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Do you think that this new wave of people supposedly being “positive” , “woke”, “spiritual” or whatever tf they wanna call it — is a big joke?! Because I do! People are full of shit!

I would encourage you to reevaluate your assessment - many people have been positive and / or spiritual long before you and I were conceived. "Woke" is a relatively new phenomenon among those who are asleep and unwilling / unable to rise from their intellectual and bigoted slumber.
Do you think that this new wave of people supposedly being positive  woke

Do you think that this new wave of people supposedly being “positive” , “woke”, “spiritual” or whatever tf they wanna call it — is a big joke?! Because I do! People are full of shit!

I don't believe it's a 'big joke' as I'm someone that has been exploring my spirituality for seven years now. Maybe you are too asleep to realize how everything really is, and how amazing your life could be if you dived deeper into spiritual knowledge. Have a great night.

Are you outgoing or you fear rejection?

it depends really, like for me i tend to be an introverted person cuz i do feel more comfortable when focusing on my inner thoughts and anything that falls under the spiritual matters 😂, but like if someone invited me to attend a workshop or educational seminar things that go with meaningful discussion etc, i would never refuse. “Fear of rejection” i would say it’s something that must be fixed and i feel like a person should go out and get to know a lot of people. Like being withdrawn and uncommunicative it’s something bad 🙂

my university is offering language courses as a subject (gpa will be included too) and the option is Arabic, Spanish and Chinese. which one should i go for?

choose spanish or chinese.. if you want some edge over people of your age in practical life i-e CVs.
and choose arabic if you wanna see and learn your religion in a spiritual way.
choice is yours.
arabic does not help much in career, but it might clarify many things about religion.
but in both choices its you who need to decide what fruit are you craving for... now! 🌚🥀

A Wise Man Once Said....?💫

no_one__21’s Profile PhotoDanish Ahmed
According to the law of nature, happiness is not the
greatest good, struggle is the greatest good. One who escapes from struggle and tries to live in happiness, is trying to live in a fool’s paradise. This kind of artificial living is bound at some point to fall apart. Such people can live in a state of happiness for a temporary period, but then they are doomed eventually to become sad.
It is not happiness but seriousness, it is not an easy-
going life but struggle, it is not living in comfort but
being involved in hard work that matter in life. This is the natural path and it is by following the natural path alone that can one attain any real success.
Source: Leading a Spiritual Life | Page 304 | Maulana Wahiduddin Khan

Would you return to the Orthodox faith?

Certain ritual / spiritual aspects of it still hold some appeal but I question others and my inclinations may be too internalized for a codified belief system. When it comes to religion and religious matters, I prefer to remain on the periphery and observe - more opportunities to learn about myself / others.
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Have you ever gone hunting? If not would you ever?

SirensSilentScreams’s Profile PhotoFrankie Graves
I have been hunting before. It is not something I choose to do though. Per my spiritual practice I'm not to take the life of anything except to ensure my own survival. If I were starving or in mortal danger or in defense of others. Most Natives are avid hunters, but my ancestors are shaman not hunters. We're the story tellers, doctors, and priests of the people. We do not handle the dead except for special rites or kill unless necessary.

شو أكثر تغيّر صار عليك في حياتك وتعلمت منه في ال ٣ سنوات الأخيرة؟

HackerUae’s Profile PhotoUnknown ~
3 years ago I went through an intense spiritual awakening in many ways. it was a rebirth for me cuz i completely changed 🧍🏻‍♀️
it’s really crazy how much my personality blossomed and my mindset changed, I’m literally a whole new person with a different view of life.
I’ve learned alotta things منها:
1- انا المسؤوله عن عمري وعن حياتي وعن قراراتي ومحد له خص فيني لو منو ماكان وفكل اللي اسويه من اتفه شي لين اكبر شي
2-اكتشفت انه عندي القوه الكافيه و زود عسب اواجه كل شي بروحي الحمدلله وانه اهم شي ربي ويايه غير جي مب مهم
3- تعلمت احب عمري عدل +ماهتم لراي حد + ما احكم ع حد 🌷

Are you religious or spiritual, and if so what does that mean to you? How does it affect your life?

DovahMonah’s Profile PhotoDovahMonah
I'm not religious, no. I feel comfortable not knowing all the answers of "why" and how the universe we live in exists. The way I see it, everything that's happened and could've gone wrong but didn't during the billions of years since the big bang has led to me and the people I love being alive today. I find that thought pretty cool 😊 Science has revealed a lot of answers these last few hundred years and I can't wait to hear about the discoveries we will make during my lifetime ☺️
Are you religious or spiritual and if so what does that mean to you How does it

Are you religious or spiritual, and if so what does that mean to you? How does it affect your life?

