I loved this post. Really my thoughts on this deserves a post on its own, but….

What is this world? What is religion? What is god? I don’t use the term ‘god’ much for it has a lot of religious associations to me, so I don’t see it as the reality it is, but rather think of ‘god’ as a being I can’t stand. Yet, what is this ‘god’? To me, the way I view it, is that the world was created with the big bang. The energy that existed previously – to be the force of this energy and the big bang – exists in the entire world. The entire world is energy, is consciousness. That is what ‘god’ is to me. The source. The energy that exists and runs the world, that is the source of the world, that gives life to the world – is the life of the world, of us, of everything, and is all, just, just is. It all is. This is something Ashok wrote down really clearly.

Therefore, we’re all one. Religions come along and say, this source of the world is something that someone was able to tune into enough to receive prophecy, or connect enough, and knows what this source wants of us. Because we want to connect to the source.
All of that is good. It’s good so long as it’s about love and light and joy and connection. It turns its back on itself when it’s used against people. When it turns to preaching.

Love. Light. Glitter. That’s what this post was about. About tuning into the beauty of a source of a world. Love. Light. And glitter.

Keep sparkling. Keep believing – in yourself, in your beauty, in the beauty of the world around you, in reality, in your reasons to live, to be, because you just are, and because you’re awesome just coz’ you are, and coz’ just by existing you’re an expression of the source of the world, of the energy that is, of the what I’d like to believe is love and light.

Love, light and glitter

Musings of a Wanderer

I am a Hindu by birth. But if someone asks me what is my religion, I would say:

  • It is KINDNESS

And my God is:LOVE

My God is not sitting in a temple or a church or a mosque or any other place of worship. There is no god sitting on any mount or in any heaven!!

The love in our hearts is God! If we are kind, if we are compassionate; we are godly; we are spiritual!

There is no God outside of you. There is no God outside of me.

There is no God who can ever be explained or defined!

Love doesn’t need any language. Love is a feeling and it can only be experienced. Love only needs loving! And God Being Love needs only loving. God too can only be experienced.

Hindu scriptures describe God as: Satchitananda — Sat Chit Ananda


View original post 488 more words

15 thoughts on “What is Your Religion??

  1. I do believe in God and I don’t hate him. I’m sorry to hear that you have a bit of a turbulent relationship with him. However, I do agree with everything else. The essence of love and life!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. I am sorry I missed this yesterday – I sent you an e-card from Jackie Lawson to give you a giggle … it might have gone to your SPAM folder – I’d be happy to send it again if you’d like Eliza

    Liked by 1 person

    1. It was nice 🙂 thought I already told you so! It came to my social or promotion tab and I saw it before I saw my emails because there was only that new there…

      Liked by 1 person

      1. You did today in an e-mail – I would have sent it to you again, as I thought it might have gone to SPAM, so wanted to alert you. I thought it was perfect for you … rain and rainbows. 🙂

        Liked by 1 person

  3. My dear Eliza,

    The religion of love contains all religions, not in such a way that only one religion claims to be the true religion, but in its essence all religions speak about love and unfortunately there are also misinterpretations due to the time when these religions came into being, spoken partly from mouth to mouth, from translation to another translation – so we have to find core of it – and this is love. My Master Sant Kirpal Singh also says: “Not need to dig another well (religion), but everyone can stay in his religious surroundings in the way: to become a good Christian, a good Muslim, a good Hindu, a good Sikh and so forth.” He also says: “Reformers are needed, not those of others but of themselves…” What also Gandhi said: “Be the change if you wish to see a change in the world…” So it is us: we have to change in the right way and practice non-violence in thoughts, words, and deeds.
    To do this step we have to deeply dive into ourselves, to get to know ourselves, all the tricks our mind is playing with us, then we become conscious about it. Conscious means also to widen our spiritual horizon, in the end, to develop so much love that we are able to embrace each and everything, everyone. When our love grows for the One (call it as you like), for the Ocean of All-consciousness, then consequently our love is growing for All and One as One is All…
    We also have to keep in mind that the One has created man, but man has created religions. This power manifested in different holy persons, at different times and religions – once our mind is really clean and pure, this power will take a seat in us, will work through us – this is called to live in the Will of the One, our Father, our Brother, our Teacher, our Friend (call Him as you like), then we can become instruments in His hands.

    So what is my religion? My religion is the religion of Love: I am Christian, a Muslim, a Hindu, a Sikh, a Judaist and so forth – and no religion is able to quarrel.

    In Kirpal Sagar all religions are peacefully under one roof and 2 major World-conferences were held there with many different representatives from various religions. Our task should be to become a real human being to love, respect and tolerance for all, even for those who are evil-doers – we should be like the sun: giving the light to everyone and not ask if he or she is good or bad…

    Thank you very much for sharing this important subject, my dear friend Eliza 🙂
    Hugs and love

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s