Life provides turning points of many kinds, but the most powerful of all may be character-revealing moments.
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I agree with you. However, I think you have over analyzed the issue. You are absolutely correct in saying that not one of us have all the answers. The fact is each new day, each new situation, new stimuli gives us a new understanding of our spiritual or religious journey. Each and everyone of us is born with the desire to seek spirituality. My evidence is atheist. They have sought God more diligently than most but concluded there wano God. But the fact remains they seek spiritual understanding just like ever other human.
When we speak to each other about spirituality, religion, politics, sexuality, etc, we must approach it from the view point of 'this is my understanding thus far. What do you think and what is yours? ' Yes! We will continue to disagree but we are meant to learn from each other...
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Be mindful of observational learning and frustration-aggression hypothesis.
The college professor becomes the parent of the college graduate.
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