophobic or sexist (etc).

This is an X-ray view of what swims around in jeff-land. So grateful this post’s photo says the same thing this post says but in a different, complimentary way.

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