I saw an ad last night on TV that advocated wholesome old-fashioned values such as passing on your skills to younger generations. The long commercial was by an organization called the Foundation for A Better Life. This site, and its' sister site The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation is really offering a message I can get behind, but I can't help being a little suspicious. I've been lulled into warm cozy feelings by other ad campaigns, only to realize it was some churchy thing in the end. However, this appears to be non-religious in nature. What do you think?
I have nothing against churches or religion. I just don't like deceptive, underhanded, sneaky proselytization. Or any proselytization, come to think of it. I respect utterly your right to practice your religion, whatever it is, as long as you don't harm others in its practice. But don't assume some moral superiority because you know that yours is The One True Religion and take it upon yourself to save us all. We're fine. God will take care of all His children, and I do mean all.