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A former member
Post #: 390
Beware of those who would make a heaven of earth.
Jairo M.
JamyangPawo
Winter Park, FL
Post #: 1,484
Hmmm . . . Could be. But what about the Kingdom of God being at hand, then (with Jesus) and now? Or is the Kingdom of God like an enlightened state of being?

Or are we to beware of political leaders and movements that sound too good to be true?
Jairo M.
JamyangPawo
Winter Park, FL
Post #: 1,485
Maybe it's too late. Shouldn't we have been wary of the likes of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs? The Pirates of Silicon Valley? Signs we should have been wary: The Apple I was priced at $666.66, the mark of the beast.
Read about how Aston Kutcher prepared for the movie about Steve Jobs:
http://www.quora.com/...­
"I heard him repeat his story about a computer being a tool for the mind and that we should all be bold enough to create the world we live in."




In 1977, referring to computers used in home automation at the dawn of the home computer era, Digital Equipment Corporation CEO Ken Olsen is quoted as saying "There is no reason for any individual to have a computer in his home"
Now look what we've done. We got a computer in our pocket to make calls, check emails, and even submit posts to this meetup group.

That's heaven on earth. Or hell on earth. depends on the way you look at it.
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