Date: Mon, 09 Sep 2002 23:44:34 -0700
To: s*****
From: Darwin Bedford <>
Subject: Re: [WEB-20020908.e9811d] Message to Darwin

Dear S*****,

There is harm.  First of all you cannot keep it to yourself -- this is in fact against human nature.  What you believe shows to others in your actions, words, and reactions.  Lying to yourself is just as wrong as lying to others.  You have to live with it inside where it will wreak havoc to your innards and head.  Autosuggestion until you believe something is about as effective as hiding your head under the sheets. It is far better for all of us to participate in reality.

Darwin Bedford

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Date and Time: Sunday, September 8, 2002, 22:11 PST
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  Is there more harm in believing a religion than not, so long as you keep it to yourself?
  I just want your take on this, not trying to bash or anything.