When we're bickering over such a small matter that has been blown out of proportion, I'd like to think God is gargling salt water to ease His bitten tongue, every time we argue about His name.
Don't you think we should give Him a rest?
Every part of me is just dying to join the flame war. I want to, so badly.
But that's the whole point of a political diversion.
When you try to fix something that isn't broken, you tend to screw up and actually break it in the end. And you bring more trouble to yourself fixing the mess you made.
We weren't broken. We were just fine. We were even bestfriends, lovers and families.
It's their fault they screwed up in the first place.
And now they attempt to fix their mess.
By breaking us apart.
Pitting us against each other.
Making us flame each other on the internet, and eventually, literally setting an opponent's house of holy worship on fire.
So now we're broken. We can't even look at each other eye to eye, without thinking, how this party is going to destroy their generation's beliefs, and the other, thinking, how robbed of their constitutional rights they feel.
So are they happy now? Perhaps. At least they have something to fix, to compensate for their past screw ups.
Mission accomplished. But alas, there will be those patched up scars. And it's not a pretty sight.
So whose fault was that? Both you and I. For not ignoring the diversion.
So let's just leave God/Allah alone, aight? We can't judge each other based on man-made law or man-induced fear, to label each other right or wrong. Only He can do it, for duh, He IS God. Atheists, I don't know 'bout you guys...
And for those who bombed the churches and those who condone the act, and especially those who started all this mess in the beginning, well, God is fair.
Both yours and mine.