What is the difference between spiritual and religious?
I have heard a lot of debate over the question of whether someone is a true follower of their faith or a follower of the appearance of faith. Whether it is Pagan or Christian, the debate seems to be everywhere...
The Spirit is in everyone - We are All Spirit.
Religion is a belief.
Religion - can be seen as a pathway that leads to God.
Spirituality - is the desire and drive behind what a person believes.
The difference between religion and spirituality is simply that most religions offer a specific set of beliefs and structures to help people to attune to their innate spirituality.
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