A few months back I became very interested in how Christianity has evolved into the Dogma it is today. Doctrinal issues and personal interpretations to the side, it’s just easy for one to be confused by what we call Christianity. In a world where charismatic preachers double as motivational speakers and over 45,000 denominations claim […]Read More FINDING THE ROOTS OF THE CHURCH
Probably the most “unchristian” thing I have ever said is that we aren’t here to argue down others with our religious rightness and convert them to our way of thinking. In fact, I don’t think people of faith should waste their breath preaching. People can only grasp what they understand. Even then they only ask […]Read More THE PATTERN OF RELIGION
I’ve always viewed mystics as some sort of metaphysical philosophers who blend science and spirituality together into something only vaguely coherent to the rest of us. Couple that with my tendency to regard religious leaders as charlatans taking advantage of the poor and it’s no wonder how I ended up with the mindstate I have […]Read More RED OR BLUE PILL?
BLESS YOUR ENEMIES “Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat you.” (NAB- Luke 6:27-28) For the longest time I struggled to put Jesus words into perspective and could not for the life of me understand why anyone would allow other people to […]Read More LEAD BY EXAMPLE
Let’s skip over every ones political dispositions and cut to the chase about what matters most. It’s not my intention to kick the hornets nest. Everything that follows is the result of what I feel to be spiritually sound; love being what matters the most in our lives. We humans are social creatures who need […]Read More WHAT MATTERS MOST
So you finally found a spiritual path that suits you. You’ve settled into a groove that feels fluent and deepens your connection with the world. How beautiful. Well, it’s now your duty to be true to your beliefs and spread the peace. You’ve started your outreach, as do each of us, and I’m proud of […]Read More DON’T BE AN ASSHOLE