Everyone seems to know a great deal of nice, complicated-suonding words here. I do not, sorry. I've never understood the idea of citing scripture using alumallabalah words. Is it not more important to talk about what you believe, what you think and what you really feel is important, than to try to impress a great deal of people you just do not know, by sounding like you spend all your days memorizing some religious dictionary? This is by no means meant to offend, this is something I have been wondering about for a long time. Why people do this? What is the importance of this complicated words, other than put those who know the meaning of them "above" those who do not? Making those "in the know" to feel superior? Not that it is only the words I do not understand. It is also the tendecy to cite scriputures. I mean, sure, it is nice to read inspiring books and what some wise person might have said or then just been credited as have said. But really, I can read the Bible, Quran, Wicca, that-book-I-have-about-hinduism-with-a-name-I-never-remember-bara-something and so on. What I'm more interested in is what thought people themselves have, here and now. Not what they have read. Why do people not have the courage to say "I have NOT read this in a book written 2000+ years ago, but I believe that XXXX...."? Why do people not take their eyes away from the books, and look out at the world? Comment of what they think they see, what they think. Not what some guy sometimes might have thought. People are not stupied. Of course, some are. But in general. It just seems that we are all so deep into the idea that all wisdom can be found in what someone else have said.