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Starting with Jesus and the Christian Path...

Author: Bill Schell

schell-1@billschell.com
http://communities.msn.com/MrMoonsPlace

During
the years of the historical Jesus' life, there are eight or nine years that his
whereabouts are not accounted for. Meaning these are the 'lost' years. It was
after returning that he truly began to teach his wisdom. Many scholars believe
he was in India studying Buddhism during these 'lost' years. Who was Jesus? The
Indians say He was a great yogi, the occultists and Theosophists say He was a
great initiate of the arcane science, while Spiritualists regard Him as a great
medium or a very high guide. I know who many say he was, why can they not
all be right?


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do feel that if he was a real person, Jesus was a great man. His teachings are
full of truth. It is some of the people that think they are following his
teachings, that I sometimes have problems with. These people are not truly
representative of the entire Christian path though. Just as there is good in
everyone, there is also a tendency to-well, not so good. Jesus taught love, not
hatred. Jesus taught tolerance, he treated all as equals.


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I do with people is show them what I am. Let them see for themselves. Try to get
them to learn for themselves. Let them know what I really am and what I really
do. Show them that I am not what they have been told. Show them first hand. Let
them see and learn instead of stating that which they have been told. With most
of them, I have read The Bible more than they have. I also tell them to go read
the rest of the Bible. Read it as a book. You can not take random quotes from a
book and put them together and still have the same meaning that was originally
intended. Some people tend to quote you this verse and that verse. They often do
not know what the rest of the passage if about even. Read it as a whole as it
was intended.


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">As
for The Bible, it is a good book. It was written by man though, not God/dess.
Many portions of it were written centuries after Jesus moved on. The Old
Testament is not the only 'old' Christian book. How about The Dead Sea Scrolls?
Have you read The Apocrypha? Maybe I should ask this first, you ever heard of
The Apocrypha? The Apocrypha where included in the Bible for some time, they
were even a part of the original King James Version. How about the texts of the
Nag Hammadi Library, have you ever seen them? They make for some interesting
reading. Here is another link with several other texts:
http://www.gnosis.org/library.html. That link will also show these texts in a
historical light. I recommend you read through them, if you want to see some
writings from the early Christians.


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feel Jesus was the son of God, just as we all are the sons and daughters of God.
You ever notice how little Jesus actually talked about sin? He did say a lot
about love. He lived his life as example of what others could be and to show he
was like us. I want to show you something I have come across myself while
studying. This was put together to show the similarities of the many religions
of the world. You might take a special notice as to where the wording of 'The
Golden Rule' actually comes from. All religions have such 'rules'. The religions
are in Bold print, followed the quote and then the source text.


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Ancient Precept


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">'Blessed
is he who preferreth his brother before himself.'


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Tablets of Baha'ullah, 71


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">'Hurt
not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful.'


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5:18


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">'All
things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them.'


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Matthew 7:12


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">'Do
unto other what you would have them do unto you.'


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15:23


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">'This
is the sum of duty: do naught unto others which would cause you pain if done to
you.'


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5:1517


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">'No
one of you is a believer until he desires for his brother that which he desires
for himself.'


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">'In
happiness and suffering, in joy and grief, we should regard all creatures as we
regard our own self.'


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MAHAVIRA, 24th Tirthankara


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">'What
is hateful to you, do not to your fellowman. That is the law: all the rest is
commentary.'


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Shabbat 31a


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American


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">'Respect
for all life is the foundation.'


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Great Law of Peace


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">'Don't
create enmity with anyone as God is within everyone.'


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Arjan Devji 259, Guru Granth Sahib


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nature only is good when it shall not do unto another whatever is not good for
its own self.'


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94:5


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of course my favorite:


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">'An
it harm none do what ye will.'


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feel there are truths in all religions. I feel that all comes from the same
source. Call that source what ever you wish. There are many paths to the Divine,
mine is but one. I want to give you a few more quotes here from different paths.


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not say, 'I follow the one true path of the Spirit,' but rather, 'I have found
the Spirit walking on my path.' For the Spirit walks on all paths."


