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War no more

Aspen Times writer

Dear Editor:

I am interested in the influence of spiritual concepts, as well as all other thought forms. Please allow me to explain some of my conclusions:

The United States of America has become a great power due to the fact it was founded for God.

The Catholic Church teaches “The Holy Spirit is a Gift from God to correct incarnate error.” What is incarnate error; is it our inability to recognize God as The Life Force in everything?

At this moment, humankind is in a state of confusion and trying to bring about world peace via legislation and mind control, rather than through our hearts.

“Government of, by and for the people” is the best plan we have devised up to now. Our lives as Americans must be an open book, no more classified information; this is our government and when we know all the facts, we are capable of making the correct decisions for ourselves!

We haven’t evolved past the belief in war, however, the superior notion of beating our spears into plowshares and learning “war no more” is a concept whose time has come.

We would do well as American citizens to adhere to the oath taken by our American medical personnel: Above all else do no harm.

Eloise llgen


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