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A Culture of Inclusion

There are a lot of things in the world that can bring about divisions in our society. In this day and age, there are many things that can divide us and we are divided in a variety of ways. All of these divisions are on the ideological or physical traits that cannot be controlled or are fluid in thought. The only things that should matter to us are the intentions of the people and who they are in mind and spirit. This is something that we all should share. This is something that has also been laid out in the divine plan.

The Christs sought to include everyone in their teachings. The religions that stemmed from their teachings appeal to certain groups of people. That is one of the signs of the influence of the people on the teachings of the Christs. The messages of the Christs will mean different things to different people, but the message itself and the worship itself does not change. The idea of unity has been emphasized by the prophets. We should not seek division, but inclusion. The Christs understood that humanity, from the beginning, has divided themselves among the groups. That is something that the Christs tries to this day to get rid of.

The covenant of humanity is united no matter who you are and no matter what circumstance you find yourself in. The covenant states that you should do good, do no wrong, and to always seek the truth. This is the foundation on which all of the commandments and the law is based on. We should not discount the covenant that we are all bound to and it is something that looks beyond the divisions placed on us by society. Epochalists do not care about the divisions. They care about the individual and the things found in the individual that define and unite us all.

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