Re: Theos-World Forgiveness
Mar 16, 1999 12:22 PM
by M K Ramadoss
At 01:20 PM 3/16/1999 EST, you wrote:
>In a message dated 99-03-16 10:44:38 EST, you write:
><< But forgiveness, when
> sincere, can end remorse, guilt, regret, shame, and so on.
>So can reading a good self-help book and learning to laugh at yourself and
>world. This nonsense about sin is one of the diseases left to us from the
>poor lunatics who founded the various religious traditions.
Your comment reminds me of the Charlie Chaplin movie "Monseiur Verdeaux"
where he tells a RC Priest that without sins, the priest would not have a job!
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