Thabo Rasego

Rookie (Rustenburg, South Africa)

What is your Religion


Is your religion speaks about respect to humanity is prioroty?
Is your religion says stealing is prohibited?
Is your religion teaches about forgiveness of one-self errors and your neighbours mistake?
Is your religion condone and promotes love?
Is your religion tells about nature and health are balance of life?
Is your religion commands to practice sharing of wealth?
Is your religion warns about adultery?
Is your religion speaks about eternal spiritual universe?
Is your religion demands full attention in belief?
Is your religion combines balance of life with faith and trust?
Is your religion promises glory, freedom, peace, harmony and equality?
Is your religion gives wealth of living with it?
Is your religion forbids unreasonable intentional murder?
Is your religion sees doubt as a fear and sin?

If yes,
your religion is true religion
remain blessed with your religion
prosper the life with religious emotions.

Your religion is Omnipotent
Your religion is Omnificent
Your religion is Omniscient
Your religion is Omnipresent.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, April 11, 2012
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