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Religion without mankind

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Submitted by Mandy (Portugal), Aug 26, 2014 at 18:59

We all have our own point of view but it's up to the individual if they want to instruct others on their own point of view. Religion only exists within human beings. Without human beings religion would never exist, so why fight about it and accept every person for who they are, religion or no or different religion. Without writing people could not read what others believe about religion. Surely, knowledge is power and power is absolute.

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