Dr. Michael Laitman of Bnei Baruch Kaballah group in Petach Tikva, Israel.

Dr. Michael Laitman on Europe’s Migrant Crisis and Disunity Among Religions (Video)

I see the value in Laitman’s statements about the need for higher education concerning the wisdom of Kabbalah. However, I seriously criticize his stance that there is nothing we can do to stop the uncomfortable, irritating reality of living in a newly emerged society where diverse factions share opposing cultural norms and ideologies.

This is of course regarding Muslims and Christians living in the same local, and sharing the same government. How can these fundamentally opposing religions live in peace if their members are so devoted to their respective doctrine. One says the other is worshipping the wrong god and will burn in hell. Pretty much, that’s it in a nutshell. I don’t know how more succinct to put it.

Whether Muslims, Christians, Jews, Hindus, or Atheists—all want different laws to one degree or another when dealing with those committed to their path. I do not see a peaceful world where everyone just gives up their convictions by seising to live in segregation from one another.

Speaking of fundamentals, libertarianism seeks to allow people of differing views to part peacefully while respecting each other. As long as one party does not demand adherence by forcing the other to go against their will, there is function in society. In contrast, when one group demands the other to surrender their ideals or values through laws or violent coercion, it is infringement on the individual liberties of the other.

Division and walls are good in that they allow differing cultural values to ‘coexist’ without harming each other. The baseline is respect for the other’s agenda. In other words I may vehemently disagree with your values or way of life, but as long as you do not harm me or the people I care about, go your way. This is innate common sense, but in a world where common sense is an uncommon virtue, petulant children have their way. Natural Law is the final arbiter of justice because Ultimate Truth cannot be created by man.

The video speaks unto itself for any of us who sincerely question. We want answers because we want Truth. Therefore we question.

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