A Short Thought

People must find, abide, and thrive in, the absence of hypocrisy and self-righteousness in order to live life rawly as life should be lived. Life is to be lived rawly and one is never going to become raw as long as one holds onto hypocrisy and self-righteousness.

We fast relate hypocrisy and self-righteousness to religion and for good reason; but interestingly enough, we shouldn't be too fast to judge the religious! I have known atheists who judge the religious so severely that they themselves have become far more "religious" than the devout!

– C. JoyBell C.

2 comments:

  1. That's a good point. In fact no one should judge severely anybody.
    Have a terrific year 2012 full of blessings and joy!

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  2. Absolutely, nobody has any right to judge anybody's else religion and their rituals. You probably can speak about your religion but never judge others.

    Wish you a blessed and happy new year 2012.

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