“The problem, of course, is a misunderstanding of what worship is. When someone answers the question of worship by saying, “I’m not the religious type,” he or she is missing the point. If that person is a member of the human race and comes fully equipped with mind and body and emotions, then it follows that the individual is, in fact, a worshiper. It’s factory-installed, standard equipment – not a buyer’s option.
When you subtract the religious language, worship is the built-in human reflex to put your hope in something or someone and then chase after it. You hold something up and then give your life to pursuing it. If you live in this world, then sooner or later you grow some assumptions concerning what your life is all about, what you should really be going after. And when you begin to align your life with that pursuit, then, whether you realize it or not, you are worshiping.” pg. 59
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