Theology is the end of religion. The religion that has to be explained, defined, elucidated, spelled out, nailed down, argued and debated into being is dead on arrival. Living religion thrives on fascination, realization, wonder, amazement, joy, laughter, dancing, relishing, exuberance, confidence, peace, grace, kindness, compassion, generosity, integrity, mindfulness, awareness, self-transparency, questions, silence, balance and harmony, playfulness, mercy, non-contrivance, spontaneity, sincerity, good faith, good will, honesty, truthfulness, and on and on like this... Religion ends when it tries to make sense or make disciples. We find it with our heart, not with our head. We live our way there. We do not think our way there. You have to know what I mean before you can understand what I am saying.