Torn Between the Two “Religion V.S. Spiritual”

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     During relationships, our beliefs are sometimes overlooked for love. It’s not until time has actually been invested into each other, the “important things” come to surface. A tug of war begins between the two of you. He’s more traditional with religion while you’re leaning on the spiritual side with God. A balance has to be unless; the end will take place instead.

                He loves to attend church every Sunday, sometimes even all the services. You on the other hand sometimes just want to cherish that one day throughout the week to stay home in bed together before the week begins up again. It’s not that you don’t enjoy church, you think it’s a tradition, more like a practice in which people do. Knowing God spiritually is more important to you which you try to explain to him.

                Since he is his a man of God, taking things into consideration would balance out the relationship. Trying to watch service at home in bed for a few Sundays then going could be a start.  The first thing is praying on it, because it’s not like one believes in God while the other doesn’t, y’all both are in agreement. The problem is religion is organized which can cause people to miss the point God wants us to see.

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     What if compromise doesn’t work? As a couple prayer is a part of the daily schedule, together, with praising and worshiping. It’s still an issue, because religion tends to have rules, he wants you to conform. Knowing the person he got with he’s trying to change you to match him, the key is to remember no one walking this earth is perfect.

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Author: Tiy Hampton

20 something year old New Yorker, that will make a difference. Open minded, talkative, only child. Shopping, traveling and food are my favorite. God first. I do radio, I model, I write, I report on events and conduct interviews. I believe you must do what you love in order to truly live. #ForTheLove

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