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personal sanctity

Finding personal sanctity isn’t exactly like finding religion. I see it more as respect for your value as a human entity within a global village that has an origin we cannot fully conceive of with our limited brains. It is the appreciation that you have a mind and soul that can be synced together and be made to work harmoniously even as the happenings in the world around us do not.

I think every day about how to live in a more balanced way in a place that is always mired in constant and ever shifting entropy. Finding that peace within yourself is what will make us happy and most of it consists not on the value of things but on variations of human contact and our ability to bring happiness to others.

Much of what I refer to here is practiced spirituality which is not to be confused with forms of bastardized religion that are more prone to enslave us. The way to know the difference is that true spiritual awakening isn’t about limiting ourselves but in taking full advantage of the freedom of will we were given. In other words, we should feel empowered to think and be able to use our full intelligence to discern.

Personal sanctity is respect for one’s creation and for that of others who enrich our existence and make us see and appreciate our full value as human beings.

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  1. You've expressed the spiritual issue truly. Thank you. Understanding the wonder and mystery of ourselves gives us the gift of seeing the wonder and mystery of others we meet, leading to acceptance and love.

    1. its a journey of learning for all of us Keith and we grow as we travel...:)


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