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Election 2015

Passionately Moderate MLC Candidate, Ramsay Nuthall gives a voice to people of every faith and none to stand against the forces of fear based hatred; bigotry and hysteria that threaten to tear our nation apart in this age of competing extremes...

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If Religion is the problem, What is the solution?

“(Religion) has two faces: one the face of truth, the other the face deception” - Arthur Schopenhauser “There are some forms of religion that are bad, just as there’s bad cooking or bad art or bad sex, you have bad religion too!" - Karen Armstrong

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Moderates ChallengeListen to Mother

“Australia is the most successful multi-cultural society on earth” - Malcolm Turnbull With both passion and moderation, this will still be true in 100 years

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The Aboriginal Gift to our Nation.

Our Aboriginal people have lived in biological and spiritual unity with this great land of ours since time immemorial. Deep in the indigenous soul is a gift for us all: a gift that can help us be reconciled to each other and live in peace.

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How proud can we be of this delightful young Australian?


                                         


 

In his book 'People Like Us' he writes:
 

 

“No two civilisations have spoken so many words to and about each other in recent years as those of Islam and the West. And no two seem to have communicated less".


Waleed is a glowing example of a person who is so …
 

“… firmly rooted in his own spiritual tradition that he can stand firm to grow in peace with, and gift his insights to, those from another.”

 
It is saddening that young people from the Christian spiritual tradition have been ‘hooked’ by either religious fundamentalists on the one hand, or those who scoff at faith in reaction to them.

The appallingly superficial “Imaginary friend in the sky” set.
 
We hope that people like Waleed Aly can gift those of us from the western spiritual tradition with the desire to once again honour (not uncritically) the ‘womb’ of our own civilisation.



There is a lot of humanity in this young man, and I feel that I could trust him to value my exploration for truth as being equal to  his own.