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Many people have different ideas about what it means to be a spiritual person. I have observed that most people around me measure spiritual progress with the ability to do out-of-the-ordinary things. "Signs and wonders," "prophesy," "speaking in tongues," and even some types of acrobatics now sell like hot cake in the spiritual market. Most people cannot even recognize spiritual values in the experience of dynamic religious living in people around them.
As a dedicated student of The Urantia Book, I feel moved, even compelled to debunk the fallacies of popular beliefs about spirituality and point people in the right direction, so they can learn to recognize truth, beauty, and goodness even in the ordinary things of life. The theme The Fruits of the Spirit provides just the suitable material, as these fruits are veritable measures of man's spiritual growth.
Maya Anazodo is a sixteen-year-old reader of The Urantia Book from Nigeria. She has been reading the Book since she learned to read, as her parents were readers before she was born. In her sixteen years of life, she has learned a lot of things and had some great spiritual experiences. Maya has grown to believe the teachings of The Urantia Book and strongly feels that everyone should know the truths contained in this wonderful epochal revelation. She understands the concept of spirituality and feels immensely privileged to participate in this program.