Can spiritualism, withpout hypocrisy, meet the biological requiements of food, shelter and procreation?
Asked by Ramsingh Sachan, 11 May '09 11:58 am
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A person who pursues his spiritual journey well, is also gifted with material sustenance in life. I know this sounds ubsurd, but its true. Jesus had spoken about the materials needs of food, cloth and shelter of a seeking man. He said \"But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; all these things shall be added unto u\" [St.Mathew 7:32]Answered by Shunmugham, 11 May '09 07:49 pm
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NoAnswered by meghanath, 11 May '09 05:44 pm
Spiritualism does not advocate to abandon duties ( the karma ) ,it will certainly help to enhance efficiency and productivityAnswered by yogesh chandra sharma, 11 May '09 12:03 pm
I dont think so.Answered by canaqa, 11 May '09 12:00 pm