Religion is for people who are afraid of hell. Spirituality is for people who have been there.
May you find the answer you are seeking.
I bumped into your profile by way of the log in page today. Hello! I recognize your dilemma as one I've run across amongst a lot of people. One nice thing about Basicanism is that nobody will push you to convert to it in order for you to be welcome to try to find something in it that might interest or help you. What's there that might be of service is available to all, and you're free to look for what will benefit you without pressure or strings attached. I hope you'll find something useful to your situation by having a stroll through the section on Basicanism at The Wayshelter: http://wayshelter.com. You might discover a good tidbit in an article that seems, up front, not to be directly related to your concerns, so don't be afraid to look around at all kinds of stuff when you get there. I wish you great joy, insight, and fulfilment as you make your way through your journey, whatever you come across from various sources that might aid you!
I wish you a happy birthday. I hope it's a day filled with family and friends. A day filled with lots of love and laughter.
I didn't know it was your birthday! Enjoy your day...
Religion is man made.
Christianity is a relationship with God.
Sounds like you and your fiance have your hands full. I was a single mother with two kids in my 20s and it was tough. You are in my thoughts. Try to take good care of yourself and get rest when you can.
...try reading my argument against it at panchoangry.blogspot.com. Many people have learned to be decent human beings without religion.
We find ourselves ny loving service and reflecting on who we are in that service.
Hello! If you ever just want to talk about Alaska or anything else, I am here for you. Lifelong Alaskan, caracal.