This, couldn't get any truer.I think I'm leaning more towards the idea that it is the structure of school and it's learning methods that is making me miserable, because of its extreme inflexibility.
There is only one thing that can adequately fill that hole and it Jesus Christ. Not religion or theology or psychology or values or anything else. He is the author of life.Which is why I chose Theology in the first place. Religion and Philosophy is not enough though. I feel that they are trying to fill a gaping hole which requires more than that to heal
But the question is, what IS Jesus Christ? What is the Son and the Father and the Holy Ghost? Are they the representation of the splitting of light into three lines, one forward, one right and one left? And the similarly-shaped fleur de lys of Christian imagery? What does it stand for? Three beings, three concepts....Jesus was an angelic being, but he was simply a man who descended so deeply into the unconscious, into stillness, that he could perceive things as reality, as they really are, and not in the illusion most people see things through. Like the other prophets too, but one of the best, of the most transcendent (and so also of the most lowly and humble, not removed from us like a God, an icon, but more with us, within us, than we know). If he is the Son then maybe he is the Self that is the extension of the Reality that we call God, which is the Father (as we are a drop or wave in an ocean) and the Holy Ghost the permeating water, energy that connects these two concepts (God and creation) which are actually one and the same, three concepts and beings ever connected for eternity, out of the bounds of time, as one Existence...There is only one thing that can adequately fill that hole and it Jesus Christ. Not religion or theology or psychology or values or anything else. He is the author of life.