AaI Harvey

(13/07/80 / Cannock)

The law according to the Disciples of Earth

The Law According to
The Disciples of Earth

Thou shalt read the Books of The Disciples of Earth.

Thou shalt not kill.
Thou shalt not rape.
Thou shalt be human-e.
Thou shalt have control of your hatred.

Thou shalt be humane.
Thou shalt all be treated as an equal.
Thou shalt have no God.
Thou shalt use manners when dealing with all people.

Thou shalt have no leader.
Thou shalt not commit incest.
Thou shalt respect everyone.
Thou shalt be honest.

Thou shalt preach peace, love and empathy.
Thou shalt not commit adultery.
Thou shalt seek freedom.
Thou shalt not worship money.

Thou shalt never physically fight,
Over the Disciple of Earth’s teachings.
Thou shalt not worship material goods over humanity.
Thou shalt find that love is the greatest of all things.
Thou shalt always seek peace and have no nationality.

Thou shalt give thanks to the children.
Thou shalt find acceptance.
Thou shalt see the human before the person.
Thou shalt preach your own teachings.

Thou shalt have marriage only through love.
Thou shalt give thanks to any and all Gods.
Thou shalt only have children, after becoming married.
Thou shalt have your own beliefs and speak another language.

Thou shalt not get divorced for 1 year,
After signing the divorce papers.
Thou shalt have no divorce, without proof of a reason.
Thou shalt find your own meanings within my words;
Thou shalt fight for your rights, using words and wisdom.

Thou shalt give thanks to those who are worthy.
Thou shalt not cause death deliberately.
Thou shalt be true to your conscience
And agree to disagree if necessary.

Thou shalt teach, protect, love and never harm any child.
Thou shalt continue The Books of The Disciples of Earth.
Thou shalt find your God within your own mind.
Thou shalt give thanks to Mother Earth if you receive from her.

Thou shalt show friendship to all.
Thou shalt stay true to your Wife or Husband.
Thou shalt have only one love.
Thou shalt not use weapons, unless in defence.

Thou shalt not invade or attack.
Thou shalt not seek vengeance.
Thou shalt find your own personal Mecca.
Thou shalt be benevolent.

Thou shalt be charitable if thou has more than enough.
Thou shalt share if you have more.
Thou shalt believe in true love.
Thou shalt not lay in bed with whores.

Thou shalt not judge another person;
By their race, colour, creed or beliefs.
Thou shalt never fight unless in self-defence.
Thou shalt respect other religion’s beliefs.

Thou shalt not steal.
Thou shalt not bribe.
Thou shalt teach.
Thou shalt read and thou shalt write.

Thou shalt crave wisdom.
Thou shalt have no idol to praise.
Thou shalt have no need of greed.
Thou shalt speak of love gladly even when in pain.

Thou shalt help your fellow human if possible.
Thou shalt search for enlightenment and share it with all.
Thou shalt have only one Wife
And not marry again for 5 years after divorce.

Thou shalt take the place you are as your church.
Thou shalt take the place you are as your pulpit.
Thou shalt not ignore those who ask for your help.
Thou shall give aid to the defence of those who need it.

(C) 2011 Aa Harvey. All Rights Reserved.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 03, 2013

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