Mindlessly exulting teachers/traditions without being willing to examine their shortfalls/shortcomings is a sure sign that one is not ready to realize that all things possess instructive potential (and can thus be taught by all of life), a sure sign that (s)he lacks the clarity of perception to step up and become a peer alongside their former mentors…

And a sure sign that (s)he still needs a teacher.


11 thoughts on “Musings

  1. When I write on my “religious” blog, it often is to question my assumptions and those of others. How else will you know what you believe if you don’t question and examine it?

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  2. I’m not sure that your initial premise logically leads to your three conclusions, Kent, but I’ll agree that one needs to examine one’s assumptions if one’s ever to get anywhere spiritually – cheers, R ! chard

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