What's the difference between a "spiritual person" and a "physical person" Is there a difference?
I think a 'physical person' just think about themselves, their centre of attention is just them, their physical self.
A 'spiritual person' on the other hand cultivates good qualities like love, compassion, kindness etc, towards other fellow human beings and they understand they are not perfect and what qualities they need to work on and try each day to be the better version of themselves.
Thank you for your nice answer nicci. I'd like to add to your comment, that a spiritual person seeks out God's standards and principles and then tries their best to live by them.
Yes you have absolutely hit the nail on the head. Also, to add to what you have said concerning a spiritual person, they, a spiritual person works at seeing things from God's viewpoint and a spiritual person follows the laws, principles, commandments and standards that God expects us to follow and apply in one's life. Physical people are exactly what you have described. Thank you for your reply
The real you is the soul. The physical is the temple or instrument of the soul. The body needs the soul for Realisation; the soul needs the body for manifestation. The physical houses the soul and cannot live without it. In that sense, they are one. A spiritual person embodies the soul, naturally, as the soul is the divine spark that gives it life.
We use the term in a general sense to mean someone who has a very broad and holistic view, and all-encompassing view of God and man. He or she has a religion called Love. Some spiritual people negate the word 'God' and also religion. It is a safe way but not necessarily a wise one. The Seer knows via inner experiences, that God is in religion as well as being above religion. He also has room for the atheists and everyone else. Nothing is negated.
So the truly spiritual see only God in myriad forms, words, places, cultures, colour, religions ...much Peace.
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