My sweet lord: song of Universalism
Here is a YouTube video of the late George Harrison performing the song “My sweet lord” live.
It’s George Harrison’s most famous solo song, and it’s propaganda for the religion of Universalism. As Gandhi, one of the most famous Universalists, once said:
I believe in the fundamental Truth of all great religions of the world. And I believe that if only we could, all of us, read the scriptures of the different Faiths from the stand-point of the followers of those faiths, we should find that they were at the bottom, all one and were all helpful to one another.
The point of “My sweet lord” is that Hinduism and Christianity are too facets of the same universal Truth, and either religion is a valid route to have a personal relationship with God.
If this sounds very nice to you, it’s because Universalism is the religion believed in by the elites—that is if they are not atheists or Gaiaists—and their beliefs have been spread to you via the mainstream media, which includes the radio stations that have played and continue to play this George Harrison song. Which I agree is a pretty nice song.