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Bid to make worship optional in schools rejected by Peers - A response from Mirza Jahangir

November 1, 2011 11:02 AM
By Mirza Jahangir (formerly Harry Boota
Originally published by East Midlands Liberal Democrats

When are we going to wake up to the fact that FAITH & POLITICS are two different things.

Not every human being needs to have faith in politics however, I can guarantee you that EVERY HUMAN on this earth, will NEED FAITH.

What has happened in modern politics is that we have had minority of people who have aligned themselves in position of power to eradicate the majorities' faith and to conform to their NONE-BELIEFS.

We, the majority (democracy), have faith in our god, and belief by way of religion which MAPS out a very clear BOUNDARY of ethical and moral values. Unfortunately because of the faithless in politics nowadays these moral boundaries have also been annihilated, hence the situation we are finding ourselves in, the GREED and CORRUPTION that is all so rife both in the financial and political institutions.

Get Real! do not stop faithful from having the faith, any form of worship is better than NO worship at all.

Faith = discipline . you got no faith, you have no boundary to conform to.

Faith and religious teachings tells you where the boundaries are and for those that believe and have been shown the boundaries will feel pain or shame when they do try to cross them, intentionally.

wish more politicians HAD straight FAITH.

Now, if you are a faithless person this would sound loads of claptrap to you, so please get yourself a faith, ANY FAITH, because they all give the same message, to make sense of what has been said above.

Mirza Jahangir (formerly Harry Boota)

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