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Can we have God in our lives without Religon?

Beleiving in God can be a very personal thing. Beleiving in Religon becomes a group behaviour. Religons at some level always get corrupted by Greed , Power etc. Yet humans always find a need for Religon and various religons have been around for centuries. More people have died in the name of religon than any other disease.

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  • Oct 13 2013: Yes, absolutely. there are many prove of that.
    Yes, for people who can handle it.
    Other, you need religion to guide them. have moderate feasibility.
    Other, you need religion to tell them what to do, even think, act. etc. rule, law.

    More people have died in the name of religon than any other disease. what religions are talking about? Maybe very few religions. Most religions are peaceful. there are much more than 1000 of religions, more than 10,000 in history or more. only very very few are violent and kill in name of religion. most religion stop existing because, people convert them or worse. however there religions that do not convert people, or cause violent in it name of god, or religion. (only, most probably defense it idea when converting or worse ).

    There are religions than do not follow order from priest or religious people, they have no real power.
    Some religion do not have god or gods.
    some religions have gods.
    some religions have spirits or supernatural being.

    Mostly when talk about religion we thinking probably most 4, most people do not even know more than 10 religions. can you name 10 or religion without wiki, or google it? How of you know more than there own religion or believe? .. or how many of you actually even know there know religions?
    If study other religion or believe without judging them, we will be amaze. (from there perceptive). you will know the answer to your question.

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