DovahMonah’s Profile PhotoDovahMonah
i'm neither religious nor spiritual. i don't have any beliefs or thoughts of a higher being or inner meaning to life or the universe, and i prefer to take my life one day at a time.

Do you believe that good/bad karma exists?

Karma as a spiritual force, no. But I would argue being a good person will oftentimes (but not always) lead to others being good to you. Bad people, however, even the scales by cheating. So even if being a good person helped you out, bad people have means at their disposal to help them too.
I think social karma exists. People see someone doing good and positive acts and the karma passes onto other people.
You are more likely to tip at the counter if the person ahead of you already tipped.
The same goes for bad karma. You know how if one person doesn't acknowledge a situation (like a fight in public or a homeless person asking for change) that the rest of them usually do the same?
It works like that. I don't believe in a metaphysical force though. If it existed there would be a lot of homeless hedge fund bankers.
Karma probably doesn't exist. It's a very comforting thought, knowing that the bad guy gets punished and the good guy eventually gets a reward. Unfortunately, the world just doesn't work like that.
I don't think the universe keeps a numerical value like reddit does, but some people get what's coming to them, and others are on the side of the angels, they're just good people.
If you're nice to people, people will be nice to you. That's how humans work. If you're nasty to people, people on the whole will be nasty to you/ignore you. Again, that's how humans work. If you're mean to people and then get hit by a truck, that's just an unfortunate (or fortunate for everyone else) coincidence.
I don't believe in karma, I believe in statistics. If you're a good person and always do nice things, statistically more good things will happen to you. I don't believe there is some system keeping count of the good things people do.

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Are you religious or spiritual, and if so what does that mean to you? How does it affect your life?

DovahMonah’s Profile PhotoDovahMonah
I am more spiritual than religious in a sense that I focus more on the construction of my moral compass rather than ponder to find which religion fits my ideals if that makes sense? Although I am an Omnist who believes that each religion holds a piece of truth, but not in its entirety. I'm a deep thinker who always considers the multitude of outcomes before coming to a decision. I base my way of life off of my belief systems and my overall desire to leave this world in a better state than how it was left to us x

Are you religious or spiritual, and if so what does that mean to you? How does it affect your life?

DovahMonah’s Profile PhotoDovahMonah
I'm irreligious, I don't believe in any form of religion. My parents were religious though & since my mom died my daughter (10) has been expressing interest in religion and has been exploring it a bit. I think for her it's mostly comfort and a sense of ease, bc my mom talked about it a lot as her cancer got worse. I don't really love that she's relying on it to help her cope, but I fully support her exploring and forming her own beliefs/opinions.

Are you religious or spiritual, and if so what does that mean to you? How does it affect your life?

DovahMonah’s Profile PhotoDovahMonah
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I was raised in the belief of Christianity, to be precisely I was raised as an evangelian. But I'm also a little spiritual myself. For me, believing in a higher entity is to have hope that I'm not alone and that there is someone or something that guides and protects me. I think it also inspires me to do good and to work on myself, in terms of personal growth. It also gives me a kind of safety feeling that all of the people and animals, in terms of their souls, that I've lost are safe and sound, somewhere in the hands of God.

Are you religious or spiritual, and if so what does that mean to you? How does it affect your life?

DovahMonah’s Profile PhotoDovahMonah
I was baptism a Catholic as a baby wouldn't say I'm beliver thou in any of that I like even dodge jehovah witness when they knocked at my door I like once said to them didn't believe what they believe in and they wanted to come next day to make me believe to talk thru it but made sure never answer the door made out wasn't at home

How often do you pray? Did any of your prayers come true? ☺️

zeldalink1’s Profile PhotoViolet.
Since the Islamic faith is the core of my being, five obligatory prayers are conducted daily but heartfelt prayers can be sent up above at anytime, all are granted in the most beautuful of ways. But I haven't been entirely focused during my recent prayers, maybe that's why I haven't felt spiritual peace for a long time.

