sam

Edmonton, Canada

#1 Aug 16, 2007
the only way to curing depression is submitting to the will of your Creator and understanding his message Islam

i encourage you to give this a try. something you would never think of because of the media war on Islam

i encourage you to find a mosque and visit it. ask questions and interact with the greatest concept of brotherhood known to humanity. you will become a brother to people from all over the world. listen to stories of astonishing conversions in the time when Islam is viewed as evil. you will see that many people converted because they had the same depression you have. the felt the loss of identitiy, the loss of will to live, an inner spiritual struggle. you dismiss this as "medical depression". but talk to those converts. you will see that you have been spiritually deprived by today's materialistic world where people treat each other as objects.

do not dismiss this message just because "Islam is terrorism". you have a brain and intelligence. go do your own research by interacting with the source. you have tried all possible ways to fight depression. then why not try this spiritual path that is being fought by today's materialistic world.
sam

Edmonton, Canada

#2 Aug 16, 2007
if you dont believe me then read about AI (artifical intelligence). it sounds weird or strange.

but listen, AI is basically a human way of immitating God. they create a robot or machine that immitates a human life. what is so significant here is that the philosophy AI follows has been researched by great minds who followed pure scientific methods away from the bias of religion and indoctrination. most of them if not all are atheists.

but the beauty of this that the philosophy they apply to their creation (robots) is identical to the philosophy muslims follow. isnt it amazing how those scientists used pure science and intellect to arrive at a philosophy already revealed to humanity 1400 years ago.

this is amazing because AI (science) and Islam (rational faith) agree on the greatest question that has bothered humanity since ever; "what are we here? what is our purpose?". this question is the very reason of depression because the person does not have the correct outlook on life.

so please do yourself a favor and approach islam from a rational way. islam is about rational belief and not blind faith and terrorism like it is portrayed by media. since when do we judge an ideology by false people who claim to be following it properly.

do youself a favor an get a copy of the Quran and read it. you will see that it is a dialogue between you and God. God always asking you in the Quran to rationalize and reflect. it is a very intellectual piece of literature that stimulates the mind to understand life and its purpose.
sam

Edmonton, Canada

#3 Aug 16, 2007
you guys are really depressed. can i at least get a hate reply because i am talking about islam. or are you guys just great and can see through prejudice and propaganda
Plug

Ireland

#4 Aug 21, 2007
sam wrote:
you guys are really depressed. can i at least get a hate reply because i am talking about islam. or are you guys just great and can see through prejudice and propaganda
Dear Sam,
I appreciate your religious message. I think that religious belief and subsequent spiritual values are infinitely more important and effective than any psychiatrist or anti-depressant drug.

The "cult" of psychiatry laid down plans after World War II to eradicate religious belief. The strategy was to eradicate firstly the notion of right and wrong and then to debunk religious belief.
The tactics were to use the education system, the political system and the media to wipe out all forms of religious belief and usurp this belief with psychiatric and psychology theories of "man-is-mud". This accounts for the serious decline in religious belief and the world-wide media campaign to get rid of religion.
The first targets were the so-called "cults" or New Religious Movements. ie Hare Krishna, Scientology, The Unification Church etc. This gave shock value in the media that religious belief can lead to mass hysteria. They then targetted the Catholic Church with wide spread coverage of sex scandals and now they attack Islam.
One must recognise that this is all part of a rather large strategy to take over the humanities by the psychiatric profession.
Religion and religious belief is much more closer to the truth of man and his spiritual heritage.
The "brain" boys are only a recent movement who will inevitably implode in the materialistic cesspool that they themselves created.
sam

Edmonton, Canada

#5 Aug 22, 2007
Plug wrote:
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Dear Sam,
I appreciate your religious message. I think that religious belief and subsequent spiritual values are infinitely more important and effective than any psychiatrist or anti-depressant drug.
The "cult" of psychiatry laid down plans after World War II to eradicate religious belief. The strategy was to eradicate firstly the notion of right and wrong and then to debunk religious belief.
The tactics were to use the education system, the political system and the media to wipe out all forms of religious belief and usurp this belief with psychiatric and psychology theories of "man-is-mud". This accounts for the serious decline in religious belief and the world-wide media campaign to get rid of religion.
The first targets were the so-called "cults" or New Religious Movements. ie Hare Krishna, Scientology, The Unification Church etc. This gave shock value in the media that religious belief can lead to mass hysteria. They then targetted the Catholic Church with wide spread coverage of sex scandals and now they attack Islam.
One must recognise that this is all part of a rather large strategy to take over the humanities by the psychiatric profession.
Religion and religious belief is much more closer to the truth of man and his spiritual heritage.
The "brain" boys are only a recent movement who will inevitably implode in the materialistic cesspool that they themselves created.
thank you for the reply. i would not be surprised if the world is moving towards atheism. it started by breaking away from control of church 500 years ago. but this has created a wide gap in our lives. it deprived many people of spirituality.

they are willing to acknowledge the exitence of atoms without seeing them, but fail to acknowledge God without seeing him. the problem with today's world is indulging too much in materialims and approaching religion the wrong way. they fail to understand that debating the existence of God is like debating the existence of atoms. faith can be rational if followed and preached correctly.
Philip

Poland

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