2023-04-29 Hello, world

Sat 29 Apr 2023 07:39:16 AM CDT

Surely any religion/philosophy worth more than the morass of its verbiage acknowledges something more fundamental and worth pursuing/knowing/experiencing than the so-called "world".

And yet how often do we encounter self-proclaimed adherents far more obsessed with matters pertaining to the world than anything allegedly spiritual?

Is it reason able to say spirituality is practically by definition focus/attention in/to matters not pertaining to the/this world?

But this is somehow rocket science to most. I see a whole lotta "form of godliness, but denying the power thereof" by remaining perpetually entranced in/by worldly matters, be it things/possessions or - even more so it seems - stories of interpersonal drama.