SINS - Spiritually Incorrect News Service
Most of your sins are
not sins at all. A few perhaps are mistakes, but not sins.
In my way of life, the word "sin" does not exist.
You will be surprised to know that the original root from
where the word "sin" comes, means forgetfulness.
That's great, that's what it should mean. You were not
aware, you forgot, you committed a mistake.
The idea of sin is
invented by the priests to suppress you, subjugate you,
humiliate you, destroy your dignity. But forgetfulness is
understandable. You can do something without being aware of
what you are doing; later on you become alert that you have
done something wrong. Then the best way is not to go to the
priest, but to go to the person to whom you have done the
wrong. What business has the priest in it? And what business
has God in it? The person whom you have harmed in any way --
you should go to him, to ask his forgiveness. That will be
beautiful, and that will bring people together.
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