Every person on the planet has a belief, a religion. Even if the person who believes that god does not exist, he has a religion of his own. All the religions differ from each other; the beliefs, the rituals, the holidays. But all of them have things in common too; every religion wants her followers to be happy, to not brake the moral code of conduct, to teach people to forgive, and believe that they forgiven first of all by god, and to make every follower live in peace. Like Albert Einstein had said "All religions, arts and sciences are branches of the same tree. All these aspirations are directed toward ennobling man's life, lifting it from the sphere of mere physical existence and leading the individual towards freedom."
Unfortunately people of different beliefs and religion started to dislike each other. It started form way back in history. The Muslims had fights with the Jewish, Protestants with the Catholics and so on... Yes Religions say, "there is no other god" but they also say, "do not kill" and sadly people often forget about that very important 2nd part. During the ruling of Queen Mary in England a lot of Catholics and Protestants were killed in a war between the 2 religions. In Russia the people believed in Christianity before Vladimir Krasnosolnishko didn't change it to be a different kind of Christianity and killed many people who believed in the old form. In the Middle East many wars were fought between the Jewish and the Muslims. Now days some people still dislike each other only because of the Religious Beliefs. Kids get beaten up after school, or workers fired in many countries outside of the US. But "why not just let people differ about their answers to the great mysteries of the Universe? Let each seek one's own way to the highest, to one's own sense of supreme loyalty in life, one's ideal of life. Let each philosophy, each world-view bring forth its truth and beauty to a larger perspective, that people may grow in vision, stature and...
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