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Harmony requires a standard

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Submitted by Michael S (United States), Jul 31, 2015 at 14:51

Hi, Waz . You said,

So it's not simply a value judgement to say it's best if human beings were in harmony with what you call 'God' (or their true selves if you don't want to put a 'religious' slant to it)

I'm not musically talented, but I can tell harmony when I hear it. People who play instruments tune them against a standard. God is the standard of the universe.

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