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January 15 2013

Spousal Salvation

Category:  Ask Deepak


My wife is Christian, and I love her, but she doesn’t accept that I believe in other philosophies, every time I show her a different concept about something revealed to me, if it is different of Christian dogma , she rejects it and gets sad and sometimes we fight. I choose not to tell her about my beliefs because I see that it becomes a problem that I cannot handle, because she thinks that I am lost.and her sadness is about not being saved. I don’t like see her sad....any advice?


It seems your wife is content with the spiritual teachings she has already and is not looking for anything more right now. That is fine and if you understand and respect that, you can continue your spiritual quest without trying to urge her along in your direction. I understand that as you discover new and inspiring ideas, it is the natural and loving thing to want to share these gifts and experiences with your life partner. But it’s clear that if feels threatening and worrying to her right now, so the loving thing to do is to acknowledge that her own path, even if it’s different from yours, is perfect for her needs. Reassure her that your interest in other spiritual traditions and ideas will not jeopardize your salvation in any way, but in fact will only strengthen your spiritual destiny and connection to the divine.


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  • Yes, it is everybody`s goal to find the `ultimate truth` inside and everything you experience is a `lesson` towards it. What religion and also science is constantly forgetting is that it is an individual goal and no two persons are the same. As long as we are convinced that our own findings should also be the findings of someone else, we have lessons to learn.....

    YourSoul // 2013-01-16 08:25:56 // //
  • Yes Dori I agree with you; everyone makes his or her own choice. In the end we will all love eachother, no matter which religion we believe: that is universal love!

    Rudolf Vobornik // 2013-01-16 15:35:40 // //



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  • There are many different worldviews here in the 21st century. It,s interesting to investigate the major ones and what portrait each one paints upon the life canvas .

    Zach // 2013-01-21 16:20:02 // //
  • Everybody does have different believes in different religions but if she doesn`t want to listen to any reasoning of your believes, it can damage the relationship by different believes. Therefore, do share with her in bits and pieces but change the style you share maybe one day she might be able to understand one day .. just use a more convincing way to make her understand .

    muzu // 2013-01-21 13:12:22 // //
  • I am dealing with same issues.its going to take sometime for your wife to adjusf with your new`s seems to me that you have a spiritual mind and your wife have a religious mindset. This is a major differences. A spiritual minset person is somone. Who sees things with the eyes of faith or intuiation. A religious mindset person is someone who sees things as it is which is seeing with their natural eyes. The hard part is, it`s best not to say much if you think it going to destroy your marriage. Keep religious and spiritual conversation sample and short. If she ask any opnion on spiritual truth, think and respond with an accurate answer.your intuition will you with that. Try your best not to look arrogant but be truthful and boldly. When she is in the process of adjust to the true essence of reality which the true essence of things, take baby step with her. High spiritual truth can choke her.take it really slow. Good luck!

    mackenly paul // 2013-01-19 14:57:29 // //
  • Hello, I am sorry to be so cryptic, but (thinkingit over) myadvice to your wife is to investigate Australian theologicalist Barbara Thiering.

    dchristainsen // 2013-01-19 08:44:39 // //
  • nice

    abhishek // 2013-01-19 04:40:31 // //
  • quiero ir a conocer a deepak ch vivo en baja california tijuana cual es la direccion...

    Patricia Ponce // 2013-01-19 02:01:05 // //
  • Love how you answered that Deepak! Fighting any kind of natural spiritual feelings will only lead you to be confused. Accept then take each step as it comes to you. Convincing anyone of your beliefs will only leave both of your unsatisfied and upset. Go with the flow and let the natural shift happen inside of you gradually... Who knows, perhaps both of you will meet in middle ground and perhaps learn from each other at the same time.

    Love // 2013-01-19 01:21:01 // //
  • But dnt you feel he will slowly & steadily move away from her if he dont try to guide her also in same direction? They both will loose each other in case, both r not on same path or atleast nearby.

    mitul // 2013-01-19 00:11:48 // //
  • Don't sweat the small stuff Deepak !!! To each their own.

    Jan Silvestro // 2013-01-18 08:29:30 // //
  • Accepting one self n others ...n especially our spouse is very important in healthy relationships. ACCEPTANCE N ACKNOWLEDGEMENT both are of key importance to a relatonship building ,seves as Oxygen to a person.

    Saima Liaqat // 2013-01-18 03:05:50 // //
  • Beautiful answer !

    hobbes // 2013-01-17 15:59:18 // //
  • I like the question and I like the answer..... <3

    Åsa Karlsson // 2013-01-17 15:33:46 // //
  • Sometimes all you can do is follow your beliefs without sharing them with the people you love. If those beliefs make a positive change for you people you love are going to notice that and ask to introduce to them what you have learned. Maybe she is not ready yet to accept other philosophies and receive new informations and you can`t make her to accept them.

    Teodora Stojanovska // 2013-01-17 15:14:26 // //
  • I like that!!

    Troy Brazil // 2013-01-17 02:34:00 // //
  • El dejar en libertad amando y respetando puede ser un buen camino que los una cada ves más

    Luisa Camberos // 2013-01-16 23:07:44 // //
  • if we squerrel like children,where we r in the spiritual world..GOD is 1..but there r different paths to reach him.That is Religion.What religion we like? is our choice..thank uuuuu.....................................

    Kumara Datta Sarma Regilla // 2013-01-16 22:40:37 // //
  • Mr. Chopra , all things should be done in love, allow me to add I understand his wife's concern having walked the new age spiritual path for many, many years and taught it as well for over 20 years until I had an encounter with Christ.

    Pamela Sue Therrien // 2013-01-16 20:13:15 // //
  • Beautiful, most perfect answer Deepak x

    Louise Korol Shannon // 2013-01-16 19:34:28 // //
  • Religion beliefs are very important to discuss before marriage especially what you intend to raise your family. It is as real an issue as money, working and where you will live.

