How do you practice your spirituality? What is necessary everyday? ?

For me, as a Christian, I try to read my bible, but usually I pray everyday. I often wonder if it is enough. I have sometimes felt that maybe I should be a nun, or a missionary, like I have to dedicate my whole life to it to be good enough. I know that sort of contradicts the whole idea of God having grace on me through Jesus dying though. I don’t know. I’m not looking for advice, I just want to know, how do other people feel about their own spirituality. What is required of us?

7 thoughts on “How do you practice your spirituality? What is necessary everyday? ?

  1. You seem like an honest person!
    To do all this things you must love God!
    The next time that Jehovah Witnesses knock your door talk to them!

  2. Love everyone.
    Forgive everyone.
    Show only gentleness, kindness, long suffering, brotherly love and patience towards all.
    Proper diet making sure the body carries the proper amounts of silver, gold, iodine.
    Pray. Meditate. Read things of a Spiritual Loving Nature.
    Seek only to do the Will of God.
    Keep God ever before you.
    Seek helpmeets. Apply helpmeets.

  3. Everything and nothing.

    I observe the solstices and equinoxes, i bless my home regularly and those of friends pagan and none pagan alike, i respect the religions of others as long my own is respected and i don’t try and push my choice one anyone not lover not friend not even my own child. i keep a small alter and give thanks to my gods and goddess for my life as it is

  4. Every day, I try to make sure I “walk my talk” and act in accordance with the things I believe. The most important spiritual thing for me is to put my beliefs into action. I pray whenever I feel moved to and I pray for all sorts of reasons, even just a quick “thanks for the great sunset.” I don’t force it, I do what I feel, and there are times when I go without praying. I see many people refreshed and renewed by some sort of daily observance or meditation and I sort of envy that, but it just doesn’t fit who I am.

    I don’t know how to answer your last question, it’s a very profound one.

    Edited to add: I observe the solstices and equinoxes too in my own way, and while I believe in God I don’t feel that He minds my acknowleging the changing seasons in ways that make me happy.

    Edited again to add that yes, I can thank God for a nice sunset without believing that He did it magically — I’m expressing my enjoyment of the beauty in that way.

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