Monday, June 27, 2016

Ramadan midpoint is also a reminder of mankind's future

As Faith of the Pure Ray students understand, Islam addresses issues related to Equality and Crisis in the Family. We consider Ramadan to best reflect the teachings of Islam. The midpoint of Ramadan involves doing what is in everyone's best interest. On the opposite side of the planning circle at this point is World Peace, a narrow segment that is squeezed into the planning circle. This is looking at mankind's evolution, which relates to protecting the children.

For Muslims, the family is very important.

At our prayer circle, when the plan for the international government was first introduced, that is when we first started to realize that what we are doing is making history, and we understood that people in the future will look back on us made us consider our own actions in everything we do.

We learned that mankind always has three choices, but during times of crisis, only two are apparent, and both are untenable. To ignore a crisis will pass it on to future generations, and it will take seven generations to undo the damage that has been done. To react out of fear and to go down into the power games leads to greater conflict because there is always a backlash to the games, which go against Universal Law. It is only when you do what is in everyone's best interest that you rise out of your crisis, and you can't leave anyone out of the benefits of the plan, or you will be left out of the benefits, also.

The focus is now shifting to the application of doing what is in everyone's best interest. It is not up to Islam to create a plan--that is the responsibility of Christianity-- but to support any plan that benefits everyone, and protects the interests of future generations. This year, our plan  is for the international government, and includes bringing peace to the Middle East. Our proposals start with the Exit Strategy for Iraq, and the Faith of the Pure Ray will play a large part in helping to protect future generations.