Editor:

"Trump is not the problem," as a letter from Robert Anderson in the Sept. 13 Star-Tribune stated, is absolutely correct from his pointed view. President Trump, however, has been a significant contributing factor to the rise of ultra-right hate groups as indicated by Oleta Thomas' earlier letter, which Anderson's letter attended to contradict.

It is through addressing one's spirituality, that the recognition of one's limited linear conscious mind comes through as inadequate to conceive of the quantum [innumerable contributing factors] universe.

As such, I do not believe anything that anyone says, all-the-while taking statements from others into consideration or regard for further possibilities. Always listen! It's the politics of the ego's linear functioning mindedness which generates conflict among human endeavors, among so many innumerable further qualities, promoted by belief.

If one must be political, keep it to one's personal issues, otherwise attend to spirituality, which honors all that is through love, making conflict null and void, a task of the heart, which operates as a consequence of the sensory mind, in the present.

The spiritual mind presents a community aptitude of one for all and all for one, no prejudice involved to produce conflict. The spirit operates for the people [anyone] as love, the ego operates against the people [anyone] as fear, inclusive. Which suit did Jesus wear? Which suit does president Trump wear, in a nation scarce of non-self-servicing Christians?

DAVE FINK, Casper

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