|Posted by eleanormiller91 on March 24, 2019 at 6:35 PM|
What if we are all correct in the sense that we all have a partial truth to life?
All religions, including the nature religions, as well as the people who do not believe in any so called religion, but believe in the evolution of the human race.
There are those who beliee that we should all be full of love, compassion and selflessness as well as those who believe that we should be more concerned with self.
What if there is truth to all but we have not put it all together?
Different cultures learn the way they understand best. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but clearly we do not describe the picture in the same way. For we are all focused on one aspect of the whole due to the state of mind we are in or because of the teachings we may have received. Are we all right? Wrong? Or... are we all carrying a partial truth, that maybe if we bridge all our thoughts and beliefs, we may truly see the whole picture.
Is there really a right or wrong? Good or Bad? Or are they just all experiences for us to learn from?