SOME KNOWLEDGE that you don't know about can hurt you spiritually.
Can we go through life dodging knowledge and still be complete in our stability of intellect?
Why would you want to 'dodge' learning? If you don't learn, you don't grow. This would apply to your spiritual being as well as your intellect.
by ii3rittles 12 months ago
Does ringing in the ear mean anything (spiritually)?I get the deafening tone and high pitched ringing every now and then. Probably 10 times a year. Today it happened once... Then a few minutes later happened again. I never had it happen back to back. I am not talking about tinnitus, I am talking...
by slaffery 4 years ago
When NFL players get hurt for the rest of the season do they lose pay or still get compensated?When an NFL player gets hurt during the game and is out for the rest of the season, Do they still get paid?
by Romans814 7 years ago
What does ‘spiritually discerned’ mean to the non-spiritual (non-Christian)?
by SparklingJewel 10 years ago
until it is accepted as fact or theory.It is important to remember that the theories of science were once unheard of and not a part of the current accepted knowledge base. Every discovery was developed by someone thinking "outside of the box". So what is this "outside of...
by flysky 5 years ago
What is the difference between intellect and mind?
by Roberta McIlroy 6 years ago
Is it normal to still be upset by an ex-hubbys activities 4 years after a painful split?I loved my husband dearly, more than anything in the world next to my kids. We split up 4 years ago because he was longtime cheating and I had had enough. I was devastated and really hurt by it...
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