EYERANIAN: Chosen people

05/20/2008 - 07:23

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Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez


by Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on

Yes, we are all part of the same race "Human race". We are all beloved to God.

Solh va Doosti



Thank You!

by eyeranian on

Your comments are most encouraging. Thanks!



Hit the nail right on the

by ardakan (not verified) on

Hit the nail right on the head, Bravo!!


Love this one!

by Aref-Adib on

The best so far.



by Zion on

Thanks. You are too considerate. :-)


In the eyes of God, all human beings are the chosen people

by hanna (not verified) on

If we believe in the oneness of God, the God who created the heavens and the earth, the God who created all of mankind; I hardly believe this just God would ever differentiate between his creations. He chose mankind as his vice sergants on earth and they will be judged by what they do; their actions and their deeds!

A long way of saying I love how Eyeranian depicted this!! Great work.



I could have given you far worst quotations...

by Nader on

However, it is not my intention to put down jews or the Judaism.

My aim is at "ZIONISM!"

So you see my friend, I am honest with myself.


I`m suer you do.

by Zion on

There was yet another guy, alas not a rabbi, who said the Jews were the the source of all misery and blood between all nations. I` malso sure tha you like what he said even more (if you are honest with us and with yourself.)


And another Rabbi said:

by Nader on

The idea that God chose the Jewish people leads to racist beliefs among Jews, and thus must be excised from Jewish theology.


I like this one better than the one posted by Zionist. I mean Zion:-)



All are chosen

by Zion on

Although you might be thinking you are criticizing Judaism, in fact you are only asserting a Jewish belief:

Rabbi Lord Immanuel Jakobovits, former Chief Rabbi of the United Synagogue of Great Britain (Modern Orthodox Judaism), describes chosenness in this way:

Yes, I do believe that the chosen people concept as affirmed by Judaism in its holy writ, its prayers, and its millennial tradition. In fact, I believe that every people - and indeed, in a more limited way, every individual - is "chosen" or destined for some distinct purpose in advancing the designs of Providence. Only, some fulfill their mission and others do not. Maybe the Greeks were chosen for their unique contributions to art and philosophy, the Romans for their pioneering services in law and government, the British for bringing parliamentary rule into the world, and the Americans for piloting democracy in a pluralistic society. The Jews were chosen by God to be 'peculiar unto Me' as the pioneers of religion and morality; that was and is their national purpose.


Good work eye!

by Nader on

I also like this one a lot!


Luv the chosens!!

by zsk (not verified) on

Luv the chosens!!


Smart indeed

by Majid on

And a great vision



by Mehdi on

And smart.



by farrad02 on

One of your best yet!



by IRANdokht on

what a great way of looking at the world

yes! I hope it does become reality in everyone's mind. We're all special, none more than others, and the earth is our sacred place that we need to start treating with respect.

Thank you!