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Reply to Bill : G-D is ONE

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Submitted by Seamus MacNemi (United States), May 7, 2007 at 22:11

Yawey? I never heard of any god named Yawey. And quite frankly neither have any of the truly religious Jews. All of the Religious Jews call the HIGH ONE Ha Shem. The NAME. They do not even attempt to prounounce the word which represents for them the unity of past, present and future. the meaning of ONE is UNITY, a whole made up of many parts all interrelated and interdependent.

Think of a symphony orchestra. There are many different kinds of instruments and each has its own part to play in the composition of a peace of music. That which is G-D is the whole of the orchestra and as well the music which is to be played and the conductor who leads the orchestra. Does that help your understanding? If not then tell me what it is that you do not understand and I will try to find words that will allow you to see more clearly.

I'm not trying to sell you my religion. I couldn't do that even if I wanted to. It's simply not for sale at any price, even your soul could not buy it. But if my words can lead you to a better understanding of yourself and your own relationship with "THAT WHICH IS" I have fulfilled my responsibility.


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