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I was raised a Christian, but I wouldnt call myself a Christian now. I think when I was younger it was easier to focus o
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"I was raised a Christian, but I wouldn't call myself a Christian now. I think when I was younger it was easier to focus on the negative, nihilist vision... this is sort of picking up on the other half of the body, which is God and white light"

- Billy Corgan

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Billy Corgan's quote speaks with the concept of personal development and spiritual expedition. As a Christian, he was taught to focus on the unfavorable elements of life, but as he has actually gotten older, he has actually concerned appreciate the positive aspects of life as well. He has actually pertained to acknowledge the power of God and the white light, which is a sign of hope and positivity. This quote speaks with the idea that as we grow and grow, our spiritual beliefs can change and develop. It is important to be open to new ideas and to check out different spiritual courses. Billy Corgan's quote is a pointer that we ought to never ever hesitate to question our beliefs and to explore different spiritual paths.

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Billy Corgan This quote is written / told by Billy Corgan somewhere between March 17, 1967 and today. He was a famous Musician from USA. The author also have 27 other quotes.

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