- Replying to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MuktoChinta/message/1027
Fatemolla Fatemolla wrote:
> Thanks and a productive ( kids are not relevant) happy new year to
Thankyou for your greetings.
> Thanks for your input. You mentioned so many similar verses fromother
> religion.Dear Fatemolla,
> Are they used in worship today, day and night?
To the best of my knowledge, the scriptures are very similar around
the world within every religion itself. Just in the monestaries
alone, they are being read day and night, and many more places. But
monestaries, I have been inside and discussed with scholarly priests,
so I can confirm. I try hard NOT to speak of things I am totally
unaware of. When I have a doubt, I mention it. When I do not know, I
> If they are, I don't know how they help in spirituality, meditation
> worship.Fatemollah, if you do not know, you ask. Instead of making rather
firm assertions, that was not free of scorns.
Your message which initiated the discussion, did not have "burn,
kill" words from yourself. But, in the manner you were being
hypocritical, was no less scornful, surely no ethics of atheism
appreciates such remark, with a specifically uncorroborated slanted
However, we all make mistakes, I do more than many. If you could
correct me, I will thank you even more.
I wish you a happy new year and many more to come, productive as you wish
them to be.