Again, you misperceiveJune 20 2009 at 7:09 PM
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Vince (Login MoxiFox)
Response to Well...lots of rhetoric there...not much substance.
what Striver is all about. No, he's not promoting a religion. He may be promoting a mechanism but not a religion. And no, he doesn't want followers (because he probably wouldn't know what to do with them if got any!~~).
While I personally don't click with Striver's philosophy, I understand quite well what he's trying to do. In essence, I'm trying to do the same thing. We are BOTH trying to get people to wake up and see the light, concerning human relations and the connection between all of life and the balance it has with our planet.
Here's a little case example for you to think about:
We have a planet that has over 3 billion people aboard. The numbers are increasing exponentially. It's only a matter of time until there will be more people than the planet can support.
What is the ultimate solution?
1) Foment a major war so that enough are killed to bring the population back down? Create havoc, destruction, anguish, heartache and destroyed lives in the process? Somehow invoke "God's will" into it?
2) Work towards COMMUNICATION and education of all peoples on earth. Bring it home to everyone that we have too many people and we need to reduce the numbers. Use birth control, sterilization, abortion ..... whatever it takes ....... to get those numbers DOWN in the next few generations.
Which solution makes the most ultimate sense? #2 does. In number 2 you avoid the bloodshed, destruction and anguish. So why NOT implement #2?
Oh I know ....... you're going to bring in God's anger about abortion because it "kills innocent babies". But you would rather see already-living and developed humans with family ties and consciousness ...... be slaughtered in the destructive ravages of war, wouldn't you? Because GOD ..... for some really unknown reason ........ is against birth control and abortion.