    Suanne Sykes // 2013-01-16 18:35:14 // //
  • Dear Deepak, would you kindly let us know more about Rita, many of us fell in love with her after your latest post, but it is almost impossible to find information about her in internet. Please let us share Rita with you, some we have become super devoted to her and we would love to exchange info with her also. Would that be possible? Love, love, love.... Thank you, Patricia Pal

    Patricia Pal // 2013-01-16 17:53:43 // //
  • My partner thinks the whole god thing is silly... I love him anyway... 3:)

    Robin Evans // 2013-01-16 17:20:27 // //
  • I thing talking about religion is about RESPECT . We all have to respect what people believe because each one of us has a way to go and we, ourselves known what the way our heart and soul need to be. So, if we have RESPECT the people choices we can get along with everybody and that is no necessary to hide anything because we have the RESPECT about ourselves.

    Jo Laureano // 2013-01-16 15:45:56 // //
  • Yes Dori I agree with you; everyone makes his or her own choice. In the end we will all love eachother, no matter which religion we believe: that is universal love!

    Rudolf Vobornik // 2013-01-16 15:35:40 // //
  • Yes, perfect. And try showing her the message of Jesus through the Urantia Book. It is a more full and clear account of the teachings of Jesus. Show her paper 140. True love and spirituality will be evident. Peace and love to all of you following deepak, and to the rest of our brothers and sisters sharing this planet with us :-)

    Garrett Peterson // 2013-01-16 15:05:06 // //
  • Yes of course the best practice is you let people free and live and let live, Ladan Palabod

    Ladan Amin // 2013-01-16 14:40:14 // //
  • Love this message. If were all were to respect each other, there would be no wars.

    Staci Youngman-Hutchison // 2013-01-16 14:23:46 // //
  • It seems so often that people are liking or disliking a fabrication of the mind that wants to judge everything. What we choose to like or dislike is so much the image in our own minds.

    Susan Michele Meyer-Corbett // 2013-01-16 14:12:09 // //
  • I like the response, but still considder Deepak Chopra a dishonest nutcase. Raised as a Lutheran myself, I married an agnostic, a Catholic and a Muslim converted Christian. Mahatma said: like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ." Now there was a guy who saw through things.

    Flemming Jespersen // 2013-01-16 12:49:40 // //
  • Adevarat!

    Mihaela Elena El Husseiny // 2013-01-16 11:59:14 // //
  • Thank you. Replace WIFE with SISTER,FRIEND,CO WORKER,CHILD ,ETC ETC.....

    Dori Balistrieri // 2013-01-16 11:52:13 // //
  • what would we do without you, Deepak! thanks for sharing! blessings

    Dallas Eubanks // 2013-01-16 11:14:03 // //
  • Loved Websites Websites Deepak Chopra -BARNES & NOBLE | How to Know God: The Soul's ... How to Know God is Deepak Chopra's writing at ... explores the different ways people apprehend God. Chopra contends that there are seven responses to God and ... Deepak Chopra -How to know God! !!

    Nels Sterling Bentson // 2013-01-16 10:59:25 // //
  • Lo malo con la gente es que se cree dueña de la verdad, y no acepta ninguna otra opinión que no sea la suya por queeeeeeeee yo me pregunto?????????

    Cecilia Lopez // 2013-01-16 10:50:09 // //
  • My understanding of this post is not that he is trying to convert his wife but that she is not accepting of what he believes. Having seen this close up and personal, I know that the person who believes they're right and the other is wrong can cause a host of difficulties for their partner. This note didn't suggest he felt that way but his mate did.

    Dottie Barker // 2013-01-16 10:39:45 // //
  • Most people will be SO very surprised the day they die. There's NO religion what so ever on the other side. Jesus is a great inspiration for me, but he was not Christian and he did not found Christianity. Others did. . . in his name. Today he is Master Sananda and LOVE is still his only religion.

    Ingela Kolbrand-Gustavsson // 2013-01-16 10:38:33 // //
  • Riuscire a pensare l'altro come "anche più meritevole di me"nella sua ricerca ,non solo religiosa,ma di qualsiasi tipo :umana,politica,spirituale, è davvero la più grande delle conquiste a cui si possa e si debba tendere. Vale la pena di cercare di uscire dalla propria singola logica; non è l'unica che esista

    Flavia Argenti // 2013-01-16 10:38:04 // //
  • Talk Catholicism to a Catholic .

    Albert Poon // 2013-01-16 10:30:43 // //
  • I am a Buddhist : so I am at the same time ,a catholic,a christian,a hindu,a muslim,a sikh and each and every kind of practitioner .

    Albert Poon // 2013-01-16 10:30:00 // //
  • Unconditional love does not criticize anyone for there spiritual beliefs. That is what is needed in the relationship mentioned here.

    Rita J. Scott // 2013-01-16 10:16:17 // //
  • My mother asked her Lutheran pastor,"How will I be happy in heaven knowing that my daughter is in hell?" (ah, that would be me ;-) ). He answered, "Oh, don't worry, you will not even remember you had a daughter." ! That, believe it or not, brought her great comfort.

    Gaylyn Lauderdale // 2013-01-16 10:01:33 // //
  • The ideal partner is the one that believes in you as much a you believe in them. Still looking for mine :)

    Maria Castro // 2013-01-16 09:22:08 // //
  • Buenos días!!!! Ser familia o ser pareja no quiere decir que tengamos los mismos pensamientos, aficiones, creencias, todos somos únicos y ejercemos el libre albedrío cierto???

    Adriana Patricia Granja // 2013-01-16 09:05:33 // //
  • I have the same issue with my Mother. It's really hard to deal with her telling me that I'm going to hell and that I am a lost soul. I've tried to explain to her that this is not the case and that we are on different spiritual paths but it still stings a bit when she says it.

    Tiffany Emfinger // 2013-01-16 08:58:36 // //
  • I like the response

    Sherri Goodman Clamper // 2013-01-16 08:58:04 // //
  • It is extremely difficult to reason with a fundamentalist christian and help them see that you are not lost. It is practice to still love them. A scripture that may help is "God is not willing that any should perish."

    Jean Borne McCaulley // 2013-01-16 08:35:12 // //
  • Bernadette: go back and read Luke 6:37: ""Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven."

