Whether someone identifies as Christian, Jewish, atheist, agnostic, spiritualist, etc., I believe we all have a spiritual journey. I believe there is this pull to discover how we got here and what our purpose in life is. Those questions cause us to grapple with spiritual questions- the God questions.
“Spirituality means something different to everyone. For some, it’s about participating in organized religion: going to a church, synagogue, mosque, and so on. For others, it’s more personal—some people get in touch with their spiritual side through private prayer, yoga, meditation, quiet reflection, or even long walks.” (Psychology Today © 1991-2017)
My spiritual journey started along time ago when I was a very small child. It was influenced by my parents and their beliefs. Later, I would have to make my own determinations about believing in God and my spirituality. But initially, my parents and those around me shaped my belief and perception.
© Exposed Loving, 1.9.17