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Spirituality is alive in all of us, but few really understand the subject. Religiousness for many plays a fundamental role by the lessons it teaches us like the ten commandments. Then there are those who don’t believe in any of it because they think there is no logical basis behind such stories that are cited in the bible; the disciples, apostles, or saints.
There are some who use spirituality as their God, and holy spirit. Another way to put it is the inner self or life force by empowering themselves from nature and everything it provides. Some meditate, others practice yoga, and others find what works for them. It could be a combination with religious and mystical input, or even supernatural. Everyone for their own!
The whole idea of belief is to set one up to prosper by following rules to respect one another, treat others as they wish to be treated, and I shall not kill to make the world a better place. Although these rules make sense and in an ideal world, we wouldn’t have had Hitler, or Stalin, or Saddam Hussein; we’ve now got Putin who wants to go down in history as another tyrant. Then there are those who might turn a blind eye like the Chinese, or Brazil’s Bolsonaro who play the neutral role!
I suppose you could say everyone chooses their destiny. Their purpose is their choice and therefore those who call others selfish should respect one another’s opinion even if their opinion defies logic.
Have a great weekend!
All the best,
Prof. Carl Boniface
Disciple (n) = If you believe Jesus to be your Lord and Savior then you are a Disciple.
Apostle (n) = An Apostle was specifically chosen by Jesus to spread the gospel after his death and resurrection.
Saints (n) = According to the Catholic Church, a saint is anyone in Heaven, whether recognized on Earth or not, who form the "great cloud of witnesses" (Hebrews 12:1). These "may include our own mothers, grandmothers or other loved ones.
The Church of England commemorates many of the same saints as those in the General Roman Calendar, mostly on the same days, but also commemorates various notable (often post-Reformation) Christians who have not been canonized by Rome, with a particular though not exclusive emphasis on those of English origin.
Canonized (adj) from the verb idolized, glorified, adored, or beatified, sanctified, blessed
Everyone for their own (idiom) = something that you say that means that everyone in a particular situation is trying to do what is best for themselves and no one is trying to help anyone else: It might be a civilized place to shop at other times, but come the January sales, it's every man for himself. Unhelpful and Uncooperative. awkward. awkwardly.