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bluemoonllama bluemoonllama 56-60, F 18 Answers Mar 18, 2012

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Religious people want others to think for them. Spiritual people want to think for themselves.



Spiritual people have a better chance of finding that which they are searching for because their minds are open. I love being around spiritual people. They are so non-judgmental. I avoid religious people at all costs. They are so ignorant, narrow-minded, and cruel.

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I am not sure where I have heard this before but, it is said that religion is for people that are afraid of going to hell. Whereas spirituality is for people that have already been there. I consider myself spiritual. Aside from the fact that I believe that some many evil things have been done in the name of "organized" religion over the course of human history.

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the latter

organized religion leaves me unsettled.

too much of the following:

conflict

violence

criticism

control

different spins on the bible

intolerance

ungodly acts committed in the name of God.



I have my own relationship with my creator..of the i have no doubt.

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spirtual but not religious, why because religion is a bunch of crab and im sorry to all those out there that have a religion but this is my own opinion and it has no effect on what i think of others. as long as you dont try and change my belief i can be friends with anyone

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I'm the second. Most of the religions I know of preach too much and are too judgmental. My God doesn't discriminate among people and doesn't have so many rules. Also, I know so many religious people who are complete dickheads and no way lead a Christian life.

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Zen Dudeist.......we simply abide.

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I am definitely not religious as I know something of the history of all of the different "handbooks" involved and know they have been mistranslated and selectively edited over the years. (Sometimes for political reasons - other times just from sheer incompetence.)



I do consider myself to be spiritual. I have read most of the big books of philosophy and religion and find pieces that work in my own life. I do yoga and even something approaching meditation now and again.

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I'm spiritual not religions. I go to church for my own benefit not because of the religion but because of the bible readings and the interpretation of them. I believe in MY God who may not be the same as yours, but is a guiding force for me in what I do daily. I try and grow through my understanding of me, my place in life and it is through my spiritual awareness of me.

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IDK. I don't like the thought of a conformed religion, but something like what some Africans and Native Americans follow; Like more than one higher being, I could flow with.

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Really? Damn you stereotypes!!!

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Religious but not spiritual (yet). I have to follow my religious texts throroughly in order to become spiritual. The religious text does state "practice what you read/ preach" otherwise one cannot reach God just by wearing the religious garb.

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oh my gawd! you left out the most important choice of all; i am rational, hence neither of your two limited choices...

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Neither.

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Religions are fairy tales. Hundreds in the world.

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I'm a little of both. I'm very into nature. I feel plants have feelings and I most always assist in re-propagating their seeds. I'm always taking a cutting of something or another to replenish my garden. I talk to them too. As well as when I pray, I look all around and often seek a tall tree to focus on. Nature is God's greatest creation. We all need to help save it.

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