As long as we don’t hurt each other, who cares what ‘beliefs’ we have religious, political, moral, or whatever. Something we should be able to universally agree upon. It matters not, as long as we are kind, caring, harmless. What matters to me about you, is not really what you think or believe, what religion you belong to, or if you’re an atheist, but how you conduct yourself. Everyone can understand the healing and good that come from kindness, compassion, caring, giving, harmlessness. Those are the virtues of Unselfish Love – the things that really matter.
I sent in a question to the In the Now podcast (a podcast that discusses the Law of One), attempting to find answers and different perspectives and even help, to understand the experience I had going on 3 years ago when I had the oneness lens, and felt unconditional love for the world, and the deep-crash into the pits of hell that came afterwards. This is the transcript from the podcast.