Sunday, November 15, 2015

Dear President Obama: Unifying the Seven Major Religions

Our organization is working to introduce a plan for an international government, and as of today, people in 82 nations, including Muslim nations, support the plan.

Tonight I would like to explain to you how to unify the world's seven major religions. Tomorrow is Tolerance Day, and this is a great time to introduce a new concept in religion, especially with the recent crisis in France.

Each of the seven major religions teaches one segment of the body of knowledge that is necessary to create the life you want. Jesus taught the principles of Creativity, of coming up with a plan to solve problems. Moses taught how to bring in the people. Gautama Buddha taught how to get one's support. Muhammad taught the principles of equality, of standing in protest when someone is not standing on the principles, and about Crisis in the Family. Rama taught security issues and conflict resolution. Confucius taught the principles of capacity, and Lao Tzu taught Tolerance and Empowerment.

Each of the seven major religions also plays a favorite power game. Christians wage war, and Jeb Bush is a good example of that. Jews trigger genocides when they believe they have been victimized. Muslims, when denied a voice, resort to acts of terrorism.

In the Middle East, these are the three religions and the three crises. It takes a fourth element to enable a sense of balance to be established, and that is the principles of Buddhism. Once everyone in the Middle East is allowed to create a sense of abundance in their life, the conflict will end.

Yours for peace,

Karen Holmes