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A Few Questions For You, Nahla : )

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on July 6, 2003 17:09:39 UTC

Hi Nahla Ghoneim,
You wrote:
"The basis of all true worship is God consciousness."
I like that. I wonder what happens if we feel we have experienced as much God consciousness as a typical human can experience. Do we still need to be told how we must worship -- what form that worship must take and how it must appear to others -- by other human beings (who hold religious titles)?

Nahla also wrote:
"Islam condemns over-pride and self-righteousness"
What form does condemnation take? Who, using the name "Islam," peforms the "service" of condemning those errors? What is the process for determing whether over-pride and self-righteousness are taking place? Is there a system for arguing against the accusation on behalf of the accused?
Is Islam an entity which performs this of "condemnation" and/or its more developed process? Is the word "Islam" interchangeable with "God" in your experience?
Thank you.

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