Let’s first look at the definition of the word RELIGION:
Origin: 1150-1200; Latinreligi – (stem of religi) conscientiousness, piety, equivalent to relig (re) to tie, fasten (re- re- + lig / re to bind, tie; cf. ligament ) + -i?n- -ion; cf.
Did you catch that? (to BIND) to join, hold together, to fuse. The question is, “What are we binding?” The answer is, “Neurons.”
(RE) To do something repeatedly. (LIG) The joining of something, such as a ligament joining two bones together. The joining of neurons creating a neuro net of a belief structure with repeated study and affirmation. It only takes one little agreement and you’re hooked. (ION) the motion or action of doing something. Such as agreeing, affirming, and binding neurons in the adoption
of a thought, concept, theology, or philosophy.
RE = to repeatedly / LIG = bind / ION = the action of doing so (and the neuronet it born)