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Let me tell you frankly, there is nothing such as 'spirituality' - not at-least the way that you perceive this 'thing' to be.
Yes, human life is a wonderful phenomenon (not for everyone, though) ~ but it's not 'magical' ~ in the sense that there is (a kind of) logic behind everything that we have witnessed in our life.
Popular 'spirituality' invokes 'magical' elements. There you have people with long beards and they are wearing flowing white robes ~ uttering words about a "God" that only they have access to and knowledge of. You must wash their feet and kneel before them (like a passive slave) to get 'emancipation' from this worldly life.
The entire scheme is a deliberate process to manipulate our innate desire to understand ourselves in this life.
As far as I can tell you: there is no real spirituality except happiness. If you are really really, genuinely happy, and content: then that 'condition' can be termed as a 'spiritual condition'. Everything else is just another infantile game.
Happiness and the feeling of delight, coupled with the 'opening' sensations in the heart-region ~ these are genuine symptoms of real spirituality: a sense of awe and fulfillment, a constant feeling that "nothing is too far away", coupled with the feeling that "everything is accessible".
"EVEN 'SPIRITUALITY' IS NONSENSE IN THE END"
From the beginning it is nonsense....
A man can only make of Life what he is himself.
So therefore spirituality can be liberating or constricting...... to him.
And in the beginning and in the end, all that is spirituality...
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by Jenny Pugh6 years ago
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by Peggy Woods6 months ago
How would you describe your spirituality?
by wesleyacarter8 years ago
Why is it so easy for us to blame God for our circumstances? for the problems of the world?Instead of taking responsibility for ourselves?
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