Do you believe that people are getting far from religion or not?
Just because a person removes themselves from their religion does not mean that they deny their God.
None of the people depicted in scriptures followed the religions of the day.
I compare the original intent for religion to be similar to a street sign that points the way to our destination.
But many people have put a bench there and are waiting for the bus.
Maybe we can get there by bus, and maybe not.
Are people getting up off the bench and continuing their journey by foot, or are they going back to where they first found themselves?
by JulietduPreez7 years ago
What do you think?I tend towards agreement. Or perhaps the "rules" are changing...What in the past was considered necessary in order to be polite may have lost its importance.
by gulnazahmad5 years ago
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by Religulous5 years ago
They are just killing people in an argument over who has the best imaginary friend.
by jomine5 years ago
definitionbelief- an opinion or conviction that may be wrongfaith-belief that is not based on proofyou may believe that your car won't explode based on probabilitiesbut if you believe it as an absolute truth not basing...
by Chris7 years ago
I just need to get away from my day to day and want to know who likes there job. I think its a huge thing to actually like your job because your there most of your life...
by buddhaanalysis3 years ago
Someone was wanting help about emotion to control in some social network. Once i answered a question that a human can control own emotional thoughts to great extend to almost complete that one stage comes we completely...
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