How can any one believe that there is only one path to a universal being?

How can any one believe that there is only one path to a universal being? Topic: How to write a response paper on a book
May 23, 2019 / By Melvin
Question: same question http://answers.yahoo.com/question/askAdditional;_ylt=AoDz6HNXbA6WR3ERQqAo..MAAAAA;_ylv=3 please click that and answer i hate to repost but there were some good responses that i was able to respond to and i would like to see if anyone has anything else to add before it get buried thanks everybody has a book that says they are right and it is always HIS word it is on paper it was written by a person more then likely with a political agenda who decided what was important who decided that oh we can take that out and you do know that they earliest text that we can find to be scripture were actually written at least 100 years after christ as far as christianity goes anyway
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Jon Jon | 8 days ago
How can any one believe that there is only one path to a universal being? ~~~ I'm having a hard time getting what you mean. If there is a Universal/Omni- 'Being', then there is no one/no where 'else' from which to 'come' on a 'path'! If 'God' is all Existence, ever, (which is the definition of Omni-, "One"!, then upon what 'path', from where would we (anyone) be coming? The Universe is all there is, there is no 'beyond' from where to come on your 'path'. Get it? If the Universal Being is 'It', then We Are All 'It'! We are all a Unity of One Omni- 'Self!'! 'Path to'? We are already Here! Now! It is just a matter of Paying Attention! Some seem the little fishes, swimming madly all over searching for proof of water!
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Jon Originally Answered: Universal Healthcare?
Tough subject. I am adamantly opposed to any form of socialized medicine. I constantly refer to the disaster systems in countries like Canada, where after a certain age (i.e. 65) they pretty much just let you die (i.e. you are too much of a liability). This especially applies when you need a common but drastic or expensive procedure (e.g. Bypass Surgery). You're pretty much weighed for worth and disposed of. With private healthcare you have more choice, and discretion about whether or not you will be healthy and live longer. If it is a cost to you to stay alive because of unhealthy lifestyle choices, you are more likely to avoid those choices. Or, if you don't really care to have a long life you can indulge yourself. If you have any form of government medicine, the incentive to take care of yourself drastically decreases. I mean, you're taken care of no matter what, and no matter how much you pay into the system. Why be healthy? Right? Then there is the circumstance of the people who do live healthy lives but still have serious medical conditions. What about those good people? I have experienced this situation many times in my life, and realized that those people who have lived such a life usually have also built a strong network of people who support them. The charity of their network provides much of their healthcare costs. I have seen many successful recovers due to charity and caring. Unfortunately, we ask the government to do too much for us. Our society loses the basic foundations that holds it together because we stop being responsible for each other, and ask the government to do it for us. This has always proven to be a disaster (e.g. AMTRAK, Freddie Mac, Sallie Mae, USPS, etc.). Notice that private competitors always are more responsible to the customer. Why? Because that what they depend on for existence. Government should not be in the business of running business. Universal healthcare only opens the gate for government involvement in healthcare. I mean Hillary Clinton (one of the strongest proponents of socialized medicine) supports it. She knows what it mean: Universal Healthcare = Socialized Healthcare = More Government Power/Control = Perpetuation of her career. Be careful when looking at Universal Healthcare as something separate from socialized medicine. The two are not very different, and one of them leads directly to another.
Jon Originally Answered: Universal Healthcare?
hmmm..I think the plan is to stop big insurance companies and CEOs from raping the American people. With lower premiums more people will be able to afford insurance...and those that have insurance will NOT be paying for the uninsured. For those who cannot afford insurance...the govt will provide assistance....just like it does now, only at a cheaper rate! This is LONG overdue....the Bush administration has allowed insurance companies to rape the American people at record high rates. Health care costs have ballooned 76 percent. I want to know why Michelle Obama received a 200 thousand dollar a year raise from a non-profit hospital in Chicago after Barack was elected to the US Senate. Her salary ballooned to 342 thousand a year....who is paying the bill? This is just more waste, fraud and abuse! So, don't expect much from Obama....Obama is for Obama only!

Haggai Haggai
If He Himself told you there was only one way, how could anybody believe He was wrong? " Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." John 14:6 Jesus alone brought the true revelation of God, and no one comes to God except through Him. Don't let your arrogance lead you on the broad path to destruction. This is not the way to please God. Let me say your understanding of the Bible is very limited. The Bible is a collection of writings from about 40 authors, writtne over a course of about 1500 years, and is consistent throughout. The earlier writers predicted many events hundreds of years before they occurred: http://www.reasons.org/articles/articles/fulfilled-prophecy-evidence-for-the-reliability-of-the-bible
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Haggai Originally Answered: Is universal healthcare necessary?
Universal healthcare care is not necessary. Healthcare is not necessary, but that is the direction in which we are going anyway. Life goes on, except when it doesn't. Welcome to the Middle Ages. ∠°)
Haggai Originally Answered: Is universal healthcare necessary?
Yes it is necessary. Many bankruptcies are the result of exorbitant health care costs even as those people had health insurance at the time. The insurance industry and the health care industry are little more than scams under the current system.

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