To be universal, we need to go beyond our current wisdom. This is the only way we can reach divine wisdom and understanding. (This is the second part of the Religion of the Universe series.)
The basic universal rule is unique and very simple: Do not treat others like you would not want to be treated yourself, and treat others like you would want to be treated yourself.
For many years in 20th century Europe, those closely involved in spiritual issues witnessed the sophisticated spiritual activities of a very extraordinary man, Rudolf Steiner.
Actually, anyone who is called toward spiritual development is a candidate for proceeding on this path, so I believe anyone who makes any step toward spiritual enlightenment is on the path, even if their methods are flawed.
It's time now to rediscover our old friends, the old gods of humanity. Were they real or just myths?
Despite being a very significant subject, paganism is not well known and is often misunderstood. Because of this, we decided to investigate paganism with the help of two of The Wise’s contributing authors: Burak Eldem and Cem Sen.
Before starting, should we first ask if God exists? Did man create God, or did God create man? Which one is more real: the God of monotheistic religions, or the many Gods of the polytheistic pantheons? Or did everything emerge by itself?
Nowadays, I am playing puss in the corner with God, and, I must admit, I am having fun. The only thing is it compels me to think.