- 4 years ago
- Wedding: August 2012
You forgot Lutheran
…love is my religion, if I *had* to choose.
Left out Wiccan and Pagan…we do exist!
I got that….just didn’t think it was really fair when so many others were mentioned.
I’m agnostic, borderline athiest.
I don’t believe because I’ve never seen scientific proof.
@aliavenue: Just what it says, love. That is where the root of my belief system lies and if I had to call it something it is simply love. It is a common energy that can only do right, that knows no wrongs because there is no room for it. As we move through these various experiences called life we are learning lessons and reminding ourselves how to love. There is no need to judge others or ourselves. We do the things we do because we had forgotten how to love. How to see the good in all things and realize that they really don’t intend on being mean, rude, hateful! That’s it is not who they truly are and forgive them and ourselves when we display anything but love. That is the ‘Jesus’ concept. That is how we heal and grow and how we move on. We are in this existance to learn what we did not learn before so that our souls can remember from where we came and all that is divine in us, so that we can remember how close we are to God. There is then no need to be good, or be an example or strive to live a certain life because you realize that when you are truly living those things are second nature. True love, of all people is the answer to it all. Don’t need the rules, don’t need to fear God, don’t need to question a thing because you don’t need a religion to tell you what is right or how to live. The is the gift of awareness, of consciousness.
@One_Day_Ill_Bee_Mrs_G: Really Christian is Catholic or Protestant, unfortunately many surveys are set up this way breaking out a few select denominations (usually ones that have more extreme or noticiable stances on certain things). I’m sure the OP didn’t mean any harm 🙂
Wasn’t really offended guys….sorry if I came off snarky. I think I am experiencing a sugar low..lol.
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