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Excerpted from Oneness: Great Principles Shared by All Religions by Jeffrey Moses. Copyright 1989 by Jeffrey Moses. Excerpted by permission of Fawcett Columbine Books, a division of Random House, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.  HTML and web pages copyright by SpiritSite.com.
 


"The principles of inner development are basically no different now than they were in the days of Jesus, Buddha, Mohammad, Shankara, or Confucius."

Jeffrey Moses, Oneness, Part 2

Many people today seek their own laws. Yet in so doing, they often find only partial values of these universal principles. In actuality, the full values of these universal principles have been recorded similarly in all major religions since time immemorial. The principles of inner development are basically no different now than they were in the days of Jesus, Buddha, Mohammad, Shankara, or Confucius. 

These great masters offer similar messages that have not become less essential for people in the modem world. These principles stretch beyond time and change. They establish a clearly marked path which will enable each individual to attain the peace and enlightenment that is the ultimate goal in life.

The Golden Rule

I am sure that if we all understand The Golden Rule--that God is Love and that He has created us for greater things, to love and to be loved--we would then love one another as He has loved each one of us. True love is a giving until it hurts. It is not how much we give--but how much love we put into the giving.

Therefore it is necessary to pray--the fruit of prayer is deepening of Faith--the fruit of Faith is Love--Love in action is Service--and so acts of Love are acts of Peace--and this is the living of The Golden Rule.

Love one another as God loves each one of us.

God Bless You,
Mother Teresa

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