I just wanted to thank you for providing a comment on my first blog post. I'm still kind of new here and am still learning my way around.
I saw your post on the Earth Spiritualists of Chicago group Bulletin Board and wanted to stop by and say hello. I find it wonderfull that you have found a way to combine to different religions into one personal religion. I am eclectic myself and I do the same as you do just not with the Mormon church.
How true and wise your words are. I do love god. God never left me.
Thank you for the beautiful comment.
May your days ahead be filled with true joy cuz faith, you have plenty of.
Your strong stand of faith is an inspiration to me. Some of the kindest folks I have ever met in my life were Mormons and I will always have a place in my heart for your brethren!
The Mormon families I came to know helped me through some very trying times, and I can now see the world through a kinder lens. Peace be with you!
Thanks for your comment. I am glad to know that you are reading the Quran, not offended at all! :] Not many people venture to understand it.
It's nice to know we have similar hobbies:]
Writing is wonderful fun!
Happy holidays by the way! tell me how it goes.
Thank you so much ! You gave me some excellent advice.
Thank you so much for taking the time to help me. I see your point. Thanks
I didn't see your comment as I don't check Beliefnet regularly anymore. I'm not sure if I responded to your post or if you were just popping by to say "hi". But hi back :)
Hare Krsna Lavender, I don't check my profile too often so I didn't notice your post till now.
I recommend you to check our website, starting from 'Newcomers to Vedic tradition' in top left column. Whatever questions etc. you have after reading the basics, I'm ready to answer.
If you're in Utah, we have a nice temple in Spanish Fork built with a help from many Mormons. utahkrishnas.org
A good idea to stop by for a hands-on experience.
All the best.
Your servant, Jan