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  1. Today, here in Ottawa, near to where I live, we have another example of distorted beliefs, perhaps religious ideology, leading to bad behaviour with fatal consequences. A soldier, on duty at a National War Memorial, was shot and killed. The murderer then went to the nearby House of Parliament where, after he fired more shots, he was killed by the Sergeant At Arms.

  2. The article is interesting. But is there a universal template for what is “appropriate” to believe and what is not so? I assume you are speaking for those who consider the existing social order’s continuation to be the central goal of existence, or I am being presumptuous?

  3. Everyone of us have got some kind of belief and it does really matter. Our belief is important for us. We live our life according to our belief. Especially social and religious belief have got the most important influence on us. May be you are an atheist but it does not mean you don’t have any belief. Still you have belief in atheism. :)

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