Sunday, 06 April 2014
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I was just wondering i'm new here, but I've been studying the occult and hermetic's & i was just wondering how can i persuade a Jehovah's witness to believe in the trinity with a good enough argument. Because the Jehovah's witness is one of my good friends but its kinda hard to make them believe in anything that they haven't been taught & its even harder when they barley believe anything a christian believes. Any help on this would be kindly appreciated. :)
8 years ago
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Wouldn't it be better to respect your friend's beliefs, in the same way you would like him to respect yours? That is our approach, anyway. Here in this tradition, we are taught to respect all religions and the beliefs of others, and never to attempt to convince anyone to believe in anything. Instead of seeking to change others, we seek to change ourselves to become more tolerant, loving, patient, kind, etc. In this way, we become better people, and this in turn inspires others not with words, but by our example.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

8 years ago
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#6358
Accepted Answer
Wouldn't it be better to respect your friend's beliefs, in the same way you would like him to respect yours? That is our approach, anyway. Here in this tradition, we are taught to respect all religions and the beliefs of others, and never to attempt to convince anyone to believe in anything. Instead of seeking to change others, we seek to change ourselves to become more tolerant, loving, patient, kind, etc. In this way, we become better people, and this in turn inspires others not with words, but by our example.

"Do not worry; cultivate the habit of being happy." - Samael Aun Weor

8 years ago
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Wouldn't it be better to respect your friend's beliefs, in the same way you would like him to respect yours? That is our approach, anyway. Here in this tradition, we are taught to respect all religions and the beliefs of others, and never to attempt to convince anyone to believe in anything. Instead of seeking to change others, we seek to change ourselves to become more tolerant, loving, patient, kind, etc. In this way, we become better people, and this in turn inspires others not with words, but by our example.


Thank you for your answer, i actually made respect with them months ago, that i will respect what they believe like they do mine and it seems i lost sight of that, its just you know i wanna help them get out of false teachings like i got my self out of. thanks for your input
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