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3 years ago  ::  Oct 01, 2011 - 5:13PM #11
Annie_alive
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I've been a bridesmaid in an Anglican church.  Attended weddings, funerals, baptisms at various Christian churches. 


Also have attended Christian services with relatives, as well as on my own when I have felt the need to connect with people.


I regularly go to a shared meal at the local Church of Christ, which is open to all.


The spiritual connection I feel with the other people attending transcends the personal beliefs of each of them.

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3 years ago  ::  Nov 21, 2011 - 6:51AM #12
river8101
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Humm, not many responses.   I guess, in a way, you can understand why some posters argue so definantly about their own beliefs.   They haven't the slightest idea about any other.

“Faith is deciding to allow yourself to believe something your intellect would otherwise cause you to reject.”
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2 years ago  ::  May 24, 2012 - 8:05PM #13
Aka_me
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Native American sweat lodge... should have seen the look on my face realizing the lodge is not "a long house". this is soooo cool, I just discovered them online and can rsvp for a sweat this weekend!


Hindu fire ceremony


son's Catholic baptism


nieces' LDS baptisms


brother-in-law's evangelical baptism


various friends and family confirmations and weddings


mediation, asana, pranayama, philosophy retreat by Amma


 


spirituality has no differences across any of the various (man-made) religions which were built ON TOP of (progressive) revelation.

The UN says the ebola outbreak must be controlled within 60 days or else the world faces an "unprecedented" situation for which there is no plan.
this is absolutely fantastic as it unites the world into being OUR problem rather than THEIR problem.
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