    Chris Westgate // 2013-01-16 08:35:00 // //
  • Yes, it is everybody`s goal to find the `ultimate truth` inside and everything you experience is a `lesson` towards it. What religion and also science is constantly forgetting is that it is an individual goal and no two persons are the same. As long as we are convinced that our own findings should also be the findings of someone else, we have lessons to learn.....

    YourSoul // 2013-01-16 08:25:56 // //
  • As a spiritual person, I certainly can understand the husband's point of view...and I actually think there is no other best way to handle this. BUT, most Christians are very single-minded and will continue to believe he is "lost" or "damned".

    Barbara Runge // 2013-01-16 08:24:16 // //
  • I have remained a practising catholic, grateful for the grounding in faith. However, my interest in spirituality in all its forms has grown & continues to expand as I seek for explanations and answers to the questions arising from the many concepts and beliefs that exist. I agree that we all have different paths to tread in our search for God.

    Christine Donegan // 2013-01-16 08:24:04 // //
  • The devil is a liar.... the only way into heaven is confessing with your tongue and believing in your heart that Jesus is lord and he died to save us. We most be born again. People seek God's kingdom by growing closer the whole world needs to know the truth.... we are destroying his earth and ourselves by allowing satan to blind us. Your wife is right exploring other religions is worshipping idols...the bible tells us that There is only one true God and he gave forth his son to die for our sins so that we may be saved.... don't curse your generations to come... your wife has the right belief explore with her.

    Bernadette Michael // 2013-01-16 08:10:31 // //
  • I wish that religion never broke love:

    Robert Tousignant // 2013-01-16 08:05:03 // //
  • Deepakji Greetings from Nepal, land of Himalayas..let me invite to our holy land Nepal. Thank you for sharing your feelings.

    Rakesh Lakhey // 2013-01-16 07:44:00 // //
  • Well said

    Sara Karina Laroche // 2013-01-16 07:43:01 // //
  • I didn t feel he was trying to impose his beliefs on his wife, I felt he had the need to share them with her, instead of keeping his beliefs as a might be uncomfortable not to be able to show who you really are to your life partner. I guess he could try, through love and respect, to make her understand that he respects her choice and religious path and would like her to understand his. Acceptance (from both sides) might be needed.

    Carina Edenburg // 2013-01-16 07:29:02 // //
  • I returned to the church of my childhood (Catholic) after much spiritual seeking. It is right for me. On the other hand someone else's relationship with God is their own business not mine. I am completely unthreatened by other's beliefs or seeking. To each their own. God has many ways of reaching us all.

    Lynne Callahan // 2013-01-16 07:08:00 // //
  • We need pay atention at our wifes ever.

    Jose Luis Huesca Rodriguez // 2013-01-16 07:04:43 // //
  • Great Response! :-) <3

    Tamara Jean Holmquist // 2013-01-16 06:46:52 // //
  • muy byen

    Francisco Witschoreck // 2013-01-16 06:15:24 // //
  • Great advice.

    Akber Wali // 2013-01-16 06:14:23 // //
  • Good answer Chopra! This situation can happens with anyone....

    Fabio Barbam // 2013-01-16 05:15:02 // //
  • To me God is every where and you do not have to belong to any church or religious,to me religious is,if you see hunger feed them if you see people have no cloths dress them,and if you have no money to do all these give them a hug a smile and try to help in some way.Do not take me wrong I respect every ones religious but I have my own way of feeling good and make other feel the same.I am going through the same turmoil,because my husband is Ill and he changed its difficult to deal with but slowly slowly I understand him and learn to agree on disagree.Love is in sickness and in health.Went though Cancer in 1986 & 2003 and my attitude healthy eating meditatation & Yoga let me survive,but not every one has the same beliefs as I, so every one has to walk its own path.xxoo

    Helen Pataki // 2013-01-16 04:56:37 // //
  • precious

    Eleni Solange // 2013-01-16 04:42:23 // //
  • love D

    Constance Pappas // 2013-01-16 04:14:14 // //
  • my wife born again christian too and i am more spiritual who reads books on various wisdom traditions and your answer is a great help

    Thurston Overberg // 2013-01-16 04:10:47 // //
  • Thank you for asking this & also, thank you for the answer. I was raised in what I believe was a very conservative Christian family. My father was a very devout man. As I grew older, I saw inconsistencies in my own organized Religion. I`m Christian by default, but now I`ve discovered I am seeking "the truth" whatever that may be. However, I empathize (not sympathize, but truly empathize) as one of my youngest sister`s has recently becomed "saved" and preaches enthusiastically what she "encourages" me to do. Riddled with guilt from the past and never having felt wholly "accepted" (this may have something to do with losing our father when she was just 12), she finds this her liberation from guilt and her answer to life. I am fine with that--I`ve been there with the excitement to have Jesus as a reason to turn my life around. She is no longer partying and drinking every night (and driving home drunk occasionally). These were all problems for a while, so I am glad that is over now. However, the pang to my heart, which has been "the thorn in my side" (my own struggle with frustration, hurt, care & anger) since she got saved is the fact that she no longer heeds anything I have to say (as she did when she was the "non-religious" one in the family) & continuously "encourages" me to do and read the things she feels is the right way. I feel pushed and intruded upon when she continues to preach certain idealities despite what I`ve shared I do not believe in. It is as if she never heard me. I think the more you love someone, the more painful this can be--especially if you see that your differences cause them sadness and pain. I`ve always believed that love was the answer and even as a Christian, I suspected for the longest time that the best way to tell the true Christians from the "political" or self-righteousness driven ones is if you can see love at the base of their actions when all`s said and done. I share in your pain & will continue to hold love as my reason to share in her ways. Again, thank you for asking this. I am strengthened to see that you were courageous enough to share your separate spiritual "beliefs" with your wife as I often struggled with the decision to do so with my own two youngest sisters for fear I may hurt them.

    Sharing in your pain // 2013-01-16 04:09:24 // //
  • if it was my wife I'd keep her away from my kids

    Rob J. Crowley // 2013-01-16 04:09:21 // //
  • it is very personal...each one of us has inside him the illumination guided by his one soul e GOD...!

