Monday, August 26, 2019

Good Practices, Positive Resolutions and Salvation


My first memory was a sense of purpose in learning from life in the Life.

I love learning about different cultures and the people that inspire the positive change in it.

It is easy to be inspired when there are so many amazing people, culture and places in the world.

But, I can understand why you feel bad and sad when inequalities, injustices and man-made tragedies happen to wonderful people, especially to the innocent and the poor.

I feel the same moral outrage and hurt.  

I won't speak today about forgiveness, not because you should not give it, but because it has limitations; it is not an end all be all solution.

Forgiveness does fulfill an important purpose of healing for the victim(s), but not immediately for the perpetrators because it is not redemptive.

Forgiveness does not repent and atone for sins, crimes and abuses, nor does it create productive solutions to root causes of the problems by the abusers and Unholies.  

Today, we must address the root causes of bad practices, violence and corruption, in order to have good practices and peaceful resolutions for humanity tomorrow.

And truly create a redemptive process in atonement and positive solutions that make and leave a better world for our children and pave the way toward salvation.

  When a person fails to act in good faith, that person is breaking his or her fiduciary duty, word, honor and the bond of trust.   And when...