Dear Readers, Thank you for checking out my website. When fear based religions started closing their doors on gay people, I was left finding my own way home. Home being the realization of self to my Oneness with God. Home is also what some of these fear based bible teaching religions call Heaven. Another myth of their teachings are that we have to die before going to this place called Home or Heaven, when we actually can live it here and now.
You have a choice of living life on fear or love, so when you can love unconditionally like God, (not impossible) and letting God experience the good/bad, hate/love, greed/love, all experiences through you in having a Oneness with God as taught by Jesus and many other great Divine teachers, it is then that you also can find yourself loving like God unconditionally. Instead though, many people are taught to take the word of God over the experience of God, The Bible seems to make a bully out of God, an angry God at times who makes mistakes and had to send a Son to fix them? Jesus knew that even by death that nothing could, can, separate us from God. So if you can't figure it out for yourself, then yes, go through Jesus. Life is about letting God experience it all through you. No such thing as a bad experience. Did you know that there are no ten commandments, that Moses really messed up when he saw the party going on coming down off the mountain, for it was a covenant that Mose made with God, but then he turned them into commandments. Mose asked God as we all should ask of God; "Lord God, how will we know you are the Lord our God?" God responded; "You will know me when you..." "You will know me when you..." That was a covenant not commandments. No wonder they had to wonder the desert for 40 years. I want to bring conscious thought to peoples oneness with or without God. If your faith seems to be that of a faith taught by fear based religions, and with a bully of a God as taught by Catholics, Baptist, others. Is there any wonder why kids bring guns to school and shoot other kids. It's because of a lack of love for one another as taught by fear based organized religions who make a mockery out of God by giving praise and honor to a book of words and a Devin teacher who's main purpose was to bring us closer to God, not to make this Intelligent Being, this Creator into a bully. When you can understand that there are no judgments when you die, that a simple denial of God's love is hell enough, it is then that you'll understand the unconditional love of God and your souls desire to experience what perfect love is, since God is perfect love, we then have an equal to God status as all loving. We are then your home.
No one is judging you now or ever. But when you die you'll ask yourself if all these earthly experience...of your thoughts, words and deeds, now describe the person you want to be now and forever more. If not, if this doesn't describe the person you always imagined yourself to be, if not, you may choose to return to earth for an experience of a higher level of love. Your on your own journey and your soul want to be like God, to know what perfect love is. It's the only game in town to play, we have no other reason for being here. So do you show your love through your experiences or through bulling others with a demonizing perception of God as taught by fear based religions like the Catholics, Baptist, etc., is that what describes you?
I (your name) AM? A human Being having a spiritual experience, or a Spiritual Being having a human experience, or just a human being enjoying life without faith. Just be the best loving person you can be. Be the God within.
I'm sure in another lifetime I may have even killed people, I may have even been a baptist, I'm sure I was once an atheist. When we die, all our life's will come together and bring us a fuller understanding of who we are in our Oneness with God. I've evolved in understanding the love of God. Have you? Our future New York Times Best Seller will have a more profound effect on society then that of what the novel "To Kill A Mockingbird" did for blacks in the 1960's. We are that confident. Behold God, Love, Michael
The Most Reverend John C. Nienstedt,
Archbishop of Saint Paul and Minneapolis
You may wish to know that the Church's teaching on homosexuality is a very balanced one. It can be summarized in the following three paragraphs from the Catechism of the Catholic Church: (Par. 2357) "Homosexuality refers to relations between men or between women who experience an exclusive or predominant sexual attraction towards persons of the same sex. It has taken a great variety of forms through the centuries and in different cultures.
Its psychological genesis remains largely unexplained. Basing itself on Sacred
Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of grave depravity, tradition
has always declared that 'homosexual acts are intrinsically disordered.' They
are contrary to the natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life.
They do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual complementarity.
Under no circumstances can they be approved."
(Par. 2358) "The number of men and women who have deep-seated
homosexual tendencies is not negligible. This inclination, which is objectively
disordered, constitutes for most of them a trial. They must be accepted with
respect, compassion, and sensitivity. Every sign of unjust discrimination in
their regard should be avoided. These persons are called to fulfill God's will
in their lives and, if they are Christians, to unite to the sacrifice of the Lord's
Cross the difficulties they may encounter from their condition."
(Par. 2359) "Homosexual persons are called to chastity. By the virtues of
self-mastery that teach them inner freedom, at times by the support of
disinterested friendship, by prayer and sacramental grace, they can and
should gradually and resolutely approach Christian perfection."
*** This is wrong teachings ***
*** SHAME ON me/you/us CATHOLICS ***
*** Baptist, Conservative Christians ***
*** and ***
*** All People of GOD ***
***IT"S time to amend the Bible***
***the Catholic Church teachings***
THE ACHILLES EFFECT – Wounded By Faith
Fiction Based On A True Story
The recent elementary school shootings in Connecticut have given rise to an evil that has plagued mankind for centuries. And while everyone scrambles for a quick solution – stricter regulations on automatic weapons, increased law enforcement in the schools and etc. – no one seems to be concerned about the root cause. What we know about the shootings is that they didn’t become widespread until the late 90s. What is interesting about this decade is that it saw the greatest blow to organized religion in history starting with the Church’s cover-up of pedophile priests, chromosome research proving being born gay is no different than being born with brown hair or blue eyes, and the senseless bloodshed at abortion clinics at the hands of the “religious.” Couple this with the fact that the primary and secondary school gunman all reportedly came from “good Christian homes” and you’ve got a conspiracy theory no one is going to touch with a ten foot pole. No one except for Michael Anderson, that is.