Re: Instant Karma?

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Posted by David Chibo ( on October 04, 2001 at 21:23:40:

In Reply to: Re: Instant Karma? posted by Jeff on October 04, 2001 at 19:57:03:

: : A few years back I was heavily into Buddhism. Read some of the literature as well as taking a meditation class.

: : I never believed in karma until last week when I heard about what happened in Chicago as a result of the recent retaliatory strikes on the U.S.

: : Let me give you a chronology of the events that transpired.

: : Week 1 after the attack – Mar Barwai Soro, head of the Assyrian Church of the East in U.S.A. wanted to be the first to jump on the bandwagon and assist the U.S. State Department in demonizing all Middle Easterners. He condemned the attacks and described the culprits, I quote, “those who are not worthy of being alive.”

: : Week 2 after the attack – An Assyrian church of the East in Chicago, U.S.A. is burned to the ground, with a note asking, “Are you with U.S. or with them?”

: : Now someone tell me, is this not a case of instant Karma?

: : Now what’s even sadder is that the path of appeasement our religious and secular leaders are currently taking might even get our dogma run over by our karma……

: David,
: Ever seen the movie "Dogma"?? If not, it's worth the time spent. Just simply hillarious!

: Jeff

Great movie,
I'm actually a big Kevin Smith fan.
I saw Clerks just the other day. I just loved his role as Silent Bob.


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