Is the availability of individualism crippling?

30 Sep 2019 16:43 - 30 Sep 2019 17:05 #343999 by OB1Shinobi
I tend to favor pragmatism...or at least, I like to think that I do. To my way of thinking, the "point" of a religious path is to provide people with the tools necessary to face the pressures of life. A social network and a psychological framework wherein people are able to feel they are a part of something or onto something that is meaningful (however they might define that) and wherein they find ideas, lessons, and experiences which bolster them as people; fostering traits such as resiliency, kindness, courage, truthfulness, responsibility, selflessness, etc.

Does exposure to this community have such effects on its membership? In my opinion, thats the question that matters most....and it's a question to which I dont have a definitive answer.

“To be impeccable means to put your life on the line in order to back up your decisions, and then to do quite a lot more than your best to realize those decisions.”
-Carlos Castaneda
Last edit: 30 Sep 2019 17:05 by OB1Shinobi.
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