What's something good that has happened to you lately? ☆

Iittlestar’s Profile Photostar
"Moments In Time" by Alex
You might not know this about me, but every day that I wake up, breathe.. and get to experience life, is a blessing for me. So at the most basic level, I would say that waking up in the morning and realizing that God has given me another day is something good, something celebrated and something to take care of. And I do not equate good with the accumulation of material wealth or the pursuit of carnal desires; rather, I prefer to cherish moments in time. These moments might include time spent with family and friends, or it might consist of time spent alone writing or perhaps practicing my golf swing or performing music. I consider these moments in time an integral part of my life's journey that is comprised of a quest for continuous improvement, self control and an understanding of the self, which motivates me, provides spiritual guidance, and illuminates my life's path by providing a solid foundation where I can establish realistic goals, set objectives and participate in daily activities that contribute to achieving my stated objectives.
I am also a simple man with an unambiguous lifestyle and a deliberate and persistent thought process that reduces my anxiety while eliminating the emotional clutter that inhibits personal growth. This creates a healthy environment where happiness and joy can thrive and I can concentrate and focus on my goals. And since I am curious by nature, I feel compelled to ask questions so I can better understand how things function in the real world. My contemplative thoughts are where I seek refuge to discover and understand myself which, in turn, generates happiness that fills my soul with joy, wonder, good humor and a sense of purpose.
Thank You!

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Pengen lanjutin s2 kak. Ternyata makin kesini sadar, belajar bisa dmana saja dan kapan saja, apalagi sekarang semua serba gampang.

Bener banget, belajar bisa di mana aja. Jangan dipaksakan jika situasi tidak memungkinkan. Mental harus siap, fisik juga, kondisi spiritual apa lagi.
Aku juga termasuk orang yang belajar di mana-mana, gak harus duduk di bangku kuliah. Yang penting, ilmu yang kita miliki, yang didapat dari mana saja ini bisa bermanfaat untuk banyak orang ya. Khususnya keluarga sendiri.

faiza? what do you think about fasting?

The holy month of Ramadan is a special month of the year for Muslims around the world. This is a time when Muslims connect more deeply with their religion, reflect on themselves, and give back to their community. When it comes to Ramadan, fasting is a ritual shared by nearly all.
Fasting during Ramadan involves not eating food or drinking water between sunrise and sunset for the entire month.
Ramadan provides the reward of self-growth and the opportunity to learn more about our religion and ourselves. These spiritual rewards require hard work and dedication to praying, a commitment to charity, and willpower when fasting.
faiza what do you think about fasting

Don’t u hate when someone makes their whole personality about god?

No, there is nothing wrong with someone deeply classifying themselves with what they believe in. It's how some treat others due to their spiritual beliefs is what I hate. That includes those same type of "Godly" people, they are usually the most judgemental I noticed but I believe that stems from their own fear of being judged. Since that's what they expect is being done to them, by that same God. Idk. No hate toward any religion tho we are all just trying to figure life out in our own ways ❤️

[[well. I didn't know Violet feathers had this deeper meaning]]

onryotatarigami’s Profile PhotoNova
Violet: Prepare for a spiritual awakening
In being such a spiritual color, violet findings are used by angels as a way to urge your spiritual growth. There's something plaguing your mind, so if you want to hit new heights, then you'll need to open up about what's troubling you. On clearing your mind, you'll be gifted with a newfound spirituality that will aid your observation of the links between body, mind, and soul that you'll never have seen before.

Do you respect other religion such as Islam and Muslims people?

I am irreligious but I can respect all religious ideologies (and their practitioners) when religious doctrine can motivate and inspire acts of charity, virtuosity, atonement, introspection and self-improvement. I take issue with those who exploit or distort belief systems for nefarious purposes, but those who follow structured spiritual paths with sincerity and a desire to promote positive change should be universally revered.
Do you respect other religion such as Islam and Muslims people

What are some of your favorite books?

Bluuu44029’s Profile PhotoBluuu
A Course in Miracles
The Power of Now & A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle
Navigating Dimensions by Lisa Transcendance Brown
Way of the peaceful warrior by Dan Millman
Conversations with God
The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz
The Learning Revolution
The Seat of the Soul Gary Zukav
The seven spiritual laws of success Deepack Chopra

Are you a photogenic person? Do you like your photos?

🌷 In my opinion, nowadays everyone can be photogenic. With the right lightning, talent in the art of applying make up, using filter apps and photoshop image-editing softwares, anyone could definitely look attractive in their photos. They work like magic after the transformation.
When it comes to me, I honestly never really gave it a thought, whether I am or am I not photogenic, I couldn't be bothered. But talent scouts have approached and offered me a job to be on print add, twice on two different occasions - when I was 19 - 20. I reckon my body frame has something to do with it.
So, I guess I can say there were people who thought I would be photogenic. I said no to the job though because I was already on my spiritual journey. Though I wasn't practicing yet back then, I knew it would contradict with my faith. It was a tempting offer, but I don't like the nature of work and the lifestyle that comes with it.
Yes, I do like my photos but I don't really like having my photo taken by other people. And I rarely take selfies, if ever just to muck around. I rather take pictures of nature.

