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handwriter

handwriter

Norway

May 5, 2013

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06:33 AM May 05 2013

handwriter

handwriter
Norway

I embrace and welcome all religions as long as they teach of love and wisdom -- wisdom being of the greater importance to me.  I believe that it is of divine instruction that we all allow others to worship according to the dictates of their own consciences.  What is 'religion?'  The word religion does not appear in the Old Testament, and in the writings of the New Testament it is used on three occasions only. The word religion has no one generally accepted definition. Sometimes it is used in reference to worship, whether it be public or private, and sometimes to distinguish between things sacred and those that are profane or worldly. Belief in the immortality of the soul is a concept that is looked upon by some as religious, and one of the most common uses of the term is the belief in deity or deities — a worship of God. The word religion is often associated with the pursuit of what is commonly called salvation, and sometimes with revelation from a divine source.My definition of religion is simply this: to live life and death according to one's true self.