By Wes Annac, Editor, Openhearted Rebel On Saturday, May 5th, I made a post on social media about religion. I’d like to expand upon it here. I wrote: “Some of the worst people in the world are the religious ones who sh*t on everyone else’s beliefs/lifestyle. If you’re religious or spiritual, just be yourself and … Continue reading Make Religion Loving Again
Should We Tolerate Outrageous Beliefs?
Credit: store.gospeltrack.org By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness Terence McKenna once said that rather than tolerating everyone’s beliefs, we should willingly call people out on beliefs we think are outrageous. In his eyes, to believe something despite evidence to the contrary is to halt the intellectual and spiritual evolution of society. While he was known … Continue reading Should We Tolerate Outrageous Beliefs?
Love: Our New Way of Life
Credit: pinterest.com By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness No matter our religion, culture, skin color or anything else we allow to divide us, love can bring us together. We’re capable of unity, but it requires us to embrace love, compassion and mutual respect. It’s easier said than done, but it’s not impossible. Instead of letting … Continue reading Love: Our New Way of Life
Persecution in the Name of God
Credit: aattp.org By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness I don’t like to use the word ‘God’ when I write about our creator. I don’t have an issue with the word itself, but it reminds me of hardcore religious fanatics with hatred in their hearts, who judge people because of an imbalanced sense of self-righteousness and … Continue reading Persecution in the Name of God
New Age Condemnation: Another Form of Division
Written by Wes Annac, The Culture of Awareness While there are a lot of unique ways to express our spirituality, I notice that there are two primary ways people choose to express theirs. The first is from a New Age perspective, which promotes the idea that we’re physically and spiritually evolving into a higher state … Continue reading New Age Condemnation: Another Form of Division