I saw the question below and I was thinking about this question. Some people pick paths not based on destination but based on enjoying the journey. Some people pick paths because they want to make sure they get to their desired location.
So if you were wrong about what you believe, would you stick to your path? Would you change it? What would influence you to keep practicing, or to abandon your lifestyle? What would you need to convince you that you were wrong?
Just some interesting questions. I think it will be different for all of us because we all look for truth in different sources. Some let their hearts guide them, some let spirits guide the, some let holy books guide them, some science, I believe I am guided by the Holy Spirit, etc.
So what are your thoughts?
Answer by nysa00 at 3:41 PM on Nov. 15, 2009
Though admittedly I don't think there is a right... so maybe the question is too easy for me.
Answer by nysa00 at 3:45 PM on Nov. 15, 2009
I would like to know if there is one right path and what that is or if there isn't one right path at all. I think that would be good information to have. I know there are religions that say they are, but I would like to hear it from "God" himself. It would bring a lot of peace to my mind
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