I'm curious. To my knowledge, I'm the only black to study these spiritual traditions and incorporate them into my own spiritual path. Is it just my perception?
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From where I'm sitting you're probably right about the statistics.
But I'm curious as to why this is.
Wise words. I wrote to you. Look for my mail in your spam. Just one thing, in Sri Chinmoy's philosophy, 'Let Thy Will be done' is the highest philosophy. There is no greater joy than returning after Enlightenment, to share with our brothers and siste
I know that I must follow my own path, and anything else would not be me but some other teaching not my own. I have to pursue my own Gnosis, my own Tao.
Many Blacks are not drawn to Buddhism and Taoism because they are entrenched in the Christian methodology. The overwhelming majority of Blacks are staunchly religious Christians who believe that Christianity is the ONLY way!
Yes. That is an important piece in my rationale. Sorry I forgot to include same.
I thought about this too.
But when I think about the statistics, it doesn't add up. It seems to me to still be an anomaly.
Do not make it a problem, Eugene. My last paragragh of the previous answer still holds. It is ultimately God who decides these things.
Not making it a problem, but if it is God's doing, it makes my question even more curious. But then, I disagree that God's will would do such a thing, and it is not something I have faith in.
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