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Dingbat
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Dingbat

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    1. Yusz
      Yusz
      Greetings... Spiritual and mystical, its not belong to any religion actually... you just learn the basics from there... As I am, i have a lot of student, that are non-muslim... There's no religion barrier, in spiritual and mystical knowledge... Take Care
    2. Breathe
      Breathe
      I thought I responded to that. Odd. Maybe it didn't send? :confused:

      I know what you mean; I just wish something would 'click' for me too. Since I'm of no particular faith, picking many, it's a bit sloppy for me. Christianity doesn't seem to click for me, really. Just something about it; I don't know what, though. Yet at the same time, I seem to prefer one-life as opposed to many, which is odd because I didn't before.

      Good idea to step up the practise. Let me know if it helps. :)
    3. Breathe
      Breathe
      Anything? :3
    4. illykitty
      illykitty
      Ahh Monty Python, watched some of it because of my husband. Affraid to say that I don't get some of it. u_u'

      Thanks! I miss posting more but I feel it's helping to not be on as much, getting a bit more clear headed.
    5. illykitty
      illykitty
      What's this Ni! Religion? Care to tell me? :p
    6. Breathe
      Breathe
      Thanks for the frubals :D
    7. beenie
      beenie
      I think a few of us should develop our own religion. :p
    8. Breathe
      Breathe
      PMed you :p
    9. Breathe
      Breathe
      Really? Then maybe you should look at, say, Episcopalianism, Lutheranism, Methodism, something like that? :D
    10. beenie
      beenie
      Ugh I am so with you! I believe religion should have compassion and love, and I don't get that from most of the Muslims I know. What I get is, "do this or you'll go to help, do that and you'll get reward". Everything is supposed to be in Allah's name, not for the kindness of fellow man. Tragedy is a test, etc. I have a very hard time with hell and the treatment of non-Muslims as well. Women? Don't get me started. I find myself on the opposite side of almost every Muslim I talk to. They will say how loving Allah is, yet his punishments are so so severe just for questioning him? Tough sell, IMO. I'm depressed about it. :(
    11. Breathe
      Breathe
      That sounds good. :)

      I like the Episcopalian church; it's varied, so you can have a nice liturgical style, or a more modern happy-clappy one. :D

      I have a soft spot for Islamic prostration, though, which is one thing I'm meh with about Christianity; the prayer isn't so awesome. I like a lot about Islam, except I don't think it'd be for me, personally. If I were to try, I'd end up a Qur'an Alone Sufi Universalist or something. :D As a non-Trinitarian, its heavy emphasis on one God is awesome.
    12. beenie
      beenie
      I don't think I fit in well at all, as I really do believe Islam needs a revolution and needs to be adapted to modern times. That never goes over well with other Muslims lol. I think people who feel this way end up leaving Islam altogether, at least in their hearts.
    13. beenie
      beenie
      Thank you for the Frubals; it's sad, isn't it? People can be so close-minded. :(
    14. Breathe
      Breathe
      Haha, Armstrong is an amazing author, so I can see why. :D
    15. Breathe
      Breathe
      Really? Wow. I'm glad I was helpful. :)
      Yeah, if you're theistic, Buddhism can be really problematic. Often it's easier to just take the principles practices to mind, and follow another religion. I'm glad you've been enjoying Sufism, and I can understand why. Mysticism ftw. :)
    16. Breathe
      Breathe
      Thanks. I'm glad to be back. :)
      So you settled upon Islam again? :)
    17. Breathe
      Breathe
      Worth it. I was away from the nonsense. :)
    18. Breathe
      Breathe
      If you're across the pond, then yeah.. :D
    19. Breathe
      Breathe
      Yay! You're on :D
    20. FearGod
      FearGod
      Thanks for the frubal brother and wishing you a happy new year. :)
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