Spreading the Spiritual
Teachings of Mother and Her enlightening words,
for preparing for the After Life.
We are a hard drive
religion. We exist because it is far cheaper for our
members to read on their computer Mothers' Word
then attended a church, temple, or mosques on any given
day. In the old days it was a newsletter that kept our
members in touch. Filing cabinets filled many places.
Storage was always a problem and donation of material
was also a problem.
A hundred years ago Mothers'
Word would have been printed and sent to our members
by post. Even with a copy machine, postage was a problem and
space was a problem. Even with the computer age that save
hours of time putting out Mothers' Word was still
costly to both us and to members.
Only with the event of the
WEB has it been profitable to members both in time and their
wealth have we finally come of age.
Word can been seen world wide just by typing in
our name costing nothing to our members. Membership fees
or tithe are by the most part a thing of the past. We
lack expense we are finally that well sort after cheap
religion. Mothers' Word can be change
daily, weekly, monthly in minutes, actually the whole
WEB page can be change in a few minutes so that personal
messages can be sent to members that live in countries
that have religious restrictions.
Unlike other religious
organizations that need to sell snake oil to stay alive
we need little beyond the cost of the WEB site. It was
decided many years ago that even to have a building to
house the office was a waste of money. While we could
put all of the operation on a hard drive and/or storage
CD disk. By using a removable thumb drive
Mothers' Word can be move from computer to
computer from house to house from city to city.
Our world now moves in the
cyber space in clouds of data of the electronic world. Similar
to our Mother and Her life as an
We are a simple religion, we
do not bow to our Entity we stand upright or pray to
Her instead we ask. We sell nothing and buy even less.
To us Her light is real, Her words are truth,
Her touch is warm, and Her spirit flows within
us. Her words are our map to the After Life.
What we look for in an
member is intelligent more then a jr. college education.
A person that is well skilled in the art of knowledge
with a degree of science in their background maybe
multi-language would help. We are a open religion that
will accept anyone who has an open mind and believes
that we as humans can trace our ancestors back to the
plains of Africa 8 million years ago.
While others go to their
heaven WE go to the After Life. We decide our Forever while we
still have breath on this side of death. We seek to live
in death forever.
To the Elders:
Spring Cleaning is not what is in my favorite
thing to do and I have put it off for many Springs to this point
that I need many garbage bags to clean everything that I must. One
thing that will not happen is to have a garage sale since many of
the objects are closer to be old trash. It is like having 4 small
boxes of paper clips I can not remember the last time I ever clamp
to sheets of paper together. I use a hand stapler even then it seems
that I have found a 100 year supply of them.
It is like rummaging around in the basement,
antic, filing cabinets or worst the garage. Old file boxes of new
letters turning yellow with age, but a favorite meal of something
that loves to eat holes in paper. The city has added to the office
another recycle bin that over flows with old paper. It is not just
paper, but those old office supplies, like ink pens that have since
Our church volunteer has wonder why do we keep
such old stuff and I have said, because one day it might, might be
needed as research. That day has come and since it is no longer
needed it becomes recycle paper.
When it comes to getting rid of the hardware
like computers they have made the junk man very happy. I toss out
1mg ram along with that type of computer that looked as a pile of
rust internally. When it came to software it went before MS Windows
95 up to the current Windows 10 a lots of stuff gotten at religious
trade shows. How many barrels of oil went into those dics.
I still have found old lead type when the
newsletter was physically printed in house, using a hand press. I
grew up setting type instead of being outside playing baseball. Glad
that press was toss out long ago as scrape metal. The lead type,
blocks, and all of it gone.
Very glad that Apple 2 plus computer came out
and having a small HP Thinkjet printer save a lot of work. Having a
way to save those newsletter on a dics should have meant that it
would be a paperless world. That did not turn out to be true. Now
with Apple iPhones the message of Mother could also be downloaded.
Still Her word still needs a live human to type it out.
Again with this spring cleaning I'm finding
things that I should have toss out ages ago. Even donating them to
Good Will or a church thrift shop could be a way to go, but it still
old, rusted junk.
Computers of 2020 run on Windows 10 and many of
them will not recognized older models of printers. Even a generation
ago (past model) will not see them.
Having older OS from MS may not recognized the
current models of desktops.
These days I use a Surface it does just about
anything I want and can save everything I want on a Passport or
Just toss out filing cabinets. That makes a lot
of room in the musty basement. Along with that are the decades of
those IRS 990 forms some have shown their age by turning brown and
crumbling when touch.
Remember when VHS replaced Sony reel to reel
recorder. The large heavy Panasonic VHS recorder replaced with a
thinner, smaller model that could be used to record TV movies off
the air, but with a plug in to be attach to a video camera. Years of
church services on VHS video tape went into the recycle bin. Now it
can be recorded by a cell phone and uploaded to You Tube account
then downloaded to a solid state hard drive. You Tube is a great
place to store images of church services.
On a another note. With the current out break
of a virus you can become more aware of those diseases by reading
from Amazon a book by David L. Heymann.
As usual you might want to
stay away from large crowds.