    Paula Maldini // 2013-01-16 03:39:35 // //
  • but what happened to harmony and balance? good answer but let's all be realistic, eh oh well.

    Hannah Morin // 2013-01-16 03:39:13 // //
  • WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE!! What she is doing is manipulating her husband into her beliefs. Not Christlike. At all. Funny how Christians call it saving someone. Sorry but my gods aren't short of salvation or money.

    Ravyn Yidette-Green // 2013-01-16 03:38:28 // //
  • Love it.. Thank you.

    Albert Barkho // 2013-01-16 03:22:51 // //
  • Your wife is worried about the destination of your soul. While you delve into other philosophies. All I have to say is women are typically right. Most religions or philosophies only deal with the short time on earth, while Christianity primarily deals with the the well being of your soul. Engage The Bible, give it the same attention you give other philosophies. At least then yoou can say to your wife. I tried God.

    Mel Avante // 2013-01-16 03:11:19 // //
  • <3

    Miracles Seven // 2013-01-16 03:05:17 // //
  • I agree with Dennis, but have seen in own my life, what Deepak says, no good to try to be a missionary for more open views. People have to develop at their own speed. We cannot force faith on anyone. This is what has caused so much violence and hatred throughout history.

    Kristine Skancke // 2013-01-16 02:53:31 // //

    Cindy Graybeal // 2013-01-16 02:45:11 // //
  • the fun fact is, that jesus never wanted to be seen that way, christians do today. He wanted the we're see him as one of us, as our brother to walk with him together. Because he knew that we are all one. He said 'he and the father are one' and that we are all his brothers(and sisters)' and that we are all gods. Because god and we're all are one. It is all in the bible. I think the christians really should read their own book ;)

    Dennis Kluge // 2013-01-16 02:39:34 // //
  • I have lost two(what I thought to be ) very good friends, over religion. They have been very devout in their belief system, although they did not belong to the same faith. Both eventually accused me of talking to demons when I pray, that I'm going to hell, and have tried their best to "save" me. Failing that, I was given up for lost, then rejected and abandoned. One friend said it would be too painful for her to be my friend in this life, only for me not to join her in the rapture. She ended our BFF friendship of 24 years, just like that.

    Tracy Higginson // 2013-01-16 02:35:36 // //
  • All 'beliefs' carry at their heart a Love for our divine creator. There are so many areas we can agree upon and grow from one another...yet we focus so much on the areas of disagreement. This is the first fundamental we must change in ourselves.

    Sparks Of Life Ministries // 2013-01-16 02:18:06 // //
  • hihhi

    Sandra Weber // 2013-01-16 02:09:35 // //
  • As for me, "wife" is "W-ORRIES I-NTENDED F-OR E-VER". That is why I am happily single (not sadly double). I have no worries! Ha! Ha!

    Somasundaram Venkateswaran // 2013-01-16 01:59:25 // //
  • It will difficult to live together with a Christian who feels that you are destined for eternal damnation. The Christian belief is that you are not going to be saved for eternal life unless you accept Jesus as your personal savior and ask God for forgiveness of your sins. While this could happen in the second before your death--you would still be saved--if you do not believe this, then your Christian wife would have to accept eternal life in absence of your soul as well as having to accept that everything that is in your mind is uninformed by God. Not an easy concept to swallow over time for most Christians so she will continue to try to convert you in your own best interest and hers in the name of love. You may not like it.

    Nancy Jeanne Prohaska Thompson // 2013-01-16 01:52:48 // //
  • True!

    Petra Rosbeek // 2013-01-16 01:49:52 // //
  • Perfect answer, Deepak,,, Bendiciones para ti..

    Betty Garza de Garcia // 2013-01-16 01:47:07 // //
  • Always an inspiration to page thru your books and listen to your advises!!

    Luisa Alvares // 2013-01-16 01:35:47 // //
  • Wisdom from Deepak.

    Pamela Green-Schader // 2013-01-16 01:12:02 // //
  • That's why the Bible says to not be unequally yoked. A good marriage shares their spiritual walk also.

    Laura Menhorn Kelly // 2013-01-16 01:11:22 // //
  • I wish the whole world could read that post. I study the bible as well as other teachings and some people are taken aback by that as though I must choose one or the other not realizing that they don't conflict.

    Rhonda Gould Smolarek // 2013-01-16 01:05:39 // //
  • Go your separate ways.

    Rev-Ariel Asriel // 2013-01-16 01:03:17 // //
  • You are a guru!

    Jacqueline Evelyn // 2013-01-16 01:01:39 // //
  • You are nothing short of awesome. Thank you so.

    Jules Nawrocki // 2013-01-16 01:00:38 // //
  • I love your way of explaining you don't have to be exactly alike spiritually as your partner. To encourage each other to be happy in what works for them is inspiring, and the way it should be for everyone.

    Debra 'Dee' Wells // 2013-01-16 00:55:24 // //
  • Very respectfully answered,

    Taty Santiago // 2013-01-16 00:50:03 // //
  • It's amusing to me how anyone who's not religious understands the acceptance concept but a religious person has that switch turned off by religion and it is almost like there is a mental fog or a blindness present in those people. There can be bright and adequate people otherwise but when it comes to spirituality it is as thought they have been drugged up. I wonder if religious texts and rituals were written to turn of the center of reasoning in a person. It is so bizarre to hear Lord is your only Savior idea coming up from otherwise intelligent person. And the thing that makes my head spin is that if you try and explain that your mind lives beyond that understanding of the divine, meaning that you have evolved beyond those concepts, they can't comprehend what you are talking about and think you are nuts. Maybe it is because you can't explain something to a person who 's mind is not ready to grasp it. In this case of course the mind is ready but is artificially turned off. If we learn how to turn it back on we will break free from all religions once and for all.

