Dr. Jose Luis De Jesus Miranda
Selling religion once again proves a viable business opportunity for the willing capitalist. In this case, it’s a recovering heroin addict. Once clean, he probably drew up a business plan centered on selling a product with the addictive feature heroin yet legal the world over. This line jumped out at me:
A group of Christians protested the event, calling the following a cult.
Do they appreciate the irony? I’m the first one to admit I’m highly conflicted on my religious beliefs. But believer or non-believer, I’m convinced one’s faith is meant to be a private affair between the individual and his higher power. While some argue a world without religion would beget a more peaceful world, I’m convinced a religious/faithful world can be a peaceful world if everyone would keep their private affairs just that, private. And one’s religion/faith qualifies as a most intimate, private matter.