Who Am I to Be Saved on Judgement Day?

Who am I to be saved on judgement day? What’s so special about the way I worship. Why should I be saved and not my neighbor? Why should his or her heart stop beating and mine allowed to continue? Who’s to say the religion I was raised in, is the only way? I have no religion, other than to love my neighbors as myself. What’s the difference between my neighbor and I? Why should I be saved and not my neighbor, simply because they pray a different way? Should not the heart of every man and woman be taken into consideration and not their race, religion, or sexual orientation? The Divine is love! The Divine is not unkind as some would like to think. However, humans are unkind, kill, and shun what they consider to be improper, sinful, and unlikable. Who’s to say what “Gods work” really is? I say to humanity, let the Divine do the work deemed necessary, and together let’s focus more on loving our fellow humans.

Inanna Roxanna Arnett

Revised.

Written not too long before I left the organization of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Copyright October 14, 2017

Photographbelongs to me, Inanna Roxanna Photography.

Photagraph was taken at the Noble Library at Arizona State University, Tempe Campus.