O Anna Niemus


Abortion, Slaughterhouses, And Salvation


Abortion does not extinguish a soul..
but only delays his or her entry onto the human stage.

Slaughterhouses do not extinguish a mammal's soul
but eating the flesh of an animal is bad for the animal,
the karma and health of the human being.

Hell is not a permanent state, but a temporary
emotional condition of suffering.

God is infinite divine love
in all ways and always.
God does not sentence to permanent suffering
the children God creates.

Submitted: Saturday, September 13, 2008
Edited: Friday, November 28, 2008

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