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Belief vs. Spiritual Experience

Through religion, you are taught to have faith in God or the scriptures as being the infallible and ultimate truth of reality.

Spirituality doesn’t dismiss faith; however, it often leans more heavily on direct experience of the soul or divinity.

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I've always seen myself get trapped in the fine line that seperates religion from spirituality, the two seem to be interconnected however when you take a deeper dive u see how seperate they are.

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