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Khalil Gibran


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the top of the mountain you find it very cool. There will be none of the
dissimilarity that you can see at the bottom of the path. The fundamental
principles of all religions are one.


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not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe simply
because it has been handed down for many generations. Do not believe in anything
simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything
simply because it is written in Holy Scriptures. Do not believe in anything
merely on the authority of Teachers, elders or wise men. Believe only after
careful observation and analysis, when you find that it agrees with reason and
is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all. Then accept it and live up
to it.


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agree with all these great sages.


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have and still am studying many religions. I feel that there is truth in all
religions. There have been and are many people on this planet who have found the
right path-for them atleast. There are many paths to the Divine, mine is but
one. Picture if you will a huge field. At the center is the biggest tree you can
imagine. There are perhaps a million or more ways to get to that tree. It all
depends on where you are currently standing. There is no one right way to get to
the center. Will not any path to the center of the field, get you to the tree?
No matter what side of the field you are on your path is to the center. The tree
is the Tree of Life. It is the source of all knowledge.


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feel that all religions stem from the same source. Just what the source is, I am
not sure. Call it what ever you wish. We are all also a part of that source. We
are one. One human family, one world, one universe. As the Dalai Lama says it:
All human beings come from a mother's womb. We are all the same part of one
human family. We should have a clear realization of the oneness of all humanity.
One more quote from the Dalai Lama on the sameness of religions: All religions
are essentially the same in their goal of developing a good human heart so that
we may become better human beings. I have a deep respect for the Dalai Lama. He
has his path to the Divine and also has a respect for all religions. If only we
as the human family could also find that respect for each other. In finding
that, we would also find a great respect for ourselves.


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do we seem to like to define ourselves with labels. Labels are mere words. If we
want others to know what we are, why not show them? Show them through action.
Actions still speak louder than words. I do not care if you are a Buddhist, a
Muslim, a Christian, a Hindu, or a Jew. A follower of the many Pagan paths; or
any of the many other faiths, traditions, paths, or religions that are spread
throughout this World. We are all one.


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heart.


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style="COLOR: black; TEXT-INDENT: 0mm; BACKGROUND-COLOR: white; TEXT-ALIGN: left">I
do feel that a Christ type figure was a great spiritual teacher. So was Buddha,
So was Krishna, So was Mohammed. So was the great Egyptian sage Hermes
Trismegistus. As was Plato, Socrates, Pythagorus and many others before them.
The story of a God born into the flesh was told many times in many parts of the
world long before Christ was supposed to have existed. Many of the initiates in
the various Pagan Mysteries were wandering teachers and healers. They all
performed the various miracles later also attributed to Christ.


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are those who think they are outside of the universal laws. What I say about
them, is Karma will catch up with them. It will catch them in this life or the
ones that follow. They must learn or it will cause them harm. They will likely
not only harm themselves it may indirectly cause a ripple effect on those around
them.


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is something I wrote awhile back that applies in some ways here. It may also,
give an insight to my beliefs.


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things begin with thought. Thoughts can manifest themselves into reality. That
applies to both positive and negative thoughts. With that in mind, be careful
what you spend your time thinking about. When you think about something you are
devoting energy to it. To perhaps oversimplify things: If you want to help,
think positive thoughts. If you spend time and energy worrying about what might
happen, you are only helping it to become closer to reality. We may not be able
to control much in the world, but we can control our thoughts. Control your
thoughts and control yourself.


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beauty of freedom is that we are all entitled to our opinions as much everybody
else. That is what all beliefs are though, opinions. We have no clue what the
truth is. Beliefs are things we humans create to help us make sense of the
things we do not understand. There is a difference between beliefs and facts. If
something is a fact, it cannot be a belief. If it has been proven to be a fact
it can no longer be a supposition or theory or belief.


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do not know if what I feel is fact or belief. I know that I feel it and it feels
great to me. I feel lots of things. My 'church' is the world. The best chapel I
can imagine is forest clearing or a mountaintop, with nature all around. How
does everyone feel? Do we all feel? Do some just go off what they have been told
and have yet to explore for themselves?


