Rumi says:

“ I have been a seeker and I still am, but I stopped asking the books and the stars. I started listening to the teaching of my Soul”.

Spirituality can’t be labeled and put in any box of any kind, no matter how big.

Limiting your spirituality can’t allow true freedom of spirit.

In a week I will be in a Christian church witnessing the baptism of my adorable godson Theo River and I might not be able to perpetuate his religious education as standard catholic godmothers usually do, but I promise to sprinkle Rumi’s poetry all over his heart as a spiritual guide through his life.

Religious fluidity is a new vision to go beyond the conventions and dogmas, step out of the binary ideas and the animosity of the either/or to allow gratitude and amazement for the inspirational diversity and complexity of human souls.