Muhammad Ali: Human Family

“My concept of religion has broadened over the years. My mother was a Baptist, and my father was a Methodist. They both believed that Jesus was the son of God. I don’t believe that, but I believe he was an important prophet like Moses. I believe that on judgment day, my parents will be in heaven, not because they were without fault, but because they were decent, loving human beings, and they believed in God.

We all have the same God, we just serve him differently. Rivers, lakes, ponds, streams, oceans, all have different names, but they all contain water. So do religions have different names, and they all contain truth, expressed in different ways, forms, and times. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a Muslim, a Christian, or a Jew.

When you believe in God, you should believe that all people are part of one family. If you love God, you can’t love only some of his children.”

~ Muhammad Ali, The Soul of a Butterfly

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Spock: The Needs of the Many

“Of my friend, I can only say this: of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, his was the most… human.”

~ Admiral James T. Kirk

Spock - Needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few

IntoTruth: Cracking the Jewish riddle

A Film by Amit Shalev, 48 min, 2015

Set against the backdrop of a multifaceted global crisis that is worsening every day, and the waves of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiments that are growing stronger by the hour, one person is offering an improbable solution, which may just be the most logical one yet. “Into Truth” is a film that anyone who cares about Israel or the Jewish people should watch today. Trailing Kabbalah teacher, Dr. Michael Laitman, it is the fruit of five years of exclusive documentation, painting a picture that shatters conventions and crosses borders. More than a personal portrait, it is a riddle, a rare preview into a world view that calls for a reevaluation of the Israeli-Jewish identity and the familiar beliefs we were raised on.

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