Some might suggest that finding and following our own spiritual path is dangerous. It is no more dangerous than allowing a group of people who have come together to form what they call a religion to determine what path is right for them collectively. In many situations, we are drawn in by at least the appearance of love, acceptance, and a family-like atmosphere. If these feelings prove to be genuine, and if our gut instincts confirm that this is so, then we have found a good place. However; if the atmosphere doesn’t extend to those outside the fold, if love is seen as conditional, and if our gut instincts whisper or scream that things are wrong, we need to listen and remove ourselves, emotionally at first, and then perhaps physically in the end.
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