Who, for example, opinion, religion or religions are basically dangerous, could also come up with the idea that colors are also dangerous. For just as in religions, there are all sorts of shades in the colors, different and similar, and the whole thing yet in all possible nuances and shades. Even in religions there are … Continue reading Colors are dangerous?
Excuse me this absurd appearing question, because my mind is not inserted in this issue. But it is the opinion of a Facebook contact, with which I circulated from time to time together again at random and such crude theses. I had replied to this question, among others, as follows: Each person is affected by … Continue reading Does religion corrupt young people?
In a forum that revolves around philosophy and politics, this question has been asked before. In me a little stomach turned, because these kinds of questions I find something flat. I assume that basically almost everyone and probably every person has a religious vein that is inherent in him. If someone disagrees, you could discuss … Continue reading Should religion be a school subject?
As we speak, already the time flees. Therefore, seize the day! This wisdom today are still relevant, but come in this form by the Roman poet Horace in the first century BC. The only question how you have to use his time wisely and properly will? So many people you ask, so many answers will … Continue reading Dum loquimur, tempus iam fugit. Itaque carpe diem!
Who was in ancient times Romans had good cards. He stood for all sorts of rights, some of which others could only dream of. Rome, which was a promise. Who was in Rome, was in the capital of culture, the center of power. In the conquered by the Romans provinces had certainly only a distant … Continue reading Rome, this was a promise
Translated automatically from German to English bei google translator. As a Christian basically yes. For it is geared to what said and did and lived Jesus Christus. On one hand, it is reported that he accepted people, especially those who were not particularly recognized in society, publicans, the sick, the poor and so on. Secondly, … Continue reading Should we change the world?