I feel that so much of time is spent worrying about what religion practises what, which religion is true,which is more valid and so on and so forth. We understand what good values are in life and if we decide to follow them then surely that is what is important ?
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Hi there CWB again. I actually understand what you are saying after reading your comments about roughly five times! I get it. But I wonder about those who proselytize to get a following. Why do they have so many fears about who is right?
Some who proselytize just want to accumulate followers. Some have a need to be the MOST followed, so have to get people to ignore other "leaders;" which means they have to be negative about others. Some folks just HAVE to be right...human nature.
I agree we've an insatiable desire for more as humans.If we put that energy into improving daily living for others then it may not seem unprogressive and those less fortunate would not have to look forward to eternal life for pleasure but live this 1
Thanks for you comments. I'd like to say 'no' I don't read and understand as an adult the same way I did when I was 7. But I was speaking from an adult stance and from that I do KNOW what is right and wrong. I did not state that I..(cont caps below)
ptosis cont..will ever stop learning in life but I do not feel that I need to be educated further on how to treat others. My maturity,my upbringing,my conscience,my KNOWING what is right and wrong and my faith have all hopefully taught and (con below
ptosis cont.guided me up until this point in my life.I do not feel the need for religious rituals to teach me what I already KNOW.
ackman. Thanks for following.Had to use your capsule to answer above comment. I think we all try to do our best.
Thankyou Darrell.I think that people should focus and recognize the good in others instead of the differences I feel we create barriers by looking for things we ourselves do not agree with. What a waste of energy that could be used for the good
Thankyou for your simplistic comment. I agree.
nihar: Your submittal infers ("insists" or "claims") that there IS "a creator"... What I disdain about religion(s) is that they postulate the existence of that "Creator" regardless of whether or not there is any evidence of him/her/it.....