    Marina Podcasinskaja // 2013-01-16 00:47:48 // //
  • Reassure her that she better starts understanding your open minded set before she discovers that the church she belongs to is the greatest murderous cult in human history

    Aleksandar Popovski // 2013-01-16 00:46:29 // //
  • You are your religion and you can accept where people are as that is where they are suppose to be right now in your life.

    Mary Jarrett // 2013-01-16 00:44:01 // //
  • Great advice Deepak!! You are awesome!! :)

    DIannita C. GoMez // 2013-01-16 00:36:39 // //
  • I love that answer :)

    Erakuh Porter // 2013-01-16 00:35:47 // //
  • listen to your wife.

    Kevin Guerra // 2013-01-16 00:33:58 // //
  • Wonderful advice..

    Azi Alavi // 2013-01-16 00:27:42 // //
  • Every religion teaches us to address things to our conscience and when you vibrate therein there an ocean of peace.

    Nirmal Mishra // 2013-01-16 00:23:29 // //
  • When will people understand what are these religions doing to us???...wars, starvation, they dont pay taxes o noo they fine, they never resolved problem that is still present with little boys and kids generaly being abused in churches... We can not be silent and pretend its ok ...of course we should judge others nothing is wrong with that , especialy if its about religions that do only bad to their people.. I was in war and that war started church all three o thwm catholic, orthodox and musim its all wrong... We should all have one religion and one church but none of the above

    Vesna Kovac // 2013-01-16 00:17:56 // //
  • Jesus Christ our Lord = Salvation

    Megan Christian // 2013-01-16 00:16:15 // //
  • Saw a post a while ago that mentioned the point in the spiritual journey where one stops trying to convince others that their views are inferior, and just speaks their own truth.

    Jeremy Brown // 2013-01-16 00:10:42 // //
  • If two people love each other enough to not distress over such things, they CAN live in harmony. It is the individual that makes all the difference. You cannot tell somoene, "treat her this way or that way," as it might not work if religious differences are a huge issue between them. For instance, if the wife is going to keep insisting that her husband is "lost" how on earth does his compassion for her make a difference? He can "assure" her all her wants to, but if she sees this as him being deceived by the devil, there is bound to be unrest between them. This kind of thing takes real opennes, love, and faith in your own belief and in the relationship. Not everyone is ready for that.

    Verna Bowen // 2013-01-16 00:09:50 // //
  • Get her to watch the movie/documentary "Zeitgeist".

    Davis Rains // 2013-01-16 00:07:51 // //
  • I wonder how Christians would comment if this was a Muslim wife , and how the comments accumulated below me reflect that precious freedom God gave us.

    Erik L A Duivenvoorde // 2013-01-16 00:04:55 // //
  • I guess she is republican too and has all other their fantastic ideas about life...poor guy

    Vesna Kovac // 2013-01-16 00:03:24 // //
  • People change over time. Could be they had the "equally yoked" chat prior to marriage & hubby is willing to listen & open himself to truth. it's ok to do what works for us as individuals. The wife will have a better husband if she allows him to discover God in himself. One thing I'm learning from living in the moment is that lots of things are not my business. There's no way I can be a part of any organization that puts doctrine before everything else. But that's my husbands choice at this time. We are not in the same place spiritually but we love each other. I used to be a ball of stress & now that I'm not I see him picking up my books and asking questions,

    Cheryl Johnson Strawder // 2013-01-16 00:03:23 // //
  • Thanks Deepak. :-)

    Leonie Henderson // 2013-01-16 00:03:13 // //
  • I am christian, but I absolutely agree with you. Religion divides. I only believe in love. I respect any other religions and philosophies. In the end, Jesus taught us to be tolerant and love one another. We are missing that part of our own beliefs is to accept people as they are.

    Vanessa Rodríguez // 2013-01-16 00:01:59 // //
  • No Tony, I think you are wrong. I think she lacks knowledge about other philosophies. Mr. Chopra's advice is the best to do!!!

    Melba Cardenas Castillo // 2013-01-15 23:56:20 // //
  • I feel that often as well....that people who are Christian look down on me, thinking Im "missing" something in my life, or think I am lost. When in fact, I believe myself to be way more spiritual than them and can see how I understand the world in a deeper way than they do. What I try to do is live my life as an example so that when/ if there is a situation, I can say, " I am this way ( strong, happy, etc ) BECAUSE of my beliefs.

    Jill Bromenschenkel // 2013-01-15 23:53:45 // //
  • Unfortunately, this is kind of a lame answer. You cannot reconcile this dispute. I grew up evangelical Christian, and they firmly believe that there is no other way into heaven than to believe in the Bible (and their interpretation of it) only. All other belief systems and philosophies are "Satan appearing as an angel of Light". If she cannot come to a resolution in her opinion about his spiritual health, then they should amicably separate.

    James Rhine // 2013-01-15 23:53:11 // //
  • My brother and his wife have a good marriage for 45 years, but he told me that there are some things he does not talk about with her because it upsets her & there are some things she does not talk about with him because it upsets her. And he said this is no big deal. They feel they have a good thing going.

    Surati Ivey // 2013-01-15 23:53:10 // //
  • Brilliant as always Deepak :)

    Nicole Nadel Mixdorf // 2013-01-15 23:52:50 // //
  • Many Christians believe that Jesus is the only path to salvation and that all other paths and religions jeopardize your salvation and ability to have a relationship with God. They are then led to believe by the church leaders that any deviation from this is "backsliding" and that you have lost your way due to the devils influence in your life. I was involved with the evangelical Christian movement for two decades and know their doctrines very well but found that belief system is far too narrow as there are many paths to God; unfortunately when you're well entrenched in Christianity it takes great faith in yourself and courage to find your own voice/path as this is NOT supported/encouraged......

    Gina Ord // 2013-01-15 23:50:32 // //
  • I believe that the Holy Spirit has to open ones heart to receive Jesus Christ and in turn they will become a Christian. You can tell someone about Jesus but unless they have a desire to hear...then it's just a waste of time. Christians need to walk in love and Live as a Christian so that when one has a ear to hear, they will be willing to accept Jesus as their personal Lord and Savior. She is genuinely concerned for what happens to him after leaving this world. The Holy Spirit will draw all men unto him and it's up to them to receive salvation. She should pray for him and trust that God will show him the truth. Until then, she just needs to show love in all areas wether he accepts Christ or not. We all must face our creator when we leave this world.

