Re: Theos-World On changing headers, toxicity, etc.
Nov 13, 2004 12:42 PM
by Jerry Hejka-Ekins
Well said. One might also add that behind that differences of views is
the thing itself which remains untouched by the interpretations.
All these points of view about the same thing, maybe. And we like to argue about our point being the only one.
We can gain so much more, if we simply accept the differences, not just tolerate... can't we at least go that extra step...acceptance does not mean agreement, just acceptance.
And, then we can calmly say, in my view, this is what I hold to be true and what I hold as open to further study and what I have great difficulty accepting.
What really matters here?
Isn't our relationship of dialog more important than the issues?
That is if we "practice" unity/oneness/brotherhood... or do we even agree on that?
That may set a precedent.
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