Spirituality & Faith

Today is Sunday, and I’ve decided to borrow an idea from a friend who writes a great blog on personal finance called Free Money Finance.  On Sundays, he writes about “Money & the Bible”.  So I’ve decided that on Sundays I’ll write on “Spirituality & Faith.”

I’m doing it for a number of reasons:

  • It’s a part of my life.  In this blog I’m sharing my journey of how I’m achieving my dreams and finding greater meaning, purpose and fulfillment in my life and work – and how you can too.   My lifestyle design process has been greatly influenced by the Bible, so I’ll share with you what I’ve learned from that perspective.
  • It’s a bit of a different change of pace.  It seems to fit for Sundays.  The rest of the week, we’ll talk about what you want to get out of life and how you can take steps now to achieve your dreams.  On Sundays, we’ll switch gears a bit and talk about “bigger picture” ideas.
  • Some people really enjoy the subject.  I think most people believe there’s more to life than just living for themselves.  People want to know they’re making a difference, that they’re living the life they were meant to live.  We’ll take a look at what the Bible says about this.
  • All of us are spiritual people – one way or another.  It is a part of our lives.  And as such, it makes sense to discuss it since we’ll be talking about how to be balanced in all aspects of life. I think the intersection of one’s faith and their life’s purpose is an interesting one and I enjoy exploring it.  I also like hearing other people’s perspectives on how they integrate their faith into their life and work.

If you don’t care to read posts on “Spirituality & Faith,” that’s OK.  You don’t have to read them.  🙂

But if you do, feel free to share your comments and ideas.  And let’s all agree to respect each other and not belittle another’s views if they differ from ours.

Comments

  1. Religion implies an ogeinazrd system of clergy, doctrine, ceremony, etc. So Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Mormonism, Scientology are all religions because they are organizations based on faith. Spirituality is a general idea that there is something more’ than the physical world, a belief in the supernatural. This might be a god or gods, but it might just be a universal energy or spirit. Ethics are a sense of good’ behavior. They usually involve following accepted social rules for the betterment of society. They are mutually exclusive from either religion or spirituality. The Catholic church’s actions to hide pedophile priests show that religious and spiritual people can act very unethically. (And, ethics are not based on the 10 Commandments, that is a myth perpetuated by the religious right.)It is now popular for people to say they are “spiritual, but not religious”, Meaning they feel there might be or is a god or other supernatural forces at work in the world, but don’t feel a need to be part of a religion.References :

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  3. That’s the perfect insight in a thread like this.

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