The Jewish suffering

United States
February 18, 2007 10:20am CST
Ever listen to people of Israel speak, it always sounds like they are crying, are they crying for their losses? Or are they crying for all of the suffering of the world for the lies that make the world a hostile environment. We know what will happen and how the world will change but we don't act until after the fact. It is living in a broken world and not fixing the problem to take action as a preventive measure to what will happen that could be avoided if we applied our resources properly. Instead we wait for a catastrophy to fix the devestation that could have been avoided. So is Israel and the Jewish people aware of the truth that the problem exists as they keep playing the shell game blaming all the problems in the world on other people instead of being proactive to fix what isn't working correctly. Is their belief in their god the lesser god of this planet that needs to evolve? Maybe we all need to have a greater and smarter GOD than the one that the Jews have created? How big is your GOD and what does your GOD require of you? To live beyond the suffering is to live at and in peace. GOD Bless us ALL
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@Kaeli72 (1230)
• United States
18 Feb 07
If you read the bible and find out where it reveals the language of the angles, you'll see that it's Hebrew. The Hebrew alpha bet...known as the Aleph Bet is far more superior than the English. For example, if I asked you to spell the word "night", upon hear it, you'd ask me, "Which one? knight or night?" Same with "too". "Which one, too, two or to?" With Hebrew, the word for night is "lilah". When it's written out, there's no doubt how it's to be pronouced. If you were the decendant of a royal king but lost your rank and title because of some horrific circumstance or because of your ancestor's stupidity, wouldn't you feel the need to cry? If you saw pictures of those whom share the same religion, race and ultimately: blood as you being slaughtered by the millions for no true crime at all, wouldn't you weep? The only reason you're not weeping for them because you're not realizing something: history repeats itself. One of the main things that the Jews weep for is the destruction of the Temple and of Jerusalem. For them, such a loss...there are no words to describe it. Here was a place that was built by the instructions from G-d himself. You're right, we need to ALL pull together to mend this world, but that will never happen. One cannot make peace with a certain nation in particular because it has been foretold. You said, "Maybe we all need to have a greater and smarter G-d than the ones that the Jews have created..." Though you've brought up a good point in your discussion, my respect for this manner stopped at that line. For you to say that the Jews created G-d is like saying that man IS greater than G-d. G-d has deemed that we go through misery, woe and affliction so we become stronger servents for him. He's not going to know which ones of us are totally dedicated to him if we break down because of a little hard times to greater issues. In the military, a great solider is determined by his loyalty to the troops. Will he run away at the first sign of danger or will he stay with his squad to help fight and possibly die? That's how promotions and demotions are determind. God's name is spelled with the Hebrew letters of Yod Hey Vav Hey. When G-d created the universe, he took the first letter in his name and stretched it out...and thus things began. I've always respected the Jews while I was a Catholic because of their long sufferings and repentance. That's why I eventually became one. ~Jael
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• United States
20 Feb 07
Thank You for your reply, I wish I had more time to really sink my teeth into the wisdom that is here, and pull out some of the obvious things that I'd like to discuss. Yes, I understand the linguitic problems of our english language, although the suffering of the Jews does need further comment right along with the information that offended you stating that the Jewish people made a G-d in there image. I think they did, and they took their eyes off of the real GOD of ALL... I'd love to talk more on the subject, I have a few things on my mind right now, one is my next post about penal colonies and a need to check my e-mails and prepare for work tomorrow. It is nice to meet you and sorry if that line offended, I'd like to explore this some more; from the perspective that I can't show any emotion about being hurt by the system of corruption that exists but I can't cry, I can't run and I do feel for the innocent lives lost in any war especially a war built upon lies.
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• United States
7 Mar 07
A really good soldier creates an environment for peace to grow and flourish because the first duty of the military is to provide an avenue for diplomacy. You can choose if you want peace or annihilation. Or should I say our current leaders are choosing which path we will follow. For me I choose the path of peace, for many other people they prefer this other path called war. As for the beginning of the Universe, I think the truth will actually be different than what you postulate. I see the universe as so immense that it has no beginning or end. The word is written in the stars and so that is where we find life in the universe, right here on Earth, we should have more respect for each other. Helping others, and telling the truth.
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@okn0tok (569)
• United States
20 Apr 07
Until the Jews were introduced to G-d and he gave them the commandments, they was very little love and goodness practiced. In fact, Hitler, one of the reasons he hated the Jews because of their goodness they brought to the world. As far as you making a G-d more universal than one religion teaches, there can be no greater G-d than Hasheem. He is all their is, nothing can exist without him, his existence does not rely on us at all. Jews believe he is universal, he does not have a bodily form, he is all. Thats pretty darn universal and BIG. :)
@Thomas73 (1467)
• Switzerland
18 Feb 07
I must be tired, but I fail to see your point. The fact that spoken Hebrew may sound like crying doesn't make the Israelis anymore whiners than the Dutch language makes the Dutch retarded or drunken German-speakers. And which catastrophies and devastations are you referring to? And why the Jews? And why a lesser god (provided there's a any such thing as a 'superior' god)? I'm confused now -- and confusing me isn't an easy thing to do, normally! :S
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• United States
20 Feb 07
Thomas, You'll have to wait another day for clarification, if you're still confused. Maybe the other posts will add a little light to your thoughts. I agree with what you have written, the real lesser god is the devil or satan, the part of the myth of hell just another part of the lie in Abrahamic religions. I believe in a Great GOD, A GREAT SPIRIT!! Something bigger and more pure and holy than the god taught in any one religion. I hope that helps for now... I'll delve deeper when I'm feeling a little more rested.
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• United States
7 Mar 07
Three weeks later and I come back to try to follow your thoughts and mine. I don't think what I was saying about the Hebrew language was that it sounds like crying, it is when interviewed listening to Jewish people speaking they often sound like they are struggling to speak and somehow totally engrossed in emotion sounding broken and hurt. Almost as though they are overthinking along with creating a very difficult situation for a person to follow their conversation; whereas a person might be able to state something for fact and it isn't actually true. I also understand how speach patterns when testifying to particular questions create this difficult to answer condition where time is required to get the whole thought out. The difference between the two situations are that the Jewish people tend to sound overly emotional while the person trying to tell or testify might feel extreme pressure due to excessive stress employed in causing harm to an individual. I believe it is in the inflection of how people speak and soemtimes involves the pressure of the situation, many times the mind starts racing and things start coming out of order and a need to calm a person down, this is part of human nature and it takes a caring person to dig beyond those pressures. Caring does lead to sharing, but I do find Jewish testimony many times often hard to follow. Especially when a point blank and difficult question is asked. Have you ever noticed that?
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• United States
18 Feb 07
with all that the jews have endured in the history of this world id say they had good reason to cry!
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• United States
20 Feb 07
They have suffered and they are causing suffering. What do you know about penal systems and colonies?
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