posted on Feb, 26 2008 @ 12:50 PM
I love this feedback! ashleyD, kinglizard, defcon and chikeymonkey!
I agree with reading the bible and following strictly what jesus taught(common sense?), strangely to me, its the same place i get in reading what the
maybe its something to do with meditating and finding "spirituality" without labels, and then reading all the labels for what is considered
surely there are different views of what god is based on the region and political powers influencing such.
I really like the eastern approach just because they point out that even our labels of what we call Krishna, Christ, or God, is only what we will
manifest it to look like or be within our limited reality. that by getting caught up in the labels we miss the point of the teachings.
this is not to discredit any religion, we all need what we need relative to our experience/situation.
'If they're not with me, they're against me." That ME Jesus is speaking about, IS god, far beyond any conception of a man. in my opinion.
and chikey monkey, yes, we are all crazy, that is if we keep using how other peoples minds work as justification for how ours should as well! lol,
gotta love every bit of it!
and im sorry if it sounds like im arguing, im not, I wish not to trodden over anyones beliefs, any/all feedback helps me to get a better picture of
the greatly changing spiritual aspect of humanity, and I love you all as brothers and sisters equally.
Personally, I love the bible more after having read the vedas and vice versa! I could never choose one or the other, as they both speak multitudes
about the history of god moving through the human race at different times always teaching the exact same thing. Unconditional love and understanding
for all living beings. the words may be drastically different, but the message is the same to the ears that hear.
There are many "living" works that embody the essence of "god", and any godly man of any religion can decipher between what god influenced a man
to write into a scripture, and what man's ego has put into any given scripture. in any religion.
praise "the lord"(whoever that is for you!)