Tag Archives: Western thought

How Divine Truth Works

God does not punish people; He punishes sin. People get hit with wrath because they are clinging to the sin He punishes. This is why it looks random to so many Westerners, because they simply cannot grasp the notion of … Continue reading

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Unlearning

I want to reinforce something Sister Christine said on her blog the other day: The heart does not have to be taught how to sense the world. The mind does not have to be taught to acquiesce to the heart, … Continue reading

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The Niceness Lie

It’s peculiar to Western social mythology that we are supposed to be “nice.” While the actual definition is contextual and all over the map, we all have learned to recognize that undertone — “you’re supposed to be nice” — in … Continue reading

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Redemption and Restoration

Sister Wildcucumber raises a very good point: We’re told by many a guru that we must meditate ourselves away and out of this physical realm, daily, if we seek enlightenment. This world is illusion — you know the drill. But … Continue reading

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Meta-religion

In English, “meta” anything is an effort to understand the thought and process of the thing itself. If I use the term “meta-blogging,” you would recognize that as a reference to blogging about blogging itself. So obviously meta-religion is religious … Continue reading

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