Religion: Happiness vs Truth
Truth and happiness are not mutually exclusive, but are sometimes consequent. Happiness is a sentient being's acknowledgment of progress or achievement. Truth and lies can both cause happiness. But happiness based on truth always outlasts happiness based on fantasy, and furthermore, truth allows sentient beings to build upon and reach towards further, higher truths, which will in turn de…
Denouncing blind faith
...emotion cannot be equated to faith, as the first derives from reason, and the second one does not. Faith short-circuits the rational causes of emotion, producing feelings which are then held up as evidence and thus causal for further belief, resulting in a circular logic fallacy.
Religion, Spirituality and AI
Official website user Remodeling My Space asks: "from a perspective of social maturity, is there a difference between religion and spirituality?” Answer: Yes. The difference becomes self-evident by comparing the pragmatic meaning of both terms.