A biweekly blog of short essays offering deep thinking on the meaning and purpose of human life

The blog is a continuation of its Hungarian predecessor reaching 1.3 million clicks
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The blog is a continuation of my Hungarian blog (its Google translation can be read here) operated between 2009 and 2012 reaching more than 1.3 million clicks. Posts appear on each second Friday and hope to please those Readers, who feel responsibility for their spiritual development, other human beings, their natural environment and for the whole World.

 

During the past years my spiritual life and thinking have both deepened and intensified. Since the beginning of 2017 I meditate at least one hour per day (that can be considered more and more a contemplating prayer), I regularly participate in spiritual retreats providing and requiring Silence, and I visit places offering spiritual engrossment. Besides experiencing and spreading love, values like wisdom and humility have become much more important to me than before. These changes are reflected by the Luther rose in the header of the blog that also refers to my Lutheran faith. One of the 2017 Golden Mother Award winners, Zsuzsanna Szilvássy Kecskemétiné summarizes the essentials of being Lutheran as follows: "This is an open, welcoming, very friendly faith.” I agree with her. Several thoughts of the blog will help spiritual enrichment. I hope that these thoughts will support deep thinking of those Readers too, who do not consider themselves believers.

 

I am full of ideas, which I wish to share with the Readers. At the same time, I also wish to learn from You. I invite the Reader to register at the blog to make comments, and join the blog's group at Facebook and/or at LinkedIn. I would like to thank Your help to build a deep thinking blog community, where members share and modify each-others thoughts!

 

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