I don't think that spiritual people are the same as religious people. There IS a difference. Spiritual people don't follow a set of prescribed rules laid down by someone else. While I believe that God doesn't care about beliefs, this really means that I don't either, particularly when it comes to my own thinking. I am my own person when it comes to thinking about spirituality. And maybe I should read more books than I do, but the fact is, I am more inclined to write than I am inclined to read. There is a reason for this. As an observer of this world, I write about what it is I am observing and offer my analysis of what it is I am observing. This is because I have an analytical mind that perhaps thinks too much and doesn't listen enough to what others are actually saying. But as someone once said to me, my Angels makes one think too much and one has to re-organize one's thinking to understand what it is my Angels have said or are saying to me today.
I really can't help but be the person I am, but then I am thinking that if I were any different from what I am, there would have been no Angels in the first place; and that in fact, I wouldn't even be here in this world today. So, of course, I am going to think differently from just about anyone and I see the world differently from just about anyone. I understand this about myself, because I understand the very nature of the kind of person I am. But the fact is, this is why I consider myself a spiritual person, just as everyone is, I think, a spiritual person. I can write most about this after we get back home. We are leaving Europe in the morning and this will be my last post until we get back. But the fact is that I have had the opportunity to evaluate what it is I do as Brother Ralphie and I will continue to do what I have been doing, except that maybe I will be thinking differently about a number of things. I am Brother Ralphie writing for my Angels from The Angels of Life Institute. Peace. Brother Ralphie works from his study for the promotion of Peaceful living and inner Peace with God. He calls this the “Sanctity of Human Life Movement.”