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Ever noticed we close our eyes when we pray, when we cry, when we kiss a loved one and when we dream. I think its because the most beautiful things in our life are not seen, but felt only by the heart? Whats your opinion?

Luv_freckles’s Profile PhotoM. Adam
Closing eyes is a form of SURRENDER..Surrender to God, our beloved, or the circumstances we 're going through..it's like a large bubble made of all the colors we desire and love..Inside the bubble is stairway that leads to another dimension..This dimension separates the spiritual part from the physical. Time and the momentary seem to be less urgent inside it ..a zone full of comfort and hope & with no effort we all surrender to this temporary dream !!

That was a pretty song but he lyrics were a bit of a head scratcher for me. She's a special creature perfect in every feature I thought of Sam but then I got lost. Was it a dolphin or a mermaid? Then the 2000yrs, was it a spiritual search? I'm very dense when it comes to interpreting things lol. 💚

Dani_xvii’s Profile PhotoDanielle S
head scratcher for me to Dani lol...no worries,
basically open to a thousand interpretations,
just that I like the lyrics a lot ,
main interpretation is some kind of quasi religious stuff but I don't get that at all.
and I thought some of the the lyrics a tribute to you and Sam and one/two other really nice people on here...
I think even the guy that wrote it is a bit conflicted about actual meanings .
so we're all in that boat [forgive the pun]...
hope all is good with you guys and that recuperation is happening apace 💚🤗😘

LMAO. Ok, tell about the great thinkers and philosophers who have described themselves as “very spiritual”. Name them. Are you talking about Oprah? 😂😂

> LMAO. Ok, tell about the great thinkers and philosophers who have described themselves as “very spiritual”. Name them.
Are you still having great difficulty reading / comprehending simple English? Where did I write that *ANY* great thinker or philosopher "described themselves" as such? As usual, you continue with these inventive "got'cha!" idiocies by implying or creating "arguments" which I haven't made. To be fair, all of your positions have been incredibly weak / comical and I understand why you resort to this tactic, but it is extremely transparent and it inflates your already bloated appearance of insecurity and desperation.
> Are you talking about Oprah? 😂😂
If this is your idea of a great thinker or philosopher, we have nothing further to discuss.
LMAO Ok tell about the great thinkers and philosophers who have described

And I was surprised that you said you’re “very spiritual” tbh because I’m assuming you’re a man and usually only girls say that shit

> And I was surprised that you said you’re “very spiritual” tbh
Based on your reasoning, I am a bit puzzled:
> because I’m assuming you’re a man
What does that have to do with it? Many philosophers, great thinkers and notable figures from history were men too and they have expressed similar ideas / opinions. Some women shared their notions and made similar proposals. This topic and its multifaceted inferences have never been bound to one specific gender.
> and usually only girls say that shit
Girls? Now I have a considerably clearer understanding of your reasoning - children might not have the benefit of our worldly or spiritual experience and foresight. In the future, try to base a higher percentage of your overall conclusions on the thoughts / affirmations of intelligent men and women. Otherwise, your risk of making childish assumptions could increase exponentially...

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People who say they are not religious but are “very spiritual” are usually annoying as fk.

Are you always annoyed by concepts / perspectives which are completely alien to you? If you possessed the capacity to understand / appreciate the nuances between codified belief systems and certain basic transcendent inclinations or philosophical / theoretical considerations, you might find the peace within your turbulent(?) existence which many others have already discovered. Best of luck to you... 👍
People who say they are not religious but are very spiritual are usually

Do you believe in soul ties? Soul ties are a spiritual/emotional connection you have to someone after being intimate with them, usually engaging in sexual intercourse. When you are far away from them and out of their prescence you still feel as if they are apart of you and apart of you is with them

Yes, most definitely. Most people view intimacy as purely physical, but it's also a mental and spiritual act as well. This is why it's extremely important to be selective when it comes to sleeping with someone as it's a very bonding act. I learned about soul ties from a pastor named RC Blakes Jr who has a great YouTube channel and books that help women with relationships. He has a great video that explains soul ties.

What is your religion/belief system?

I am irreligious but very spiritual. While I find codified belief systems highly intriguing for a myriad of reasons, I will not commit to any of them because I have too many questions which they cannot answer. My personal form of spirituality is a "work in progress" and it cannot be easily defined, but it provides the degree of strength, solace and serenity which I require for my evolution as a contemplative individual.

