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Is sin a spiritual tool for inner transformation?

An introspection into semitic spirituality

Repentance in semitic spirituality is a tool for the inner transformation from the guilt of the sins committed in precious life!

When a mob approached an adulteress to punish her for her anti-Semitic crime, pointing his forefinger at the adulteress Jesus said ‘If any one of you hasn’t ever did a sin in your life shall throw stones at this woman’. That makes Jesus christ of the Jerusalem beautiful than the followers of Jesus christ of today. He seeded an insight in his followers that no one is devoid of sins and is not worthy enough to punish others for their sin.

The reluctance of Mohammad to accept the self-requested punishment of his followers who committed adultery to be stoned to death, despite of their self submission to be punished by the public and the inner readiness to proclaim their sins out of the fear of one in the heaven makes Mohammad of Makkah beautiful than the followers of Mohammad of today. He instead insisted repentance and self- reformation in his followers than being punished for their sins.

Moses who murdered a man with his bare fist was appointed by his God as a prophet and a saviour for the children of Israel from the hands of Pharaoh who murdered every single male baby born in the womb of a Jewish mother. That makes ideology of semitism crystal clear that heroes of semitic texts were in fact sinners. That makes Moses of Misr beautiful than the followers of Moses today who claims devoid of sins.

What the followers of these semitic text lacks today is ‘the purity of souls’ that all these three icons from the lineage of Abraham of Baghdad requested deeply from its followers. Today be a follower of Moses, Mohammad or Jesus christ, the sinners are tortured, humiliated and segregated in public verbally, non verbally and physically by the mobs of fanaticists of respective religion. And that very act of crucifying sinners in a society is with no doubt an anti-Semitic act. That literally contradicts the sole ideology of semitism.

If a man with tinge of Aethism can understand this reality then i guess those texts you carry behind your back like a donkey is of no use! They are extremely useful for the orthodoxy followers of extremism in these three religions to boast their ego and pride to show off their religious symbolism rather than respecting and honouring each other like that of what happened in the forgotten middle east of 9th century.

In sum, sin was a vital entity in all semitic texts for inner development and for accessing the deepest spiritual domains in repentance. But today, sin is considered as something evil and to categorize such individuals as a culprit. In fact, such categorisation and oppression of sinners done by the religious extremists of semitic religions is nothing but the sadistic subconscious void to project oneself as a pious in the eyes of public. Perfectionism in being right and devoid of sin is an absolute blunder manipulated by extremists to establish the Darwinian control of the followers in its religion, that is undoubtedly an anti semitic spiritual fact.

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