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Question 22

[1648] Question 22: "Should the confessors of a faith be separated from the persons of other religions to form them completely in terms of their faith, or are there tasks and areas of life, in which all human beings live together and should act together, irrespective of their different religious beliefs? Is living together with persons of other religions a necessary evil for the true believers, or is it a humane task on this side of all differences of faith?"

[1649] Answer: Separation makes only sense if there are irreconcilabilities that cannot otherwise be met, or the interests diverge if certain goals are to be achieved. Since the religion of love wants to be the religion in that all other are to be merged, separation cannot be its primary goal. Rather, it lives out of the unity in diversity and tries to integrate the different trends and directions. [1650] This means to face up to and to consider the other religions in as many fields as possible. Every religion is closely to check in which fields this is possible without any problems and where it still requires efforts. This check can even come down to individual case level. Either one agrees or does not. Agreement should not be constrained. [1651] If one decides to want to remain separated, after all attempts at reconciliation failed, then this decision must be respected until it another one repeals it, because other circumstances enabled the agreement. Development will enable to live together and to operate with each other in more and more fields. Persons of other religions are the challenge that the religion of love must take up again and again, also in living together. [1652] If this happens at a reasonable level, so it likes to do this to mature at this humane task in the interest of as many as possible. If the appropriateness is left, this task reduces to an evil that is to dispose of. This will also with sufficient development. Then religious differences play a subordinate role. Otherwise appropriate development is to be provided. [1653] The question is extended by the posing of the question how this can happen. The conditions appearing in the world are the cause of lack of development. They need to be improved. First, the will to do so must be there, since the possibility from L is always given. It appears, if everybody is convinced that the improvement is also of great advantage for zerself. For this purpose, everybody is to figure out that an omittance or active prevention of the improvement is in each case disadvantageous, since L compensates everything over the time. [1654] Each positive effort is rewarded, each negative one punished, in this or in the subsequent lives, with the highest degree of justice and according to the extent of the effort. Who does not want to consider this zerself finds this in the word of L to which every person is entitled and which is therefore to be conveyed to zer. Where the will is there, it is to consider how the improvement can be achieved. This everybody can do with L or for zerself, but together with others one is stronger. [1655] One should first consider what is when and how needed (needs assessment). Then one should figure out who when with what how with what priority under what conditions can and should best meet the needs (target/actual analysis). From these two analyses projects are to be built that are to cover the need on the basis of the specifications within a reasonable period of time (project goal). [1656] The projects are then to realise through project work, as effective and efficient as possible, according to preferably internationally certified standards and entail each time follow-up projects until the respective development objective is completely achieved. In doing so, the development objectives are both to base on the feasibility and the desirability, so that L and the creatures are as far as possible content with what has been achieved.

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