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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on April 22, 2001 05:07:44 UTC

Perception/thought and belief are such internal things, for even if there were some entity in this universe which held such power that we would equate it with a god, we would still all see it differently, internally we decide what a god would be, then look for it. If we seem to find it, we test it, some have other standards for what they would consider a god, as well as different standards for the results of thier testing, and even in the nature and persistance of the tests themslves.
So what does it take to be god for you?
What are your criteria? And could there be such a thing as spirituality without belief in one?

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