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long as I am talking about opinions let me put down one of mine. I do not feel
that Life can be explained with a formula. If it could be, to me that would seem
that we have no free will. If we have no free will, why are we even here trying
to learn? No free will would mean life is predestined. Now I think I can imagine
many, many formulas reacting to each other in a random fashion. Sure, things are
influenced to some degree by what is around them. There is an order to the
universe. The universe is constantly changing though. The formulas have to keep
changing with it or be left behind. It is nice to see some 'maps', if you will,
have been left behind. Where are we going that we need a map? I can only speak
for myself, but I am on a journey. A journey of the spirit/soul/divine-call it
what you will. If the map is internal or of your spirit it could come in handy.


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for more of my own thoughts. Something I have read recently did lead me to
actually form these thoughts. Why do We-humans-think we know anything, much less
religion? We live on a speck of dust in the middle of nowhere in this universe.
We practically border on insignificance on a universal scale. How dare we think
we know what God thinks or even what God is for that matter? We are specs of
dust, living on a spec of dust, in this awesome Creation and we THINK we know
God. We have no clue what the truth is, we never have and so we begin to form
beliefs. There is a difference between a belief and a fact. If something is a
fact, it is not a belief. Beliefs are things we as humans create to make sense
of the things we do not understand. We fear what we do not understand. This
leads to something else, a brief discussion about fear.


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do we have fears at all? Are fears a good or bad thing? There are some cases
where fear can still be helpful to use. In most cases fear is our own worst
enemy. Fear keeps us locked away in our own little box. In the days of early
humans, fear served a primary purpose. Fear kept us alive. Fear to not play with
the tigers. Fear not to take food from a lions mouth. That type of fear kept
people from dying. Perhaps, we should not say fear but rather having a healthy
respect for those things kept people from dying. At that time the rule was
pretty simple, If you do not know it, fear it. We learned to fear what we
do not know from an early point in human history. We have since outdone that
though even. We learned to fear that which we not understand. In some cases we
went one step further, we learned to fear anything that is not familiar.


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fear we have of everything must be overcome for our spiritual growth. This fear
keeps us locked away from our own true nature. Many people have a fear of death.
Why is that? Death is not the end. Death is another part of the cycle of life.
Death is a release from this physical body. It is a release that allows the
spirit to be free of the physical world. Just because many people fear death,
does not make it natural. We must respect and honor our emotions and feelings of
loss, but there must be a limit.


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do we overcome these fears of the unknown? Learn to understand them. Face your
fears, overcome them. Learn about the things you fear. Once things are more
familiar to us, it is easier to overcome any fears we have associated with them.


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anything I have said rings true in your heart, then take it and make it your
own. Make it a part of your thoughts. If nothing I said rings true to your
heart, then disregard it. The things I have said are neither positive nor
negative they are neutral. It is our own interpretation that assigns the
positive or negative to thoughts and actions.


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feel the urge to include the words of Buddha one more time here:


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Buddha on Belief from the Kalama Sutta


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not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe simply
because it has been handed down for many generations. Do not believe in anything
simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything
simply because it is written in Holy Scriptures. Do not believe in anything
merely on the authority of Teachers, elders or wise men. Believe only after
careful observation and analysis, when you find that it agrees with reason and
is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all. Then accept it and live up
to it.


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come from families where they are taught one of the more prominent western
religions. Unfortunately, the driving force that guides us is often extinguished
by organized religion. That force is to ask questions and to THINK for
ourselves. They are taught This is the way, do not question it, just believe.


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is the Wisdom in that? We must THINK for ourselves.


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is no new knowledge. The things we may learn 100 years from now are not truly
new. They may be new to us, but the knowledge was always there. All the
knowledge we have gained is but the diluted Knowledge of the God/dess.


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thank you for letting me share my views. Sharing is how we learn from others.
Through sharing comes understanding. From understanding comes trust. From trust
comes friendship. From friendship comes hope and admiration. From all of these
great things there comes peace.


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the end all is the same.


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is only Love and the source of that Love-God/dess.


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Love is the Law. Love knows no religion. Love knows no country border or
nationality. Love is Love.


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