Sunday, December 21, 2014

Sony Hack

Making a movie about the assassination of a country's leader and having it release on Christmas that what America is all about ?

Not the America that I love. I highly value freedom of expression and speech -- but there has to be limits -- there has to be some cultural sensitivity !  We can't poke everyone in the eye over our "freedoms"!

Who decides the line ?  and when it is crossed ? In this case the GOP decided and took action.

Yes -- North Korea has major issues.  But do we want it to be like Libya or Iraq?

#Sony Hack, #cultural sensitivity, #mutually assured respect

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

CNN Belief Blog

Great Blog on Beliefs here at CNN:

CNN Belief Blog

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Many Paths To God

I watched " Life of Pi " last night and was highly encouraged by the boy exploring the different paths we have to God.  Many of us have been wondering about the other paths.  We live in such a diverse culture now and have met many others that we like and have common goals and a common sense of hope and caring -- but they are on a different path to God.   #mutuallyassuredrespect #manypathstogod

Sunday, December 04, 2011

Peace on Earth and Good Will to All

As most cultures and religions are moving into the season of hope, thanksgiving, generosity and rejoice -- this message is one of Tolerance, Respect, Peace, and Good Will to all my fellow humans.

May each of you surround yourselves with love during this season and always.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

We must thrive on the diversity

As human beings we must put aside cultural indifference and learn to thrive on the diversity at hand

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Thinking Ahead

We are only here for a short time.....what will you be remembered for.....and by whom ?

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Monday, October 12, 2009

World Religions

I found this link informative on who believes what. Probably not the complete authoritative source, but interesting to think about none the less.

It is not surprising the world is so "fractionalized", but where do we go from here?