Spiritual selfhood

If you’re like most people, there are things that you like about yourself as a human being, and things you don’t like. 

Most of the world firmly believes that we’re born into matter, that each of us comes with different material traits and characteristics. Some of these traits may seem pretty appealing to have; some not. The problem is that if we accept a material view of ourselves, we are basically accepting all the negative aspects, too, that come with an inherently mortal sense of identity. 

But what if all of the good things about you could be brought to the surface, and you could lose the bad? Does that sound too good to be true? Well, there is a way to discover your genuine, full identity as being founded on a sure basis, one that promises a consistent and eternal source of good. It’s a spiritual view of identity—one that is not susceptible to inconsistency or bad traits.

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February 20, 2017

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