    Celeste Rau Pangarakis // 2013-01-15 23:48:18 // //
  • Dtmfa! You're on different paths.

    Eric Gelbart // 2013-01-15 23:48:09 // //
  • This story is odd in that it appears this pair got married before having a discussion on the presence of faith and religion in their lives. Deepak's response surely was not meant for this particular couple but for the mature couple that have some history together.

    Eriq Cunningham // 2013-01-15 23:42:23 // //
  • Absolute thinking leads to absolute disappointment. I try my best to realize the myriad paths that lead to the adoption of the Sonship of the Divine. It took me many years of effort to convince my life-long friend that there is more than one path to actualization. Patience is really a divine virtue. : -)

    Girvan Lyttle II // 2013-01-15 23:42:08 // //
  • Tony, that's not a very compassionate or kind post!

    Marguerite Heidi Roy // 2013-01-15 23:41:49 // //
  • Kind and loving response.....

    Gina Ord // 2013-01-15 23:41:00 // //
  • Tell tout wife that you Can believe in whatever pleases you....amen

    Thierry Labbe // 2013-01-15 23:37:43 // //
  • Sounds like your wife is a Christian when it is "convenient" for her to accept other beliefs. Reminds me of...oh what's the word...yeah a H-Y-P-O-C-R-I-T!

    Tony Owen // 2013-01-15 23:35:01 // //
  • This message was right on time for me. Synchronicity at its finest. Thank you!

    Sharon Johnson // 2013-01-15 23:30:22 // //
  • I would hope the wife is following the teaching of Christ, speaking the truth in love. Yes, many religions have distorted the simple truth because they accommodate it to their needs, wants, traditions, or whatever. But following the example of Christ is what we are to do. God says His word will not be mocked. Anyone who distorts it will be judged severely. But God also gives us the free will to accept Him or not, it's your choice. Just know that every choice has an affect or consequence.

    Mimi DSouza // 2013-01-15 23:28:49 // //
  • :-) A universal question deserves the only answer out there...follow your heart as it never stops beating, never let's you down... :-)

    Carina Burns // 2013-01-15 23:28:07 // //
  • I meant hell

    Aprylisa Snyder // 2013-01-15 23:26:35 // //
  • I wish them well, and it is difficult to be intimate with someone who believes you are going to he'll. Been there,done that.

    Aprylisa Snyder // 2013-01-15 23:26:04 // //
  • I think there is a misunderstanding , I get the feeling the wife may be an Christian who like so many can not accept an others belief even if its other Christians and different interpretations. Alto she seems genuinely worried about her husband , what's really happening is an attempt to control him. I believe its one of the worlds most costly problems.

    Erik L A Duivenvoorde // 2013-01-15 23:25:50 // //
  • All religious and spiritual paths are the same. Just different sides of same coin. The creator just made us all speak different languages so we all wouldn't know too much. Story of babel ...or whatever else it maybe called....:)

    Lena Tizio // 2013-01-15 23:23:43 // //
  • Allow and live wisdom, donj't preach it!

    Kathie Peters // 2013-01-15 23:21:30 // //
  • :)

    Cyn Love // 2013-01-15 23:21:11 // //
  • also don't try to change peoples religion or spiritual as they get older...what they are settled in can be comforting and good for your fiends, loved ones and acquaintances. No one has a monopoly on God.

    Comic Books & Original Comic Art: Graphic Illusion // 2013-01-15 23:21:09 // //
  • A very universal answer which can help all of us when we depart from traditional religions practiced by our families

    Carolina E Perez // 2013-01-15 23:19:26 // //
  • From what I understand...ALL paths lead to God because we are made in his image. No matter what path we take we always return to him.

    Joan Buchanan Potts // 2013-01-15 23:19:26 // //
  • Thank you so much - now I have an answer that I can give too...

    Alice Ross // 2013-01-15 23:18:23 // //
  • gracias por enviarlo traducido

    Cristina Lescano // 2013-01-15 23:17:52 // //
  • Deepak, I guess you mis-understood the question. The husband is NOT forcing his wife not to believe Christianity. It's the wife who doesnt respect his wishes

    Ubah M Abshir Aw-Musse // 2013-01-15 23:17:10 // //
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    Jake Newelski // 2013-01-15 23:16:13 // //
  • thank you =)

    Clay Brom // 2013-01-15 23:15:03 // //
  • I had a professor at the University of Michigan who was a Christian, but his wife was a practicing Buddhist. It was a beautiful marriage. I believe they were married over 50 years.

    Patrick Barley // 2013-01-15 23:14:09 // //
  • Beautiful . Now I know what to tell my husband. Thank you!

    Shila Naidu Akin-deko // 2013-01-15 23:13:18 // //
  • Yes keep not talking abut it ;)

    Iris Hutchinson // 2013-01-15 23:12:10 // //
  • Wow I could have written this, but instead it's me and my mother who don't see eye to eye. She's content with where she is, but I am always seeking to further my spirituality. Thank you for the words of encouragement!!

    Rebecca Valdespino Stoudt // 2013-01-15 23:10:36 // //
  • any person needs to just keep on believing and be who they are and in the end all will be well.

    Bea Silagy // 2013-01-15 23:07:22 // //
  • Great answer encourage the quest for being unique

    Christine Rotola Olsen // 2013-01-15 23:07:15 // //
  • Great answer Deepak, right out of the 12 step program:)

    Rachel Ellis Landa // 2013-01-15 23:05:56 // //
  • The most beautiful, honorable answer to a question many people are facing but don't ask.........

    Jerica Guillory // 2013-01-15 23:05:56 // //
  • Alba, Not asking for even-Steven, just mutual respect and support, or is that not to be in a relationship/partnership? I definitely don't believe in tit-for-tat in any situation/relationship, but love, respect, patience, communication & understanding usually make the relationship stronger not weaker. Blessed be.

