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Great philosophical answer. My only concern is that believing we R only here 2 worship a God is less than palatable, & most likely untrue. No true perfect being requires adoration, else there would be no perfection. Spirits R here 2 learn & g
Yoga philosophy does not ask you to look for a God. Indeed, It is by service to your fellow brothers and sisters: Mankind, that the heart will widen and become receptive to a Higher Light. Your own Spirit will teach you this, not me.
understood, but i was referencing the common organized religions with my comments and certainly not including Yoga into that factor.
I really liked this response and found that you are describing a personal "religion" which I applaud. Modern day just assumes the notion is organized especially in the west. So many rally against religion.
Beautiful. I have found so much wisdom that has helped me understand Truth and to come closer to it. Scientology, Buddhism, Taoism, Judaism, Kabbalah and now Christianity.
Blessings to you on your continued pursuit of Truth.
Creation Itself glorify's (adores or manifest) it's Source. Again, it is impossible for humans not to adore, whether its Sting or the Beatles or Mandela, Ali or our own kids. We will one day put someone on a pedestal. Such is the Law.
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Rod Martin Jr says
On one level you are right and what you say is necessary for some. On a more profound level, you are accountable like no other. Simply do your part. Serve, serve, serve ... Let the Heart feel and the mind rest.
Eric Dierker says
Glad U find this concept amusing. Just because anyone believes in 1 concept doesn't make that concept the whole truth.Nor does it negate their beliefs.Please respect the beliefs of others. I may ? organized religions but never laugh at them
I agree. He most certainly was not talking about me. I'm very hollistic. I see no separation in the lives of the Saints and Prophets, of wise men and women of God. All are included.
d, I made no comment on someones belief. I made comment on the need to not directly answer a simple question. Your comment looks like you are trying to paint what I said as an attack on other beliefs. That would be wrong.
Ed: thanks 4 clarifying that.It sounded like U were making a statement about the beliefs of others being amusing. Religious beliefs R a serious social problem when they cause divisiveness & polarity. We all need 2 know there isn't 1 'true" religi
d you just did it. You just said: "We all need 2 know there isn't 1 'true" religion". That is attacking those who do belief there is only one true religion. Aren't they entitled to their belief?
yes.they R entitled 2 their beliefs, but have 2 realize what they belief is only true 4 them, & they can't expect that others need 2 follow those beliefs.Every cult cannot B the only true 1.Ergo, none R the true 1. It is logic deduction.
And those are your beliefs and they are not the only ones. And your logic is not the only logic. And your understanding of religion is only yours. There are no absolutes.
U simply repeated (rephrased) what i said.2+ types of logic: 1 based on common sense, scientific facts, realism, & trust in God & 1 based on unsubstantiated superstition secondary to childhood brainwashing, & fear of God.Both valid 2 thei
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