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Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki - 60 year anniversay, August 6 and August 9

This year marks the 60 year anniverary of the United States bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki with Atomic bombs.

It is the only time in human history that atomic bombs, weapons of mass destruction, have been used by human beings against other human beings. It is a sobering thought to realize what our nation, the so called land of the free and home of the brave, is capable of.

The Bushies are good at projecting sadistic feelings of death, destruction, and hate onto bogeypeople, they call "terrorists", but we Americans still get the prize for spreading the greatest feelings of terror, on the most people of the planet, for all time.

Perhaps it is time for us to examine our collective conscience, and if necessary confess our sins, and repent. Are we a big enough people, a justice loving people, a peace loving people to do that?

I don't think we have evolved to that level of collective cosmic consciousness yet, but I hope that my great grandchildren, or my great great grandchildren may get there. The safety and survival of our species depends on it.

Link: Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki Worship resources for Sunday, August 6 or August 9.


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