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Religion Reflection Essay Meagan Veillion Chamberlain College of Nursing RELI448: Comparative Religions September 2016
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From the earliest of time religion has been a part of humankind. Religion is one of most significant backgrounds today. "The common translation of religion is to join again or reconnect" (Molloy, 2010, p. 5). There have been a huge number of meanings of religion. Numerous individuals trust that by constantly staying associated with a higher power or source, it brings a feeling of internal peace from inside. Religion is one of most amazing studies and talked about subjects known. Religion can unite numerous individuals in masses for profound associations. Despite the fact that religion can be intricate in heart, particular components inside religious conventions are connected and rise above into individual convictions of religious areas, or sacred religions inside themselves. Each religion incorporates morals, or implicit rules. I grew up in a small town of Thibodaux, Louisiana. I was born and raised in the Catholic church and I attended St. Joseph catholic church. Every Sunday we would go to mass and on holidays. I was raised on Seigmund Freud theory. He “theorized that belief in a God or gods arises from the long-lasting impressions made on adults by their childhood experiences, in which their parents play a major part; Theses adults then project their sense of their parents into their image of their God or gods (Molloy, 2010, p. 11).
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