Julia Roberts: Bali Connection

Aug 9th, 2010, in IM Posts, Travel, by

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  1. avatar Matt says:
    August 30th, 2010 at 1:16 pm

    Its nice when people even an actress from hollywood can be free of mind and spirit to do what she wants to understand herself and the search for the meaning of life.
    I respect that much more the people not believing in something but following it because they were born into it or their family has pushed them into it.
    For me and many, spirituality is personal, private and changes as we all do as we get older. Its not some state imposed political agenda that many religious have become.
    2000 years ago there was a religious radical called Jesus who started preaching, then another 1600 years later another called mohumad…. so what happened to free thought.

  2. avatar seaninbali says:
    September 15th, 2010 at 3:42 am

    Hey, if it makes her happy, cool.

    I’ve met plenty of people who’ve converted (or tried converting) to Hinduism in Bali — I don’t remember any controversy attached to their choices. Plus, I think Julia Roberts is pretty well liked so having her connected with Bali and with Hinduism should be good for the island.

    Now, if it had been, say, Tom Cruise, converting to Hinduism from Scientology, I’d be out there with my pitchfork screaming blue murder…

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