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At 11:45pm on May 31, 2016, Ajay Singh said…

         Our petition "https://www.change.org/p/define-the-basis-of-moral-education-by-unification-of-all-the-religious-definitions-in-one-notion" requests that the world literate community and members of the “Counter Terrorism Committee” of the United Nations to approach world leaders, noteworthy religious thinkers, and prominent intellectual figures to develop a unanimous resolution to all religious conflicts that are currently causing terrorism and war. To reach this essential and achievable goal, they will have to unify all religious thinking into one universal idea that accords with scientific insight and the history of mankind on earth. The conclusions of this universal system of thought will be expressed not only without disgracing the numerous belief systems of mankind, but also in literary forms in the realms of global scholarship.

 

       There is no doubt that the greatest aspect of literature is that it enthralls our mind and spirit from childhood to the end of our lives. It is a major part of our intellectual heritage, as important as our scientific and technological heritage; it influences our system of thought and throws into relief our genetic nature. It is the treasure house of human wisdom that guides our lives toward whatever final home our religious or spiritual beliefs direct us.

 

      We have designed a simple method in literary form to address the complexities of this issue and support the "Counter Terrorism Committee" of the United Nations. (Please review “http://www.author-me.com/fict15/agilia1.htm” ) I WOULD BE GLAD TO SHARE THE FULL PROPOSAL AND THE SAMPLE COPY OF MY CREATION. Please let me have your E-mail ID.

 

 

         This literary form would help the world literate community not only to raise new hopes, but also develop novel aspirations in working towards a common citizenship of all peoples and faith based on social responsibility and solidarity. This is the greatest contemporary need and the most important issue of current times.

 

Thanks for the time and review. Looking forward for your response

 

Sincerely Yours

 Ajay Singh

ttp://wwhpo.org/assets/bios/asingh.html

 

At 11:44pm on May 31, 2016, Ajay Singh said…

 

        We are Common people, seeking your blessings and support to help the world’s leadership and all leading religious instructors who thirst for a unanimous conclusion for global security in the current predicament of nuclear proliferation, terrorism and war. Our goal is to separate the religious definitions from the mazes of political issues that creating the basis for terrorism and war. Presently terrorism constitutes the worse aspect of those using religious teachings for worldly advantage and private interest. Instead of following religious teachings, they are concealing their crimes against humanity internationally, while at the same time altering the definitions of faith, ethics, and conscience. “Religion is for man and not man for religion.” Humanity must be saved from both the horror of “terrorism” and the panic of “counter terrorism warfare.” Although the words expressing our religious beliefs may be different, the meaning is the same for everyone.

                              

 

    In these circumstances, power of wealth and military power are not great enough for any country, organization, or group engaged in the mission to uproot the basis of terrorism. Rather, the entire world needs an intellectual power to counter the thoughts and views that create the basis of terrorism, religious fanaticism, and religious conflicts that separate the life of humankind. We will have to explore beyond our inherited system of thoughts to uproot the basis of terrorism, without any violence and within the confines of a tight budget. We believe, prevention of war and terrorism would help the world community to pay their deep attention towards the problems that emerging as poverty, Global warming, lethal diseases and pandemic.

 

At 11:37pm on May 31, 2016, Ajay Singh said…

Thanks Mr. Kenneth Langdon,

      Lot of thanks for adding me to at your friend list. Use of the sanctity of a religion, for political and professional beneficence had been always lethal for the existence of humankind on Earth.

Presently, the achievements of scientific insight are resurrecting beyond the process of Nature, and the graces of spirituality are descending to a dangerous abyss.

 

 

In fact, the definitions of all the leading world religions are based on their contemporary needs, to help human being to evolve under Natural process on basis of peace and solidarity, not to obtain the narcissus and terrestrial bliss among the rot of massacre.

 

 

Our money and gun power are not potential enough to combat the thoughts of terrorism that conceals their sins behind religious narcissism that enthralled in mazes of terrestrial and political issues.

 

 

To prevent the rise of terrorism, we’ll have to clarify the roots of faith and the facts of the materialism disgracing all believers and atheist alike. Till now, we are destroying the embodiment of terrorism, ignoring its brutal ideology still invincible before the entire world.

 

 

It had been always lethal to write or address in favor or against the institutionalized faith of human being divided by several religious and political strictures. With a “unanimous conclusion” to tackle the clashes between religion and state, theism and atheism, we are dedicated to prevent the further rise of hate religious campaigns and rescue humanity from the shadow of Nuclear weapons.

 

 

At 4:42pm on February 24, 2013, Kenneth Langdon said…

Are you on WRAM and or MMM? If not you should be I am on both. Of course I am on several other sites as well. Just trying to keep up with what is going on. I found out that you can not believe everything that is put up on our site's. So I take care to verify things.

Thank You

Ken

At 9:33am on February 24, 2013, Kitty Tash said…
Hi, Ken! It's nice to meet U. Thank U, for your friend request! I'm always happy to make friends,' with someone I know, I will already have common interests with!! Have a GREAT DAY!! I look forward to interacting with everyone in our group! :)
At 2:44am on February 11, 2013, Kenneth Langdon said…

You are welcome. I hope all is going well with you. You got my e-mail? Keep in touch if you will.

Kenlangdon2006@yahoo.com

At 12:27am on February 11, 2013, Melissa Suzanne Garner said…

Okay. Thanks Ken

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