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My religious consciousness is different from my ordinary consciousness There are a lot of actions that some people consider to be acceptable and ordinary but religious people consider to be a sin There are also certain objects places and times of the year that a non-religious person would think of as ordinary but a some religious people would view as very special From a Christian viewpoint a Church is a holy place It is thought of as the House of God When I go to Church on Sunday I find myself in a very religious mood On another day of the week Tuesday for example I might not think of God even once all day long When I go to Church I am thinking of how grateful I am that God loves me and I thank Him for the opportunity to live in this wonderful world When I leave Church it is very possible that my religious feelings will slowly fade away By Tuesday I might be back to thinking like an average American non-religious guy It would be nice to have something at home to remind me of the thoughts that I was thinking in Church on Sunday I do have some religious items but they are not displayed in a place where I see them every day Christmas is a time of the year when I am thinking about God a lot more often With all the decorations around the house and the neighborhood its hard to forget about Him I know some non religious people who celebrate Christmas but they do not think of it as a religious holiday To them it is just a holiday to be with the family and exchange gifts - they skip all the religious ideas behind it There are also some actions that might not get a second thought from some people but that I would feel guilty doing I would think of these
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