PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, July 8th, 2009 by Jeff Maziarek in SPIRITUALITY SIMPLIFIED

“In the end, the primary lesson I learned – when it came to spirituality – was that indeed, anything is possible, and since we cannot clearly see the “big picture,” it’s inappropriate to judge another person’s spiritual practices.

From what I have discovered so far, we simply cannot know for certain what is “true” and what is “not true.” because absolute truth is an elusive commodity. There is no single right way, there are in fact many ways. Each of us has such a limited perspective on the cosmos that we simply cannot say without reservation that something is absolutely right or absolutely wrong.

For those who think that science can thoroughly prove something to be right or wrong, think again! For its entire prowess, the scientific community remains unable to tell us what makes the heart of a fetus begin beating. For those who feel that traditional religious dogma defines what is right and wrong, remember that what one religion claims to be the “Word of God” does not always align with what another says.”

Jeff Maziarek, in “Spirituality Simplified”

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