Taking Responsibility

If we are really serious about being spiritual but not religious, it means that the responsibility for our own path rests squarely upon our ownresponsibility-ahead shoulders. Of course it always did, but in the religious world we had the option of blaming religious authority for whatever happened that we didn’t like. Now that option is gone, and in its place is the exciting truth that we are the masters of our own spiritual destiny – and the place were the buck stops if we have any complaints. That is truly an adult spiritual perspective!

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    • Bishop Craig
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      So true, and yet so inconvenient at times- which of course doesn’t make it any less true!

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