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Religion And Spirituality: What’s the Difference?

Religion and Spirituality: What’s the Difference?
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  1. Jeude Pereira says:

    Hey, if spirituality foundation is love, why do you get bad if you do bad? Karma is some kind of punishment , then! Love forgive and forget as if the bad never happened, consequently, it cannot be punishment under REAL love. Non sense…

  2. Raj says:

    Which means our ability to attract negativity(bad) and positivity (good)…no entity is giving us good n bad.mind is a big player, body is just a slave to mind if soul is exist as unidentified.

  3. Yao Hai - Don says:

    Spirituality, does have rules. They just are not rules imposed from outside. Nor are they someone else’s rules you’re trying to live up to. They are intertwined with the growing and internalizing of values that embrace unity and purity of heart. This is what makes them spiritual. These values are focussed upon for learning, creating and to committedly living a life of non-hurtfulness and non-selfishness. Spiritual rules are self chosen and provide a foundation for growth in all facets of life. They provide the basis for the continual development of what aids- in life, others and in one’s way of being. Creatively living from values is the basis for experiencing meaningfulness and fulfilment, which so many these days lack. Spiritual rules are in Truth but a single rule, the rule of Love: “In all that you do, devote yourself only to the service of giving and to expressing Love unconditionally.

    “Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” – Jalal ad-Din Rumi (Persian Poet and Mystic, 1207-1273)

  4. Tiego Jordan Mpho says:

    religion is the hardware, spirituality the software. you only fool yourself if you think one is dispensable or independent of the other…

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