There an expiration date to everything, think as that as life. ⏰👀

Plausible theory but we mustn't assume death is cessation of life when it may be something that is more complex or beyond our current understanding. Testimonials from prominent physics researchers from institutions such as Cambridge University, Princeton University and the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich propose that quantum mechanics predicts some version of “life after death.” They assert that a person could possess a "body-soul duality" that is an extension of the wave-particle duality of subatomic particles. Dr. Hans-Peter Dürr, (former head of the Max Planck Institute for Physics) asserts that, just as a particle “writes” all of its information on its wave function, the brain is the tangible “floppy disk” on which we save our data and this data is then “uploaded” into the spiritual quantum field. Continuing with this analogy, when we "die," the body (or the "physical disk") is gone but our consciousness / data on the computer continues. Physicist Professor Robert Jahn of Princeton University concluded that, if consciousness can exchange information in both directions with the physical environment, then it can be attributed with the same “molecular binding potential” as physical objects (meaning that it must also follow the tenets of quantum mechanics). Further, quantum physicist David Bohm stated, “The results of modern natural sciences only make sense if we assume an inner, uniform, transcendent reality that is based on all external data and facts. The very depth of human consciousness is one of them.” Lastly, Professor Robert Lanza (Wake Forest University School of Medicine, North Carolina) also believes that the answer lies in quantum physics (specifically, the theory of biocentrism which proposes that the universe only exists because of an individual’s consciousness of it. Essentially, life / biology are central to reality, which in turn creates the universe; the universe itself does not create life - the same applies to the concepts of space / time which he describes as “simply tools of the mind"). Does life as we know it really have an expiration date? Religious convictions may answer the question for some but others are examining it from a scientific perspective and while many theories abound, I am not prepared to reach a final conclusion based on what is known at this juncture.

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What’s your biggest fear?

Hawk81484’s Profile PhotoHawk
The trees cry out as they die, but you cannot hear them. I lie here. I listen to the pain of the forest and feel the ache of the bullet in my chest, nobody gets the pain that comes from the spiritual aspects instead of the chosen ones who don't hide behind the fake image of God. They don't remember what they did to get in a situation like this. Its like they were born with the gift.
Whats your biggest fear

Tu crois au paranormal? / Do you believe in paranormal?

ZuzuSparrow’s Profile PhotoZuzu Sparrow
I’m a Christian but it’s gonna be a soft yes from me. I do believe in a natural energy that courses thru every living thing and it dissipates when it dies. I believe in a soul and a soul can sometimes get confused and wander the earth so it never dissipates. I don’t believe in ghouls in sheets or anything. It’s more sophisticated and complicated than that.
I don't believe there is ever going to be evidence for ghost or spirits because if the spiritual world is real it's beyond this life meaning nothing within this life can measure it we can't build a machine to help prove it's existence there for ghost and spirit sightings will always be personal and sometimes fabricated and open to scrutiny.
There’s some really personal ones that are too long to explain, but one example that’s pretty short is this time I had a dream where this man I had never seen but I somehow knew told me not to do something and it turns out my decision not to do that thing saved my life. This same person occasionally reappears in my dreams and one time he was trying to get my attention (in a dream) but I was waking up to a phone call. The caller was the name of this guy in my dream. When I looked later the call never recorded in my phone call history. I also play around with tarot cards and I have had the same card fly out of the deck 7 times in a row which is statistically crazy. It felt like this one card was moving on its own it was so wacky. Dreaming itself is one of the main reasons I believe there is more going on than meets the eye
There was another time me and a friend cut through a cemetery about 3:00 am, and was chased by two hell hounds. Plus about 200 or so other situations that came about because I am a medium, and I attract entities. I've had objects just fly off shelves without any visible means of propulsion, and barely miss my head, I walked in a room where people were messing with an Ouija board, it spelled out that I must die, then the planchette flew across the room, almost hitting me, before sticking in the wall behind me. I have a spirit that has been attached to me since 1993, that loves to play practical jokes, but she is also very protective of me when it comes to other spirits. There is actually her, and three other spirits living here with us, but the other three want to be left alone, they are very friendly, they just don't want to interact with us. All my friends, and most of my family believe in what I can do, because they've been there to see it happen. People that would get mad and call me a liar when I mentioned what I could do, one time being around when a spirit showed up, they were believers. Personally I don't care who believes me, I do understand the idea of "logic, and critical thinking etc...," but is the platypus a product of logic? or critical thinking? NO, it goes against all logic, but it still exist.. I didn't believe either, and probably still wouldn't if my gifts had not woke up and came to the surface.

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