Love is a cement that glues us to each other and God. Keeps civilisation going against all odds.
It is unconditional. It has nothing to do with agreement and does not belong to one specific group.
It is empowering. If you love your enemy how can you be conquered? For each group there is a path to God. The will of God is diversity. For his servants to take different paths to him. God says compete with each other in Goodness.
Each group should compete with each other in doing good. Rather than fight each other for domination.
Interesting stuff that goes against the grain of conventional thinking within religious groups.
In my view the organisational system, with goals, key areas, elephant tasks etc. is the best there is. The TMI company have sadly failed to utilise technology to implement the system. They ought to have developed an app based and/or web based binder.
I don't expect anything beyond verbal criticism from our government as the importance of commercial trade is placed above ethics. #SaudiArabia #RaifBadawi #Opression
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