Dogma and Stigma

Dogma – ” a principle or set of principles laid down by an authority as incontrovertibly true.”

Everyone has a dogma. Christian, Muslim, Jew, Buddhist, Spiritualist, Pagan, Wiccan and even Atheist. With Dogma comes stigma.

Stigma – “a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person.”

Each Dogma has a stigma coming from one or more individuals within it.  For example, with Christianity there are the TV evangelists or cult leaders like Bob Jones.  With Muslim there are also radicals.  You can go through each and find someone or something that someone else considers wrong.  Why?  I believe it is our creators intention for us to discover that “All roads lead to Rome.”  That is to say that when we cross over into the next realm of existence, it won’t matter at all.  As we come to understand this now it makes way for an illuminating and exciting future for mankind (and womankind).  To those who may not realize it, there is only one race on this planet, the Human Race.  When we start there, think of all the stigma that is removed.  When we stop looking for answers in others and trust the divine in ourselves, both dogma and stigma are removed.  When we find ourselves grateful for everyone and everything, we are one with our creator and there is no need for anything else.

Blessed Be,

Gabriel

 

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