Almost one week I posted. Again it's a sudden update. This is a very abrupt post. And it might be sensitive. But be assured that at the end of the day, I mean no harm and this is only MY POINT OF VIEW.
No doubt, everyone has their own believes and religions. It doesn't matter if you're an atheist, Buddhist, Muslim or what so ever. Each and everyone has their own God or deities, which may differ, but when it comes to moral values and the path of righteousness, most of the time, it is the SAME.
However, about a month ago, I did found out some unbelievable facts. It seems that for some religions, if you're not a follower, or do not believe in the same God as they do, you are bound to Hell. ( In layman terms, if you believe their God, then welcome to Heaven)
I personally find that quote or statement or requirement, bizarre! Just because of a belief, one can book his place into the gates of Heaven, even though he or she has sinned more than a none believer!
But halt, wait! Was that stated by the religion? Is there any saying that proofs the believe of the One True Creator guarantees the passage to the Garden of Eden?
Or merely, there are the words of Men, who long time ago, manipulated the minds of non-believers to spread religion?
If God really did know that The Earth circled around the Sun, then why did Nicoulas Copernicus was condemned to death by You-Know-Who? And they did it in the name of THEIR GOD!
The man who postulated a comprehensive heliocentric cosmology,
Similarly the 9/11. It was done in the NAME OF GOD!
Hell, did God ever wanted you to do that?
Or, is it what YOU wanted, and put the words into YOUR GOD'S MOUTH, and made it look like what HE said...
Food For Thought...
ps* If it is true that I am destined to Hell for not embracing certain religion's God, then I will take Death and the passage to Hell like a Man. At least, I won't be going there alone...
I fear not Death nor Hell. =)
Peace. And mean no disrespect. If any statements are harsh or proved wrong, please do rectify and a thousand apologies. Again, I meant no harm...