This question is for those who find wisdom in many faith traditions -- UUs, eclectic Pagans, etc.
Do you sometimes find it difficult to have "one path" that you commit to, knowing that all faiths speak the same truths and are, at the same time, prone to the same kinds of human error?
Do you find the one that speaks the "language" that resonates most with you, and follow it while accepting the validity of other paths?
Do you avoid having one disciplined religious expression, intentionally pulling from many practices and religions - considering yourself to be many religions simultaneously?
Do you feel scattered, like you'd like a single path to focus on? Do you feel drawn to a particular path, but feel that you can't commit to it because that would be denying other paths?
Answer by jessradtke at 2:28 PM on Jun. 1, 2009
Answer by spiritguide_23 at 11:58 PM on May. 31, 2009
Answer by Collinsky at 12:02 AM on Jun. 1, 2009
Answer by JCRestoredme at 12:13 AM on Jun. 1, 2009
Answer by bandgeek521 at 12:25 AM on Jun. 1, 2009
Answer by bandgeek521 at 12:28 AM on Jun. 1, 2009
May I suggest Celtic Tales by Barbara Leonie Picard. She presents the tales in the oldest form that she can find. She gives a little history before each one as well. I just finished it and found the tale Oisin, Son of Finn Mac Cool intriguing. It speaks to the way all the Celts would have originally looked at Christianity.
Answer by spiritguide_23 at 12:29 AM on Jun. 1, 2009
Answer by bandgeek521 at 12:29 AM on Jun. 1, 2009
Answer by Collinsky at 12:40 AM on Jun. 1, 2009
Answer by moonlitfairy at 1:20 AM on Jun. 1, 2009
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