When the Dali Llama ruled Tibet he believed everyone would have to convert to Buddhism for the world to find Peace. Once he was forced out of his Buddhist bubble he realized it didn't matter what religion people were, what was important was how we treat each other (the "Golden Rule"). Christ said that of all God's commandments, the one that connects them all is "to love your neighbor as yourself." While the Koran is brutal when it talks about Social Laws (as is the old testament), it shares the idea of non-revenge, (to paraphrase) - rid your enemy of your country, but do not follow him home - The bible talks much about not taking revenge, to let God judge (leave room for God's wrath as it says). The Tao Teh Ching states that the Tao that can be named is not the eternal Tao. That the sage does his job right when no one knows he's done anything at all. And that "there will be peace when the kings know the Tao." Could the one true religion be "Don't get caught up with the religion, but treat each other with dignity and respect, take care of the poor, seek not revenge, love one another as you do yourself." Ironically, it is true whether you believe it or not. You want to know how someone treats themselves? See how the treat others. "If someone says they are in the light and hates their brother, then they are still in darkness." My question, if you are right about how Religions are wrong, why do you continue to immitate them?