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This is an essay I've written to comply with some academic (unending indeed, *sighs*) stuffs regarding with individual's religious experience.

I was writing this shit in half-dream half-wake state of poverty inside a dried-air and stinky internet cafeteria. Poverty precedes every philosophy. I was so economically poor that I had to finish the mud’fuck for just one hour–equivalent to 10 pesos. 771 more words


On Gods: Part I

Fanatics have their dreams, wherewith they weave
A paradise for a sect; the savage too
From forth the loftiest fashion of his sleep
Guesses at Heaven; pity these have not… 1,191 more words


Walking the God Line: Finding a Balance between Theology and Experience

Religious experience needs good theology the way a traveler needs a reliable map.  A traveler with lots of enthusiasm but no map for the journey is a dangerous person to travel with. 

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Some Tweets on Mysticism

Mysticism:’the expression of the innate tendency of the human spirit towards complete harmony with the transcendental order’. Evelyn Underhill


Sensing divine presence in everyday at a mundane level is more accurate than “union”. 356 more words

Benny Thomas

C. S. Lewis on Transposition: The Meeting of Earthly and Heavenly Things

As a sort of addendum to my last post, in which I explored C. S. Lewis’ thoughts on the potency of scriptural imagery, and the role symbol and metaphor play in our knowing the world more generally, I would like today to focus on another essay of his, which deals with what he referred to as ‘transposition’. 1,591 more words

C. S. Lewis

No Thing

One day there will be no day

No thing

To call me back

Because it and I exist.

Only being with you.

No thing to distract… 48 more words

Spiritual Writing

"Christ In My Eyes."

I know it’s late, but I have to tell you this. 

I met Jesus.

He was not a vision, not a dream, but actually before me – I saw him in the Spirit. 373 more words