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  1. ( This seemed like a good place to post this, pardon me if I get it wrong...new on this site) I would like to address no.1 and no. 3 in the Getting Started post: To me, faith means that if I pay attention to the moment I find myself in, be it with another person or with nature or with a particular thought, I will feel connected to something far larger than just me or my small life. I will sense my connect to the past that contains but people and nature and to the future which contains both as well. For no.3 about regarding common grounds with different faith experiences: I experience a Science-centric Spirituality. From talking with people down through the years and from what I absorbed from American culture, my spiritual feelings, the raw feelinsg themselves, are just as valid and basically the same as those of people with Religion-centric Spirituality. The difference seems to be what triggers the feelings. For a person of Religion-centric Spirituality it may be readings from a religious text, for me it may be reading a text about a scientific discovery. I look forward to hearing back from others about this. Thanks. sradvocate.blogspot.com
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