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:
2019 millions of the younger generation took to the streets to shout
about climate change that we as adults have screw up the planet by
making it warmer and their future is in doubt. Not really and yes we
did as did their grandparents and great grandparents who also slave
away to give their children a better life then they had growing up.
I was born during
WW2 when everything was ration. I do mean everything from how you
got to work, to what you could buy to eat and what type of clothes
you could wear. I was born into the time when summers were the time
we children could get Polio. In 1942 it was estimate that 500,000
children worldwide got Polio. Then those other childhood diseases
also took it told. The trend continue into the 1950's when a vaccine
was developed and by 1962 Polio cease to exist in the US.
People are still
alive to remember those children who got sick from various diseases
that they went to school with, went home and never returned to
class. Yet that slowly stopped when new vaccines were introduces
that prevented outbreaks. Today's children do not have a clue what
it was like when us old folks were young.
Breathing the air
was hadazard to your health. Every commercial building, home and
apartment building burn coal or wood to heat their buildings. The
only time the air quality went up was in the hottest months of the
year, but most still burn coal to have hot water for washing dishes
or for the bath tub. In many apartment buildings there was only one
toilet and bathtub on each floor as well as a common kitchen.
hard, cold in the winter and we sweated in the summer. If you let
the windows open and which way the wind was blowing could mean that
snoot blew into that room, from the neighbors smoke stack.
Living in a
apartment building was in itself dangerous since many parents smoked
(not mine) and there was always a change that they would fall asleep
while smoking. The other time it could be dangerous was when a
neighbor decided that to have lighted candles on a Christmas tree.
with governments loans may of those that return to civilian life
built homes out in the suburbs and instead of burning coal you had
the choice of bottle gas or fuel oil for heating, cooking and having
hot water for bathing once a week. Getting commercial transportation
was when you walk two miles to a bus that was running only in the
morning and at night for those who comminute to work.
For me it was a
bus to get to school. A brand new school for the kids in a 5 mile
radius. Yes I did live out in the sticks. The first time I saw a
skunk I tried to pet it. Lesson learn. If you remember those victory
gardens that families had (WW2) well in the neighborhood we moved
into a dozen of land plots had them with there little houses on
them. My parents also put in a garden and I learn at a very
young age to process that fresh food from planting to canning said
For After Life we
had a small hand crank printing press. The small one that used lead
type, black ink. and my muscle.
I fondly tried to
forget those young years when life beside being hard was not
worthy of remembering.
The struggle to make or keep from going under
has always been on my parents mind. To keep food on the table, roof
over our heads, to find a mean full employment that gives among
other things health insurance. Which meant that working in
conditions that only a very large company could offer.
After high school or to some college you went
looking for the companies that could offer great benefits. Enough
payment for your labor to raise a family and to give them all those
comforts that your parents could not afford.
We grew up with the knowledge that Russia could
at any time lunch warheads into the US either from mainland USSR or
from one of their colonies in the Caribbean. Turning the US into a
mushroom cloud. We lived past the hippy movement, bell bottom pants,
and the AIDS out break.
Every passing year life got a little better
just a little easier to live with. My life got a lot better when
Apple 2e computer came out. Then with WordStar as a word processor
and a printer from an used IBM machine made my life a lot easier.
One of the things that did happen was that my
life as a American
man I will have a life expectancy of 76.4 years. Where the age
of men dying when I was born was mid 40's if war did not do them in
That is one of factor that those children who
are out of class shout that we have screw up the world is because so
many of us have not died out. Breast cancer used to kill a lot of
women in their early forties, as well as prostate cancer in men.
Those numbers have and are still going down compare of what it was a
few decades ago. Medicine has made dying off an effort at old age
They are right about the damage we have done so
that their lives can live in comfort. Having to grow up with a
computer in your bedroom, a cell phone to talk with friends around
the world, and Facebook to show your friends that on that 20th
day you were out there shouting against grandparents who gave up so
much for your screaming.
One thing we do know about our future is that
all of those children today will get married and then 18 years later
their children will call them out for the screw up they cause.