Can you go to church every Sunday, say your prayers, go to confession, stop doing all those "naughty" things in your life, and then have no care for the world in which you live; no concern for looking after the environment which gives you life; waste the earth's resources; disregard the needs of your children and grandchildren? Is it possible to be so "spiritually minded," that you lose sight of down-to-earth obvious demands of good stewardship?
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Thanks for that. Yes, there is certainly more than one way of looking at these matters. The "faith" path is just right for some. For others, like myself, it's much more on the "logical" side and looking for reasons/purpose, etc.
Sounds like you subscribe to the following philosophy:
"I am the master of my fate, I am the captain of my soul."
- William Earnest Henley
Another way of putting it; "If it's going to be it's up to me."
It's hard to (assume) things will be ok.
Thank you for that. Finally, a straightforward, factual answer to a skewed question.