    Vanessa Rivera Sosa // 2013-01-15 23:05:46 // //
  • aYo, same here. A Question: What if a religion or belief condemns anyone not in their line of thinking or believing? That their god is the only way? lol.

    Tempa Westbrook // 2013-01-15 23:05:38 // //
  • At night before you retire speak to your angels aloud. Ask them to meet your wife's angels during the night to help each of you find middle ground in a compassionate way for everyone's highest good. Repeat nightly. Namaste

    Laurie Donnelly // 2013-01-15 23:05:06 // //
  • Read the Bible front to back and truly understand what it all means, (that will take additional books or studies) but then perhaps you will understand why she is Christian. It is the number one selling book after all :)

    Kerri Lynn Grodzki // 2013-01-15 23:03:11 // //
  • All Religions are converging the same direction ~ Love. Just as all rivers flowing to the sea. There is no point in differentiating one from the other, because we're all inter-related and One.

    Frances Chow // 2013-01-15 23:03:00 // //
  • Tell her ALL religon it mind prison and that Jesus hated religon !

    Denise CreativeSpirit Wood // 2013-01-15 23:02:34 // //
  • My advice is, and believe me it's The best thing you can do, accept Jesús Christ as your personal Savior, because He's The Way, The truth and The life! So, your wife has decided for The best!

    Lulú Gómez // 2013-01-15 23:02:14 // //
  • I think the difference lies between Christianity as taught by Christ and the rules/dogma of Christian Religions. There is quite a difference in my opinion .

    Joe Snyder // 2013-01-15 23:00:54 // //
  • Vanessa not everything has to be even-Steven. It's enough to act spiritually without requiring that others follow your pattern.

    Alba Arboleda Gross // 2013-01-15 23:00:18 // //
  • Perfect answer...

    Ej Ouellette // 2013-01-15 22:59:58 // //
  • religion is a lie, there are no magic people flying around in the sky, theres noone listening to your prayers, noone helping your football team, and noone blessing your country. religion is a ridiculous distraction from reality. religion is a waste of your limited time on Earth.

    Bil Zen // 2013-01-15 22:59:23 // //
  • True, our own xperience of connection wif divinity is wat matters. Spirituality is perfectly a private journey !

    Sangita Rajahmuny // 2013-01-15 22:58:27 // //
  • ... those who attempt to follow the teachings of Christ will probably have a somewhat different answer ... being "equally yoked" might be a good idea ... but what if one becomes a follower of Jesus after getting hitched ... I am a strong beleiver in the concept of praying and meditating together ... but unfortunately few will actually do this ... try it ... you will be amazed what happens ... GBY&PTL ... db

    Danney Edward Ball // 2013-01-15 22:58:06 // //
  • Should she not also respect his spiritually even though it differs from his, without judgment? (believing he's "lost")

    Vanessa Rivera Sosa // 2013-01-15 22:56:15 // //
  • A good question, one I struggled over with my family for years. One must be true to his calling, his still small voice within. Attempting to follow another's way is never productive nor can we expect to convince another of our way against his will. Our lights are our Divine gifts.

    Carol Kate Chard-Hargett // 2013-01-15 22:56:12 // //
  • : )

    Virginia Conrads // 2013-01-15 22:55:46 // //
  • She will open up to new things, one way or the other. Her third eye is still blurry.

    Dwayne Sealy // 2013-01-15 22:54:56 // //
  • Very well said.

    Jackie Sue Holt // 2013-01-15 22:54:19 // //
  • Simple. Kill them with kindness! Then one day it will come to them that you are not really lost. Just misunderstood.

    Lelai Franklin // 2013-01-15 22:54:00 // //
  • I am in that kind of situation. But it does not stop me from exploring my spirituality in other avenues. God does not fall off his throne when I read the Bagavad Ghita , nor does He frown upon me when I embrace other beliefs that appeal to .me.. Especially when we are searching for the same things... Joy, peace... Kindness...justice... An end to human suffering, love,. Nowhere in the Bible does it say that God is a Christian. However, the Bible does say: God is love!

    Carol Mccullar // 2013-01-15 22:53:19 // //
  • Sounds like a lot of opportunity for both of you to grow. Your wife has an opportunity to learn acceptance and how to let others be, and perhaps she is afraid to challenge her own beliefs so she operates out of fear. Perhaps you have some opportunity as well, as the head of the household, or head of the family ...I'm sure God has the same issue you do, getting his family to listen and to grow from the child to the more adult or mature. I think your idea of spiritual is more mature than the traditional Christian beliefs, I'm a Christian and my family doesn't understand my journey either, but it is mine and they can accept it or not... I still love them and accept them, even in their unbelief.

    James Dixon // 2013-01-15 22:52:52 // //
  • Religión is like a club. faith should be in the heart with or without Religión. But yeah like some1 Said to each its own.

    Norma Montes // 2013-01-15 22:52:47 // //
  • There will always be differeneces in all our souls. What really matters is true love. When we have that. So much is understood yet is unspoken.

    Michele Petty Van Meter // 2013-01-15 22:52:36 // //
  • BIG LIKE! Thank you for sharing Deepak!

    Tanja Binek // 2013-01-15 22:51:49 // //
  • @ll ho'opono pono!

    Miles Carroll // 2013-01-15 22:50:18 // //
  • Personally, it took me until I took an Art History class to really grasp and understand religion; however, to each his own is my best advice:)

    Channa Thompson // 2013-01-15 22:50:14 // //
  • Wonderful. Ohm.

    Cecilia Gutierrez // 2013-01-15 22:50:01 // //
  • Open up the works US amazing with religión :) Believe And god is within YOU

    Norma Montes // 2013-01-15 22:49:48 // //
  • Well said!

    Sami Freitas // 2013-01-15 22:48:33 // //
  • Amen!!

    Ana G Cruz // 2013-01-15 22:48:29 // //
  • protect your wife listen to her and stand by her your food will taste better ok

    Tammy Grubert // 2013-01-15 22:47:51 // //
  • ALL of the major religions teach there is only one God....the way you choose to learn is your religion. God is LOVE & is within each & every one of us!

