As far as I can figure out, no adult spiritual persuasion doesn't encourage its participants to set aside the human capacity to separate and distinguish. Joy and sorrow, love and anger, tall and short, holy and unholy, rich and poor, God and man, heaven and hell, enlightenment and delusion ... etc. Among adults, such distinctions, aside from being untrue, are also painful.
Just don't make distinctions ...
As, for example, the distinction between making distinctions and not making them.