posted on Jul, 4 2006 @ 07:52 PM
I will warn you ahead of time, I am a spiritual anarchist. I believe ALL religions are cults that rob the mind of the higher purpose.
Religions are the easy way out. You believe what you are told to believe and don't question or seek out the truth for yourself. They are a form of
The tough road is tearing the shackles off your soul and seeking out God as the child of the creator you were born to be.
You have a choice, Do as the preachers tell you or seek God out as the free child you were born to be.
Spiritual freedom is far more scary, but so much more rewarding. Let me share a very short article i wrote on this. By searching outside the book I
learned things I would never have found in it. Its called:
What I believe.
I believe it’s important to occasionally sit down and take stock in the things you believe in. Sure, its easy to list off the things you don’t
believe or have discarded because your journey has taught you better, still, it’s often hard to actually list off the things that you do believe. I
learned this in a fellowship discussion group long ago. Since then I’ve had to occasionally sit down and put on paper the things that have been
bouncing around inside my head.
I start with the last list I made and remove the things I’ve learned to be, well, not wrong but no longer applying to me. Then I add what I’ve
learned over the time since I wrote it and go from there.
It makes things allot easier when I’m asked about my beliefs as well. Rather than having to go into a drawn out explanation I can hand them the
latest list. I highly recommend this to everyone as well.
Matter of fact, I have learned that its thru the sharing and caring we have in each others lives that we are best able to grow.
I believe that before man, before the Earth, before the beginning of time, the truth existed, it’s the only thing that has never changed. It’s the
only thing that has never needed to change.
I believe that unconditional love is the greatest gift you can give to this world, And to yourself.
I believe that the path someone walks does not make him or her holy. They must make the path holy regardless of the path they have chosen.
I believe that if you can’t see god in everything, than you can’t see god in anything.
I believe that there is only one race, the human race, and we’re all in it together, whether we like it or not.
I believe that forgiveness is not a gift to the person that wronged you; Forgiveness is a gift to yourself so that you may go on with your life in
I believe that even though we express ourselves individually our spirits are all a part of the same being, the one who created all things. E Pluribus
Unum, Out of many (people) One (spirit).
I believe that my true reflection will never be seen in a mirror before me, but in the eyes and hearts of the people I share my life with.
I believe that each of us has only one true gift we can give to this world, the gift of ourselves. Everything else will fall away
I believe that political power in the hands of religion has always, always, led to tyranny. I also believe that political power in the hands of
religion will always lead to tyranny.
I believe that I have yet to meet a person who could not teach me something, if I will only pay attention.
I believe that every religion or designated path is in itself a cult, for no other reason than it narrows your mind from the broader realities.
I believe that your soul is as unique as the fingerprints on your hand. No one knows what you have learned and of the journey which brought you here.
No one that is, except you. That’s why it’s important to share.
I believe that hugs make kids grow. (And they’re not bad for adults either)
I believe that though I am but a drop in the ocean, I am still the ocean. So are you.
I believe that if your heart is at peace with the life your living and your soul is at peace with your creator, who ever you consider that creator to
be, than everything else is just icing on the cake.
I believe that hate is a poison to the soul of the person that is doing the hating.
I believe that all who teach us leave a part of their soul in ours.
I believe that in our darkest and most personally damned moments there is a light shining brightly to guide us, and we never realize that till long
years have given us perspective.
I believe that your life is a reflection of your perspective on it. If you go around seeing things as being terrible then they inherently will be.
I believe that I have much to learn, and I know I will enjoy every moment of learning it.
Love and light,
I hope this answers your question in a positive way,