    Laura Shantdeep Kaur White // 2013-01-15 22:46:42 // //
  • Let it be - respect each other and show love to her. I have the same in my marriage --- we get along just fine as we love & respect each other.

    Irene Clark // 2013-01-15 22:46:28 // //
  • This is amazing! I just had a similar conversation like this on yesterday. Thanks for the confirmation

    Claudia Spicer-Jones // 2013-01-15 22:46:24 // //
  • Unfortunately I have found that Christians find it hard NOT to judge or accept those that think a different way. I feel for this individual. Only when we take out judgement can we accept other people but when a religion teaches that ALL other thoughts and philosophies are wrong, there can be no peace or acceptance between them. Unfortunately I bet he is more willing to accept her thoughts but she is not willing to accept his. Thats the rub of the religion of Christianity. I know this from years of experience. I wish I was wrong about this.

    Jim Barger // 2013-01-15 22:46:23 // //
  • amen

    Leigh Anne Rollins // 2013-01-15 22:45:52 // //
  • I had this same issue today:) We do have to let go of being teachers when there is no student. I see my error was pointing something out. It wasn't my place to do that. So I am so sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you. I love you:)

    Lisa Larsen // 2013-01-15 22:45:40 // //
  • well said, as always, deepak i need you as my concierge shrink

    Matt Misso // 2013-01-15 22:44:50 // //
  • Just what I needed right now;-) thx you.

    Jacqueline Martinson // 2013-01-15 22:43:40 // //
  • Totally apropos. Thank you for posting!

    Sara J. Stuckey // 2013-01-15 22:43:14 // //
  • thank you for assurance that different faith paths can exist comfortably within the same household; and as you say, we are after all on the same spiritual journey

    Lillian Sulliman // 2013-01-15 22:43:12 // //
  • ..hay que respetar los "tiempos" de cada uno... si bien es maravilloso compartir nuestras vivencias, ideas con las personas que amamos, no podemos pretender que sigan nuestro camino si ellos deben recorrer otro: el suyo... Con amor, comprensión y respeto debemos aceptar el camino que elijan los otros, como ellos aceptar el nuestro. Namaste

    Aprender A Vivir // 2013-01-15 22:42:23 // //
  • Lovely <3

    JoAnn Fabritz // 2013-01-15 22:40:57 // //
  • :)

    Rein Renhwet // 2013-01-15 22:40:12 // //
  • I'm afraid I disagree. The Christian ideology doesn't allow for exploration of other spiritual paths. I predict that relationship will fail.

    Tammy Ryan // 2013-01-15 22:40:05 // //
  • I think of other beliefs & practices as a way of augmenting my faith & expands the nourishment of my soul...

    Eva Rubio // 2013-01-15 22:40:01 // //
  • Love is always bigger than conflict. Love her thoroughly and all conflict will disappear.

    Miguel Augusto Gutiérrez Hernández // 2013-01-15 22:39:11 // //
  • if both of you would walk what you believe at the end of all the talks love should be there waiting on you.

    Tanya Roberts // 2013-01-15 22:38:50 // //
  • I agree let her be.

    Serenna Wash // 2013-01-15 22:38:18 // //
  • wonderfull

    Divine Divina // 2013-01-15 22:37:58 // //
  • :)

    Laura Reneau // 2013-01-15 22:37:57 // //
  • Everyone's gotta figure it out on their own, ultimately.

    Rick Colby // 2013-01-15 22:37:49 // //
  • What if the relationship pulls us out of our conscious state all the time because our partner is living thru there unconsciousness?

    Jeremy Mayne // 2013-01-15 22:37:42 // //
  • perfect words

    Carla Barnes // 2013-01-15 22:37:38 // //
  • Right deepak. Everyone is right in their own consent.....the problem arise when we start thinking they are wrong.

    Ashok Mahiwal // 2013-01-15 22:37:17 // //
  • nice ..

    Dinesh Bedse // 2013-01-15 22:37:04 // //
  • I'm reading your novel The Return of Merlin for the second time. Love it! Already looking forward to my 3rd reading!

    Frances Nokes // 2013-01-15 22:36:54 // //
  • and If she doesn't believe you.. Remember actions speak louder than words.. Walk your talk.. and she will See your soul is in a good place :))

    Bronwyn Jones Norris // 2013-01-15 22:36:10 // //
  • :) great post'

    Nika Marie // 2013-01-15 22:35:19 // //
  • Nice one big D ..

    Darren Barge-arse Bowden // 2013-01-15 22:34:49 // //
  • îs a problem or only a question?

    Susan Zu // 2013-01-15 22:34:40 // //
  • I agree Deepak. I have tried to convert Christians to a more complete spirituality of monism. Even with archaeological proof they still hold on to their teachings. As the Beatles once said... "Let it Be".

    Jimi Bush // 2013-01-15 22:34:38 // //
  • ily deepak! i found out about you by finding a tape of yours 4 years ago in a thrift shop. one of the best finds ever.

    Cyrillia Kay // 2013-01-15 22:34:22 // //
  • Practical...

    Romulus Charles Edward // 2013-01-15 22:34:14 // //
  • Great answer.

    Katherine Riebe // 2013-01-15 22:33:58 // //
  • :)

    Cyrillia Kay // 2013-01-15 22:33:50 // //
  • We all have the same destinationl, just different roads we travel!

    Deb Freeman // 2013-01-15 22:33:41 // //
  • Dump her, Kid.

    Deshay Concepcion // 2013-01-15 22:33:39 // //
  • Best advice to the husband, i think is: Say the serenity prayer & accept all beliefs All religions are mere paths leading to same goal. Ultimate goal is God, Salvation & peace. "Enlightenment" "Spirituality" "Fellowship" God Bless!

    God`s one // 2013-01-15 21:54:35 // //
  • If she is Christian she should well know that having a relationship with the Lord is key no matter the religion one follows. Jesus likewise preached relationship not religion. God presents Himself in many and varying ways to each follower.

    Thai_Michelle // 2013-01-15 21:34:18 // //