Designative conceptions

A religious man was walking across a bridge one day, and he saw a woman standing on the edge, about to jump. He ran over and said: “Stop. Don’t do it.”

“Why shouldn’t I?” she asked.

“Well, there’s so much to live for!”

“Like what?”

“Are you religious?”

She said, “Yes.”

He said, “Me too. Are you Christian or Buddhist?”

“Christian.”

“Me too. Are you Catholic or Protestant?”

“Protestant.”

“Me too. Are you Episcopalian or Baptist?”

“Baptist.”

“Wow. Me too. Are you Baptist Church of God or Baptist Church of the
Lord?”

“Baptist Church of God.”

“Me too. Are you original Baptist Church of God, or are you Reformed
Baptist Church of God?”

“Reformed Baptist Church of God.”

“Me too. Are you Reformed Baptist Church of God, Reformation of 1879, or
Reformed Baptist Church of God, Reformation of 1915?”

She said: “Reformed Baptist Church of God, Reformation of 1915.”

He said: “Die, heretic scum,” and pushed her off.

Moral of the story: We are neither Christian, nor Hindu, nor Muslim orĀ  any other designative identifier. We are a part and parcel of one Supreme God. Therefore, to fight with one another on the basis of external religious designation is a sign of bodily concept of life.