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ed@kfa.org
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7 days ago

K: …Religion – we mean by that word not all that is going on in the world, the various superstitions, the make-belief, the hierarchical set-up, the dogmas, the rituals, the beliefs – religion is far beyond all that, it is a way of living, daily.

Jaap Sluijter
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Jaap Sluijter
22 days ago

In the Urgency of Change K writes: Is the denial of pleasure or beauty a way that leads to a religious life? To deny the beauty of the skies and the hills and the human form, will that lead to a religious life? But that is what most saints and monks believe. They torture themselves in that belief. Can a tortured, twisted, distorted mind ever find what is a religious life? Yet all religions assert that the only way to reality or to God, or whatever they call it, is through this torture, this distortion. They all make the distinction between what they call a spiritual or religious life and what they call a worldly life.

ed@kfa.org
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30 days ago

The key word here is integration

ed@kfa.org
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2 months ago

Unusual claim!

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