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What/how does a pantheist worship?


Agnostic Pantheist
Hi Thirza,

To me, Pantheism is a philosophy rather than a religion. My daily rituals are actually activities rather than repetitive ceremonies with religious significance.
In my philosophy I try to encompass a wholesome perspective about life, the world, nature, and the universe. I do my best to accept all these as they are and find my optimal existence in my region, this world, and an infinite cosmos.
I don't actually worship any supernatural deities. But this quote from Dune Messiah (1969) pretty much sums up my perspective:

If you need something to worship, then worship life — all life, every last crawling bit of it! We're all in this beauty together!

Iti oj

Global warming is real and we need to act
Premium Member
I hug trees. Stop and smell the flowers. Star gaze, nd study science....
I would say my anamistic qualities are more intersting to you then my pntheism, which hs been clled sexed up atheism.

Nd the quote above