Spiritual head count LO13135

Trisha Shinner (p.shinner@qut.edu.au)
Mon, 07 Apr 1997 14:27:24 +1000 (EST)

I've been reading the postings here for quite sometime now and have
noticed that there is some evidence of religious or spiritual influences
coming across in the writing of some of you. I would be very interested
to know of the spiritual or religious leanings of (all) the
writers/readers (even if you have none). This may be quite simple for
some of you to categorise (ie. belonging to a certain denomination) or
might be a bit more complicated than that, but if you could take the time
to tell me (in as simplistic and specific a way as possible), it would be
much appreciated. Please include any info about moving away from one form
of religion to another. I would suggest that you write to me directly,
thus circumventing the 'me too' problem, but also in case anyone feels
that (a) this is not the sort of thing that should be discussed in this
forum, or (b) do not want all and sundry knowing about/judging them on
these aspects of their life. I'll report back the findings of my 'survey'
(maintaining anonymity, of course). Obviously, anyone who would like to
reply to the whole list can do so, and I'll include them in my round-up.

Any theories or guesses about the links between spiritual beliefs and an
interest in learning orgs from anyone else? Has there been anything
published about this?

Trisha Shinner

[Host's Note: To participate in Trisha's survey, please reply directly to
her, not the list. If you wish to discuss the topic of spiritual
backgorund linking to org learning, that would be fine on the list.


Trisha Shinner <p.shinner@qut.edu.au>

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