On 9/11, it boggles my mind that anyone would even consider dying for or killing for something that is only a figment of our imaginations, like Islam or Christianity, or America or Iran.
Of course no one does. We die for and kill for one thing only—to take the power of God for ourselves, and we use excuses like religion and nation. That is why the First Commandment is first.
Tom T. Hall sums up all the Commandments, all the religions, all the constitutions so completely when he says, “There ain’t but three things that’s worth a solitary dime. That’s old dogs and children and watermelon wine.”
John Robert McFarland