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I don't think there is a different god for every religion, I think its an "elephant" kind of thing, and everyone is blindfolded and has a different piece that elephant.
Watch Jagged, yep, long time, I suffered a stroke last year, I'm just gradually getting back into it.
I have heard there was a Christian mystic tradition, but not much more about it after the of the 21st century, and that it lost popular favor.
I agree with your passage highly. I am believer in diverstiy and celebrating those differences. When I study other religions or faiths I often find new affirmation in my own!
whonunuwho, you're right.
Yes, I have been around the block a few times and figured I'm better off piecing together my own spirituality based on whether based on if it works for me. I was looking at Joseph Campbell last night, hence the question.
I sometimes think of God as the smallest of things in the universe, but is in everything and everywhere. But I wonder what's the best perception for myself to perceive God.
I guess I am shopping for parts and pieces to build my own spirituality and looking for personal opinions.
But should religion be "everything"?
This is also true.
And it is happening as we speak as people find they can no longer express themselves in either Oriental or Western religions, but find more room for spiritual expression by pursuing their own paths.