Of course not - but each person will have a different meaning of the word spiritual, however slight the difference may appear to be when verbal comparisons are made.Quote
and I bet it's not meaningless to most at GHMB, Susan, '
even without a definition.
Nope. We all have experiences all the time, it is a personal choice as to whether we classify them as spiritual - whatever our personal definition of that word is - or not. To imply some sort of 'I-know-something-you-don't-know' sense to the words is somewhat bordering on the immature I think; it certainly shows a lack of objectivitty.Quote
You either have spiritual experiences, or you don't. If you do, you understand that sentence.
If I had remained a believer, it is possible, although highly improbable, that I might have maintained that some experiences I had had were inexplicable or could not even come under a don't-know heading, but fortunately this has not happened.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 21-Apr-19 07:29 by Susan Doris.