Originally posted by josephwYeah that reminds me of the Buddhist practice of Mindfulness ...
Great idea amannion. It's something I've been thinking a lot about. There is a great deal to be said about spirituality that doesn't necessarily have to include a god or religion.(I think)
I think everything has a spiritual component to it.
For example fatherhood. We could probably discuss this for pages.
Originally posted by vishvahetuBECAUSE God is the supreme Spirit it's not possible to talk about spiritual things without talking about God?
Let me add something here...
Theres no question of talking about spirituality without including God because God is the Supreme Spirit (spirit/uality) and the living entities are the small Spirit (spirit/uality) so you can see thats its impossible to seperate the two.
Originally posted by josephwA man loving his wife is not spiritual and its acutally illusionary, conditional and sentimental and not genuine.
BECAUSE God is the supreme Spirit it's not possible to talk about spiritual things without talking about God?
How can you be so sure?
If I say that a man should love his wife, am I not talking about something spiritual? Did I have to mention God in order to say that?
Originally posted by vishvahetuA man loving his wife is an illusion?
A man loving his wife is not spiritual and its acutally illusionary, conditional and sentimental and not genuine.
Real love can only be love on the spiritual platform, because the spiritual platform takes one out of illusion, and to stay in illusion one cannot love genuinely.
Originally posted by AgergI don't know what to say. vishva and taco are deeply entrenched in Mary Baker Eddy. They think like all her writings which are designed to influence the weak willed. Her "theology" is based on the effeminate which appeals to the emotions and not the intellect. It effectively strips away ones ability to question what she says by instilling fanciful dreams.
Ah well...its vishvahetu on the case!!! looks like your well intentioned thread is on a one way track to derailment and nonsense josephw