Live and let live

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Dear Editor

Seeking a new God

Thanks, ironically I’m a buddhist which is a non theistic relgion and I’m the only buddhist in Samoa. However, buddhist don’t prosthelitize and I’m cool letting people worship whoever they want.

That’s my opinion. I only became a buddhist because it was the only path for me and it accepted me wacky and confused. Buddhist monks begged throughout india and southeast asia to survive but it was a fair exchange.

The lay people of the villages and the buddhist monks did prayer, mantras and chants for the people.

The lay people received the merit for their giving and the monks recieved food. As far as samoa goes they are a christian nation and I’m all right with that because there’s nothing they can do to convert me anyway. 

Peace be with you Wendy in Wonderland.

 

michael uhila

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