Wednesday, July 21, 2010

GT:Spiritually

This week is about Spiritually, I am Buddhist and my family also Buddhist. Even my dear family is Buddhist. We have the Statue to pray at home, at my dear's place there is only one but my place more than one Statue. They are belongs to my mom and she is no longer living with me, my dear the one that taking care by praying every day. My sister is a nun now she has found the path that she prefers to go for life. She has her head shave in February, I saw her not long ago.

I am not a good girl, I am not praying every day.

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9 comments:

Rossel said...

We all have different views and beliefs when it comes to religion and spirituality and i respect that.

i am just curious sis, do buddhist and catholics worship the same GOD? i am a catholic and like you we have statues at home.

Vernz said...

really she, your sister is a nun? wow, I attended once a session of Buddhist monks here and I love the experience...Mine is up too at Woman’s elan vital

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K said...

as rossel said, we can't help it if we have different views in spirituality because being raised by different families, it will tend to be that way. i guess the bottom line is to respect each other's beliefs and just believe in the goodness of other people and try to do good as much as you can :)

charmie said...

nice to know you spiritually sis!

Happy GT!

Sherry said...

hi Rossel the statue not the same. It is not same God

Sherry said...

hi Vernz, yeah she is nun now.

Lucia ♥ said...

Hi sweety, thank you for visiting my entry on this week's GT <3

You know it doesn't really matter whether you pray every day or not, cause a prayer should be spontaneous, and one should not gorce himself to pray. It doesn't make you less of a good person even if you don't do so. I, for example, also don't pray daily :)

By MelCole of PA said...

I am a Catholic and I love my faith. You are a buddhist and you love your faith. And it doesn't mean that we have to tear ourselves because of that, right? As long as we respect our religious views.

Anne said...

followed you here sis...

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