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Consider the interrelatedness of everything in the cosmos as it is expressed in many indigenous religions. How do you think the importance of these relationships developed? What spiritual purpose do you think they serve for indigenous peoples?



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They developed with the experience gained with time realizing harmony could bring people together. Everything was tied and the facts were being stated.

That's a good start, except for your last few words. What facts were being stated? I suggest you expand your answer, giving more details.

Consider that indigenous people lived outdoors most of the time, with the sky, trees, grasses, birds, and animals as their constant companions. They saw themselves as small parts of this cosmos and came to revere and respect the cosmos and everything in it.

They developed with the experience gained with time realizing harmony could bring people together. Everything was tied and the facts were being stated, feeling the sense of mental stability and spiritual healing. The fact is, the development of a God be created by just about any occurrence done by someone or even something.

What facts were being stated?


They developed with the experience gained with time realizing harmony could bring people together. Everything was tied and the facts were being stated, feeling the sense of mental stability and spiritual healing. The fact is, the development of a God be created by just about any occurrence done by someone or even something. Example:
Most Australians believe in God. A large number accept conventional Christian beliefs such as life after death, the divinity of Jesus and the existence of the devil and of heaven. Many also believe in reincarnation, which has its origins in mainstream Eastern religion. Most religions (from what I can understand) have similar believes but all religions are different. At the end, harmony and spiritual wellness is what is being looked for.


Great -- except I'd change this:
". . .the development of a god can be created . . ."

Ok! Than you.

You're welcome.

I would change one thing:


"Most religions (from what I can understand) have similar believes but all religions are different. "

They don't seem to have similar beliefs. They have very different beliefs. As you pointed out in your previous statements saying one belief is the belief in heaven and hell and another belief is a belief in reincarnation. While one might develop a Theology that incorporates both, they are distinctly different ideas between Christianity and Hinduism. But, as you said next:

"At the end, harmony and spiritual wellness is what is being looked for. "

It seems they share similar *goals.*

Maybe change it to:
"Though most religions have different beliefs, they share similar goals."

Just a thought. Think it over and see what you think :)

Matt

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  1. I like the way you wrote it very much have you read the book by Fisher her new one? very inlighting like you said we all look for the same thing just differently but how (what is the spiritual purpose do you think they serve for indigenous peoples)? is it something ofr them to just live for or believe in?

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