Do you believe in superstitions? Well, a great majority does, I dunno why.
Some try to copy the beliefs or customs or superstitions of other successful countries, thinking that it will work for them. No way! They will ruin your spiritual life.
You must know that believing in superstitions and doing weird customs is against God’s first commandment,Â – “I, the Lord, am your God. You shall not have other gods besides me.”
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You have a very weird and wide use of the first commandment
The key term in TFC is You shall not have other GODS besides me, I donâ€™t know why and have never heard TFC conflated it to mean everything and anything else.
that aside feng shui and superstitions are B.S.
Feng Shui is more than just a superstitions, it is one of the oldest Chinese’s culture and therefore, trying to remove it would just be the same as saying that you are a Chinese while you are in fact standing on its flag. I’m not saying that Feng Shui is something that should be done and put as the first prioritize, but all of the things in Feng Shui, even any single of them does mean a thing and they do not just exist without any purpose. Please, do further research before in fact offending any parties, because I have seen a lot in the comic part that attack other religion or party where indeed it does not actually make any sense. Please do not judge other religion by merely superficial analysis as you do not want your religion to be judge that way.
“Whoever praises his own religion, due to excessive devotion, and condemns others with the thought “Let me glorify my own religion,” only harms his own religion. Therefore contact (between religions) is good. One should listen to and respect the doctrines professed by others.” ~ Ashoka
“Do you believe in superstitions? Well, a great majority does, I dunno why.”
I agree, as a matter of fact, 60-76% of Americans alone subscribe to the biggest superstition in existence: Christianity. Why is that, exactly?