“No religion has ever sought to unite all others under a one truth for the sake of our
world being a one place of one people living as one in all, which if considered for any
length of time, exposes the real basis of religion as being about itself and never truly for
a place of love, unity, harmony and grace"
But what if the word religion has been reinterpreted to such a large extent that we have forgotten the basic principles of what the word truly represents?
And what if we have turned our backs on the very principles that lay the foundation for life, for our connection to nature, to the stars, to the universe, to divinity and to each other?
Are we living in a way that acknowledges our inescapable relationship with the universe, with divinity and all that nature reflects back to us or are we living in denial of this?
Similarly, are we living with the knowing of the love that we are and equally see this in others every day?
And do we appreciate that our bodies are constantly being pulled to be this love, coming back to what is natural and therefore gives us corrections to offset our denial and/or refusal to accept this fact?
“If you understand what religion truly is, then everything is religion"