A Letter From
A Christian To Maitreya
(names have been changed to protect
privacy of the sender and others)
It has been an amazing 6 months. When I
first met Paul, I knew immediately that there was a spiritual
brotherhood that had been there for quite some time. It was like we
had know each other from a "different life" so to speak.
I used to think
that Islam was the religion of the devil.
I was wrong.
I used to think
that Brahmins were Satan-worshipers.
I had never met one until
greasy low-life sum...
then they began to help me.
stupid and ugly...
then two of them moved in with me.
Nirvana to me was
until I experienced it.
All of my Christian 'friends' said that
Jesus was the Way, the Truth, and the Life and that no one could
reach the Father but by him... but no one of them would buddy-up
with an Indian, Mexican, Pakistani, Japanese, Korean, nor Paraguayan
(regardless of religion) in order to share with them this Ultimate
Today, I say that God's Eternal Divine Path
is the explanation not only of the Ultimate Truth that Esa lived,
but of the very nature of all humanity. I've met students and
other people from between 75-100 nations of the world and they are
all looking for the Same Thing.
Recently I've decided to become a Muslim.
To be honest, I did it for one main reason: to fulfill my destiny. I
knew that if I remained occluded like the rest of my Christian
friends and 'authorities' (who knew sooo much about religions of the
world; yet did not know that Isa was the Messiah according to the
Qur'an) I would never be happy.
With the Eternal Divine Path, I was
instantly stained. I know that demons are tricky; but Paul is
completely sober and his dad - the police chief- would know if he
was demonized. Nevertheless, we have been accused of listening to
the doctrine of demons. The way that I see the matter is that if we
are, then that's not your fault, Maitreya; that's my fault.
Your teachings explain the questions that I
was afraid to ask for fear that I might lose faith or that
Christianity would be proved as 'just another religion' among the
thousands of the world. In fact, when I was 16, I decided to burn
all of the 'bad' books that I owned - like the Book of Mormon, a
Jehovah's Witness book, and one on Siddhartha. I was afraid of the
results of reading such things. My pastor said that anyone, who
believed in ANYONE else would be condemned to hell.
Then Paul showed me that Christ would come
back; so my mind was opened once again to al-Rehmani-r-Raheem.