LIVED RELIGION PROJECT

THE STORIES OF ORDINARY PEOPLE

Anything is possible, nothing is impossible, everything is probable.

Anything is possible, nothing is impossible, everything is probable.

“What do I believe?” is too wide a question. “What do I not believe?” – that would be a narrower question. I do not believe that anything is impossible. That’s a double negative. And I would probably continue to compile a list of double negatives. If you’re working with probabilities, and you use probabilities to arriveRead more about Anything is possible, nothing is impossible, everything is probable.[…]

You cannot attain spirituality through institutionalisation. You have to look for spirituality somewhere else. Maybe in human connections, or nature.

You cannot attain spirituality through institutionalisation. You have to look for spirituality somewhere else. Maybe in human connections, or nature.

As children growing up in Delhi, our encounters with religion were very fluid. We went to the Hindu temple if there was prasad [religious food offering], to the Gurudwara when they offered free lunch; we played at the Hindu cremation grounds and the Muslim burial grounds…We didn’t care who was Hindu or Muslim. But afterRead more about You cannot attain spirituality through institutionalisation. You have to look for spirituality somewhere else. Maybe in human connections, or nature.[…]

I’m still a Christian but…I don’t go to church…Instead I meditate a lot. 

I’m still a Christian but…I don’t go to church…Instead I meditate a lot. 

I’m still a Christian but…I don’t go to church…Instead I meditate a lot. I grew up in a Christian family in Africa. My Mum was Protestant and my Dad was Catholic. I don’t even know how that worked [laughing] but it worked. So I believe in Christianity. But over time you grow up and youRead more about I’m still a Christian but…I don’t go to church…Instead I meditate a lot. […]