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a Non-Superstitious life

The Encyclopedia of Science and Religion–“[Ancient Peoples] envisioned a universe subject to whims of gods,”… What about You Reader:)…what-do-you-think-how-do-you-exist-are-you-superstitious?

A Book That Exposes Superstition

The Bible, however says that the universe is governed by physical laws. For Example, about 3,500 years ago, the Bible referred to “the laws governing the heavens [and] the earth. (Job 38:33) At Jeremiah 31:35, it mentions “the laws of the moon and the stars.” People who accepted that enlightenment view were protected from false worship and superstition. Job 31:26-28; Isaiah 47:1, 13. [AWAKE! No.2 2016]

In my POV, living compassion is an enlightened life-style.🙂

Am i accepting an enlightenment view of things?? Or am i clinging to an erroneous/superstitious-science-fictitious-spiritual-fictitious-belief-system/life-style that is ultimately damaging me emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually… along with damaging other-fellow-fragile-life (and damaging to the planet)??

And do i have enough humility and sense 😉 to give up the non-sense??

Do i follow whims?? My own? Others’ ? or the ever-fleeting whims of fake-leaders/god-pretenders?


Escape the false!…. RUN To TRUTH!:)


12/04/17 @ 12:50 p.m.

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Super-Agape (2)

Peaceful Greetings Reader:)… please see super-agape…for context…

The Bible explains that genuine love is shown, “not in word or with the tongue, but in deed and truth.” (1 John 3:18) Does this mean that we cannot express love through our speech? Not at all! (1 Thess. 4:18) Rather, it means that our love must not be limited to words, especially when the circumstances call for action. For example, when a fellow […]lacks the basic necessities of life, he needs more than our good wishes. (Jas. 2:15, 16)

The apostle John wrote that we must love “in deed and truth.” Thus, our love must be “without hypocrisy,” or “free from hypocrisy.”(Rom. 12:9; 2 Cor. 6:6) This means that we cannot show genuine love while pretending to be something that we are not, as if we were wearing a mask. We might wonder, ‘Is there such a thing as love with hypocrisy?’ Not really. This would not be love at all but a worthless imitation. [excerpted: Deed and Truth w 2017]

Does selfishness come easy? Sure!… but, we, humans, have the capacity to cultivate and learn love… agape every day.

Is agape (aka unselfish/pure motive) my prompt?? Does the highest form of love… agape… result in the highest happiness or the greatest good for others and ourselves??


12/04/17 @ 12:04 a.m.


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“The lesser luminary for dominating the night,” provided by God as a means for marking “appointed times.” (Ge 1:16;Ps. 104:19; Jer 31:35; 1Co. 15:41) The Hebrew word for “moon” (ya·reʹach) is closely related to the Hebrew word yeʹrach, meaning “lunar month.” Since the lunar month always began with the appearing of the new moon (Heb., choʹdhesh), the term “new moon” also came to mean “month.” (Ge 7:11; Ex 12:2; Isa 66:23) The Greek word se·leʹne is rendered “moon,” while the Greek word men has the idea of a lunar period.— Lu 1:24; Ga 4:10; also Col 2:16;  where ne·o·me·niʹa (new moon) occurs. [excerpted: Moon, Insight Vol 1]

(super-moon marking… appointed time(s))

12/3/17 @ 11:40 p.m.

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