A man of God would never burn or harm a temple of any kind - regardless of religion. A true man of God would see every temple or divine mansion built to glorify THE CREATOR - as an extension of the temple closest to his home, regardless of its shape, size, or color. A man who truly recognizes and knows God can see God in all things. Truth can only be seen by those with truth in them.
Nobody can turn you into a slave unless you allow them. Nobody can make you afraid of anything, unless you allow them. Nobody can tell you to do something wrong, unless you allow them. God never created you to be a slave, man did. God never created division or set up any borders between brothers, man did. God never told you hurt or kill another, man did. Why is man your god and not the Creator?
The state of monarchy is the supremest thing upon earth: for kings are not only God's Lieutenants upon earth, and sit upon God's throne, but even by God himself they are called gods.
(James I of England, James VI of Scotland (1566-1625), British King of England and Scotland. Address, March 21, 1609, to Parliament, London. Quoted in England Under the Stuarts, ch. 4, G.M. Trevelyan (1904, rev. 1925).)
If god is omnipresent, if all is god manifested as the things and life of the world, why then we go far away searching him through books and practices? God is not knowledge to be gained but a truth to be realised and lived.
God is available to them who have love and purity in heart without knowing what God is, but not to them who search for and try to know God without any divine quality in them just to be called a spiritual man.
God is expressed more in nature because it speaks the language of God, that is silence. God is less expressed in man because man speaks his own language, the words. And that is why nature is more beautiful and blissful than man.
'Believing in God is the evilist sin. Because belief in God is belief in EVERYTHING, including the worst sins. It is belief in the primitive version of the immortal world. There are subtle things that are more good than a moral conscience. Scientists know what they mean by science: tortured animals. At least subtle things, if good, may serve as a viable distraction from that type of morals. The morals of science, the morals of God.'