Jul 222013
 

Do Christianity beliefs differ from Christ? Have you ever thought how is it possible to have thousands of Christian beliefs that claim to be truthful and yet only one Christ? Does it mean that Christ and Christianity are different things?

A couple of days ago I met one minister, very nice person, and we had an interesting talk about a serious problem for many congregations today: people doubt their beliefs. They cannot find logical answers for their questions and, as a result, they are leaving churches and rejecting the idea of God.

It’s understandable: for many, God as an objective entity, and religious interpretations of God have no difference. It takes some contemplation to realize that eternal laws called by diverse traditions God, or Absolute, or Light are objective by its essence. The same time all human ancient scriptures and modern teachings, which describe these laws, are just interpretations. These beautiful interpretations reflect objective universal laws from various historical stand points, however our stories of God are not the objective “God” yet. Continue reading »

Jun 132013
 

Where do we come from     The question “where do we come from” has puzzled the imaginations of many people from children to religious and scientific experts as long   as humanity has existed. It triggers one into thinking about the origin of human beings, life and even the universe itself.

In this regard, the common layperson asks if we do indeed come from the mighty hands of one or many gods as folklores, legends and some Holy Scriptures suggest, or should we search for the answer within the unbiased boundaries of science, which operates on facts and concepts?

It is no wonder that those who are more educated tend to move away from the mystic realms of spirituality by drawing answers based on purely scientific evidences and theories.

More than one hundred years ago Darwin’s Theory of Evolution caused scientists to take a closer look and embrace ideas that link mankind’s origins to apes. Continue reading »

Feb 272013
 

The first time we question what we are, is at an age too early in our lives to remember. In fact, this natural curiosity is present before we are even capable of communicating our thoughts. Have you ever observed a baby or even a puppy closely examining their reflections in a mirror and trying to distinguish who or exactly what is looking back at them?  It can even be comical to stand by and watch as they touch, smell, and even bump into the mirror before finally coming to the realization of

 

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Feb 272013
 

      Ambiguous questions such as “what to live for”  or wondering “what is my purpose” often arise at darker times in our lives.  Although we typically seek answers to such perplexing questions when we’re filled with pain, disappointment, or even boredom, the answers are relatable to anyone regardless of their current emotions or situation. 

      According to the System Outlook the answers to these profound questions about what to live for are surprisingly simple. In the system reality of our Universe we, as alive systems, constantly consume energy in forms of air, food, emotions, and

 

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Jan 242013
 

Why debates on the proof of God have never been productive? The short answer: Because believers couldn’t step out of their belief systems and atheists continually stick with applying wrong scientific methods to exploring the essence of God.

Actually, Is it possible to find the real proof of God?

Yes, if you really want to.  If Truth – the truth of existence of God– is not your goal, no one can ever convince you to even consider a point of view that opposes what you believe to be correct.

 

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Jan 202013
 

Seeking for God? People who are satisfied with everything don’t seek. Only those who have a thirst for understanding, who have need for greater harmony, and who have more questions than answers about the meaning of life, love, and happiness will never stop seeking for God and Truth..

Sooner or later the door will open for those who knock. That is the law of duality, where every question must have an answer.

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Jan 072013
 

God vs science? Really? As logic is my passion, there is one interesting thing I noticed when it comes to discussing the truth: Often when arguing about the truth, people oppose “logical” science with all its discoveries and mind-blowing theories of creation in favor of an “illogical” God, assuming that various beliefs, spiritual scriptures, religious traditions, and God are the same thing.

I am not pro-any-religion or pro-atheist. No way. I am always pro-Truth. I love Gandhi’s words that there is no God above Truth. Actually if God is,

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Jan 032013
 

Что такое человек? Недавно просматривала youtube, пытаясь найти каки-нибудь свежие мнения касательно вечных вопросов, типа «что такое человек». Как автор концепции, объединяющей научное и религиозное мировоззрения, я стараюсь быть в курсе появляющихся духовно-филосовских идей. Помимо множества разных видео, я наткнулась на одно, обещавшее откомментировать не просто, что такое человек, но даже

 

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Dec 252012
 

 

Do you remember the very old story about blind wise men arguing who is right? They explored different parts of an elephant, touching the elephant’s trunk, tail and massive legs and they could not stop arguing with each other about what the elephant actually was: a type of hose or pillar or rope. This story is a very famous reflection of religions that are trapped in their rigid interpretations of God and blind to seeing the whole picture.

This story is incredible, though I think that its lesson goes much deeper than showing the limits of specific religious views. It’s also about our attachment to our personal

 

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Dec 192012
 

 

Why are these shooting tragedies becoming today’s reality? Do we lose more kids from terrorists or psychopaths’ attacks? We cannot blame anyone from overseas for taking the lives in Columbine, or Wisconsin or most recently in Connecticut, as the killers were raised in our neighborhoods by our society.

After the recent blood-chilling tragedy in elementary school there are some voices saying that it’s necessary to better control guns.

Well, we tend to see reasons of what’s happening only on the surface. But let’s be realistic, would gun control solve the problem?

No guns, no crimes? And should we also hide all the knives?

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