|Re: Religious symbols and policies||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Fred H Olson (fholsoncohousing.org)|
|Date: Wed, 23 Oct 2013 06:03:14 -0700 (PDT)|
Monty Berman <mberman116 [at] hotmail.com> is the author of the message below. It was posted by Fred, the Cohousing-L list manager <fholson [at] cohousing.org> after deleting quoted digest. -------------------- FORWARDED MESSAGE FOLLOWS -------------------- 10/22 Replying to: ---- Re: Religious symbols and policies (Elizabeth Magill) There's something important for me in the discussion of what is good policy around holiday decorations. As I say this it occurs to me that it would be tough to come up with one and it would seem to me that an effective approach would be to have a meeting on it with the understanding that consensus would be arrived at for any decorations (and usage) for any common spaces. The rationale for this is that common spaces are traditionally just that and everything, e.g., cell phone use, TVs, etc., are open to due process. Would make for stretching ourselves, right! Monty Monty Berman EcoVillage at Ithaca, founding member There is only one absolute Truth, and all other truths emanate from it. When you find that Truth, your actions will be in alignment with it. The Truth is inseparable from who you are. Yes, you are the Truth. If you look for it elsewhere, you will be deceived every time. The very Being that you are is Truth . . . When you are in touch with this dimension within your self . . . all your actions and relationships will reflect the oneness with all life that you sense deep within. This is love. On the other hand, laws, commandments, rules, and regulations are necessary only for those who are cut off from who they are, from the Truth within.
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- Re: Religious symbols and policies Sharon Villines, October 22 2013
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