Thursday, April 7, 2016


                    Were there but one religion, fit for all, 

                    What would it teach that we most need to know?
                    Not that our first forebears sustained a fall
                    From grace, consigning all our race to woe.

                    A guilt trip is no way to win our hearts
                    When it’s compassion we most need to learn;
                    Extol what’s beautiful, not glare at warts,
                    Showing that love is our foremost concern,

                        And keep the teaching short and filled with joy:
                        There is no better method to employ.