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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on mankind future

 The future of mankind seems to be a religious one, and religion can be a way for the modern man or the man of the future to save himself, if it used appropriately and wrongfully as it was done by now.
Religion must no and is not allowed to become a dictatorship of a divinity behind which interests alien to the scared self of the Man are hidden. Religion must be the mirror of the sacred self in which it can see its true splendour.
Through religion we have to understand the way through which the human being finds its true freedom when it is referenced to the society to which he belongs. This path will lead the man to re-find himself in his own religion and not religion to re-find itself in man by force, by humiliating him and deeming him as null in front of the divinity.

Sorin Cerin

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on mankind future

 The saints thus receive qualities that are forbidden to man, and these qualities are owed precisely to the fact that man is capable of loving and the ultimate form of love is the Holiness.
What is the Destiny if not an Image of the Print of our Creating Factor, which is love?
Through love, man comes closer and closer to the image of the Destiny, which thus turns into Holiness for Man.
The Holiness becomes the most plausible and closest image of the Destiny and Holiness is, incredibly, the one to whom it is asked to intervene on Destiny.
Who else is asked to intervene on Destiny if not Destiny that thus receives the meaning of Holiness through man's Love, being the Image of love reflected in the Infinite Mirror of Knowledge?
Who is the man?
Is he not a piece of this image of Love which is the Destiny?
So the man is Love or image of Love?
The man is Love because the image of Love is man's Destiny.
Is there a difference between the man and his Destiny?
There is no such difference.
Then the man is both Love and Image of this Love in this world.

Sorin Cerin

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A Quote by Sorin Cerin on mankind future

Only this way the human life will escape its own burden, its own image, its own Destiny, the vanity, the deceit and the absurd, the strange coldness of this world, finally choosing the complete peace of the Nirvana it was looking throughout its historical evolution, a strange and absurd Nirvana itself in reference to the increasingly humble and insignificant being compared to it, to the stranger that replaces more often self and more inhumanly, that mocks her creating it a society increasingly petty and absurd.
Is suicide the saving solution of the mankind?
Is it not any other way through which man would chase away the alien within him, the absurd and the anxiety so that he can find his Sacred Self that was stolen so many millennia ago?
What other way could there be except suicide?

Sorin Cerin

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