The journey has been incredible (and I plan to continue experiencing it), as I discover that I, personally, have faith in the fact that there is no right or wrong religion or belief. That what each person believes in, is the Truth for them. That I don’t need to identify my spirituality with a recognizable title, but rather I can acknowledge that I am aware that there is something more incredible out there. I have come to the point that I don’t believe in just one God, I believe in every God, and at the same time no God at all, but maybe some sort of energy field or a Universal Truth. God to me can be anything and everything or nothing at all. All I believe is that whatever it may be, it is the glue that ties us all together and continuously influences the Universe.
In observing the beliefs of others and my own, I inquire as to why humans try so hard to understand what is beyond us. Are we meant to know? Are we are too stubborn in our own ways to know? Or it is so overwhelming that our trained timid minds prevent us from knowing? My interests lies in mostly this question: What is it that drives the Human yearning to seek out their Ishvar? Maybe it is meant for each individual to find their own Truth after all.