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Re: Study on faith and mental illness. floatingbridge

Posted by SLS on August 20, 2009, at 6:13:17

In reply to Re: Study on faith and mental illness. SLS, posted by floatingbridge on August 19, 2009, at 14:05:24


> I've always searched for the meaning and my purpose.

I'm smiling because I have people ask me that question every now and then. My reply, although extremely short, reflects where I have arrived at spiritually. For me, it makes life just that much more precious.

Q: What is the meaning of life?
A: Life is its own meaning.

> Recently, I've relaxed my grip on those questions

You must be a "seeker". These people seek out understanding of all things, visible and invisible. If the Western answers to your questions still leave you empty, distressed, or wanting, you might try finding some understanding from Eastern philosophies. My spirituality and philosophies are rooted in a belief of what science has and will yield on the nature of God's Universe. That life be its own meaning comes from a belief in evolution and the biology that comes from it.

- Scott




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