Cradle of Civilization

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The problem of religious people

Posted by Fredsvenn on January 6, 2016

There is no difference between gods and nature – the problem is that religious people doesn’t know what religion is – and just remember the dogmas and not the spirit – they believe in a book and not in god. Religious people believe in one god as one entity and put male gender on it without understanding that their religion is basically the same as the one with many gods and goddesses – or no gods/goddesses for that sake – it is all about our understanding of cosmos. We should never be afraid of being naked in front of god – dress as you like, but be kind and live with love and enjoy life. 

One Response to “The problem of religious people”

  1. First of all, Շնորհավոր Սուրբ Ծնունդ!

    The problem is with the mass consciousness; science is having a problem with spirituality (while religion already lost the fight with science, spirituality may prove to be a danger to mainstream science); the regular guy in the street is having a problem with dogma (as you say, we lost the spirit, trading it for the content); on the contrary, politics have an ally in religion (both being institutions, politics are always trying to shape and mold religion according to own needs). Only cutting edge science may solve them all one day, but it may take centuries: it took society three hundred years to come to terms with the heliocentric model (nobody realized yet that the anthropocentric model is still valid, but under a totally different perspective).

    There is one more solution: that we, individuals, detach ourselves and rise above mass consciousness. Then we can experience the cosmos for ourselves, in its true, awesome reality.

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