Ruhetag — 1 Comment

  1. I agree. Everytime I look at religions, I see all these ‘rules’ set in
    place as being sacred that clearly have a fundamental underlying
    purpose of maintaining the health and welfare (both physically,
    psychologically & socially) of those people who follow those rules in
    that place and time. I agree with some that as the globalization of
    our cultures has occurred that some of the earlier rules are less
    relevant. Because the rules are interpreted as spiritual and symbolic
    rather than practical, they then throw the baby out with the
    bathwater, so to speak, and give up the whole kit and kaboodle,
    without looking for the underlying practical inspiration of the rule
    and what is needed to fill that gap in today’s world. It is the old
    “Cows, Pigs, Wars & Witches” approach having gotten lost.

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