|You can see what Muslims think about ISIS
I ended my last blog with the lines:
“Love is the cornerstone of Mohammed’s, Buddha’s and Jesus’ philosophies.
Mohammed accurately said Kindness is a mark of faith, and whoever is not kind has no faith
He clearly meant that those who carried out the Paris atrocity were frauds.
My final line was “I am increasingly assured that Buddah, Mohammed and Jesus all agree that religion is for fruitcases”.
I should have said not “religion” but “organised religion“.
“Organised religion” means believing that the communication with God is validated by the message from the pulpit.
If you’re not a fruitcase you’ll be hard pressed to argue fhe point that organised religion has done more evil than good.
As a teenager I was besotted by the Beatles, and the emphasis on love was emphasised when the fab 4 were deserted by John Lennon, and his lyrics with Yoko Ono became even more centred on the potentially redeeming power of love.
On Tuesday November 17 there is a football match between England and France in London.
I urge you to sing The Marseilies as a mark of solidatrity with the French.
I understand that the Queen will be belting it out as well.
Along with Mohammed, Jesus, Buddah, and John Lennon.
The new fab Four.