• I am the alter ego of an insane person. So I guess I'd make a great christian eh? EH? *wink wink* *fart* (oops) (boy this religion really DOES make you feel better)
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      I get that. I once called myself "generically spiritual" for a time. I read a lot of books (bought 50 actually, from B&N) about self-improvement and what authors like Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer and etc were calling "spiritual principles". It was helpful stuff. I liked the Celestine Prophecy a lot (but again, don't let the title deceive, I wont have ANYTHING to do with a god belief...and it isn't about one..just "generic spirituality"...things even a dog knows to do (being able to sense danger, listen to its inner voice and/or intuition. Good useful stuff like that (as opposed to hate thy neighbor, and religious instructions of that judgemental and exclude and frown on etc.
    • Linda Joy
      I believe in God and Jesus. But I love everyone.
  • Spiritually aware.
  • We are all by nature spiritual. Religious requires a specific belief system.
  • SPIRITUAL..I HOPE. A spiritual person is aware of Jehovah's standards, as set out clearly in the scriptures...and obeys them to the best of their ability... Whereas a " religious" person is obedient to the particular rules of the religion he or she is in... e.g. Tibetan Buddhists chant and hang a lot of ' flags '. This does not make them bad people [like bank robbers ] but it also does not make them Jesus. Jehovah does not have two standards. (Mark 9:7) And a cloud formed, overshadowing them, and a voice came out of the cloud:

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