not for you, no. That would be outside the realm of possibility. By the way, go feed the starving children in the world. Don't waste your time here. OH wait. You're still here. Feed the world, make it a better place. For you and for me and the entire human race...there are
people dying, if you care enough for the living
make a better place...for you and for me.
GET YER ASS MOVIN'! Buy a burger and feed one starving child! Then you'll see why some people love the groove of the love your neighbor mantra, they get high on that endorphin generating stuff that they don't have time to get morose on forums.
nothing is bad,its your thinking which is bad towards the religion,
one good thing abt religion is that it create some faith in ur heart,i am experienced while traveling with moverworx,it is the religion which help me alot, so dont think abt negative always see positive tc
Do you think there is anything to be said for the idea that we unconsciously choose partners who will exacerbate our personal neuroses for the express purpose of learning/growing? (As Carl Whitaker suggests)
indeed, your post (four posts up) said it all. we can stretch out the finer points, but I think you know them. Clarity/Purity must come separate from the duality, or the divided duality, hemispheric quadrants, necessity. So long as their is an application of the condition, that plague will always be.
i agree with full engagement. But neutrality is an active orbit of energy as well. It is not directional though but circular.
you can see it in all neutral embodiments of nature.
left side, dendrites, lots of receptacles that suck neurochemicals axons, one long branch sticking out of right side that transmit it. nueron body, round. it contains the thought and acts as a funnel towards the axon.
trees, same thing.
the roots will be sucking water below going further into darkness, while the leaves will be pushing out fruits, flowers and ever reaching towards the sun.But what is a trunk? What does a tree trunk do? the tree trunk separates the two opposing forces of the tree. cut a tree and what do you see...circular rings. the balance of push and pull that we can observe in stable units of nature. just like the sun, it is circular.
In this way, clarity is neutral in that it is mindful. it neither exists in past hurts nor is it too concerned with consequence.( or should I see conscience?) It is neither just sucking energy nor expending it. it is doing both in a cyclical way. If you have clarity of mind you become a medium for growth.
you become an allower. allowers validate a presence of truth in whatever form it takes. in this way the truth passes through his life undistorted by polarity.
Indeed, keyword : parish. They sit and nod but that is as far as it goes. I would guess that 98% of all parishioners do not actively engage faith/belief, thus the spread of whatever the minister says goes aka doctrine. To question the doctrine(s), they need to be educated apart from it -and people just don't have the 'time'. Same with much of the parish of science. Most just go with it.
Religion is good in that it is, and should be, at it's core, comforting. People look to it because they find SOMETHING in it that is comforting, even if it turns out to be something that is not good (although, what is good? What is bad?). At it's core, religion should teach you to accept others for what they are, learn to love them, and respect who they are. You may not agree with everything they say, but you should still love and respect them all the same, because they bring something to the table.
Religion at it's worst - makes people twist and turn and do things that do not bring out the best in us. It makes us conqour lands and cities in the "name of our God"; it makes us punish others for something we were brought up believing is not good. Instead of embracing the differences in each and everyone of us, it can teach people to hate, because of what you were taught and leanred from a book.
I agree with this too. but that applies to everything, money, power, sex, superiority of any kind, better, smarter, more aware...all of these things can make one delusional. delusion by definition means the evidence is in front of you, yet you refuse to see it.
Delusion overcompensates by exaggerating one's faith, one's bliss over his own wealth, one's projection of sexuality, one's feelings of superiority to cover up for fears of the opposite.
Religion is good in that it keeps people being altruistic and helping others. It helps to encourage morality in society in conjuction with the governments' laws. It is bad in the way that much of it is involved with blind dogma, believing in myths that should never make sense to an educated full-grown adult, and cause intolerance of other faiths. one particular religion comes to mind with the blind dogma, believing stuff thats absurd and intolerance for other belief systems, but i will not name it here in order to not offend. however, i do believe in a higher power, but organized religion is largely a lie and a tool used to control the masses.
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