Einstein States:"This firm belief, a belief bound up with deep feeling, in a superior mind that reveals itself in the world of experience, represents my conception of God. In common palace this may be described as "pantheistic" (Spinoza)."Religous truth, conveys nothing clear to me at all..."Denomination traditons I can only consider historically and psychologically; they hae no other significance for me."God didn't create religions, we did. If there is one common language it is caring for each other, as I do in my practice day in and day out. If this is "laziness", then I am guilty. How many governments using their religous affiliations to kill people "in the name of God". Just once, I would like someone to be honest...akin to "they killed us, so were going to kill them", just leave God out of it. I may not agree or support it...but at least it's honest.Saying that spiritual people are lazy is kind of like saying all people who attend church are monolithic. What's even more confusing, is the thought that IF I attend church (of course many would say it has to be "our" religion\church), you will be rewarded...virgins...heaven..etc; kind of like a carrot and a stick. I figure that doing, and caring is it's own reward. If there is something more...than so be it.Some people like things packaged, simple others don't.Eistein was saying really the G=MC squared. God IS physics. In as much as a "superior mind" created, already understands what we seek to understand, he is humbled. I don't think Einstein was lazy...nor am I....
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