I saw an image, a picture really, or maybe it was a video in my head. What I saw was Adam, inanimate Adam, the dirt man lying in the arms of God. This Adam was lifeless but looked like Adam. Arguably the whole Garden story is a poem and very metaphorical but hang with me … Continue reading Call me crazy
In the last two posts I've talked about motivation and how we are the divine manifestation of love in this reality. We are love, the essence and substance and product of love. We are what other-centered, unconditional love looks like. God, being love, expressed Himself as love to become us. In doing so, He took … Continue reading What love looks like
I and the Father are one...Do you not believe that I am in the Father and the Father is in me (Jesus) The lie of separation is why Jesus came. We humans believed we were separate from the divine. In this separation mindset we built societal structures, mythologies, religions, philosophies and more that assumed God was … Continue reading Do you SEE me?
"OUR discovery of God is, in a way, God’s discovery of us." (Thomas Merton) The contemplatives and the mystics (which are really the same thing) talk about "living in the present moment." Actually there are many traditions that have discovered the divine power of living in the present moment. This can be a difficult concept … Continue reading The Lego Moment
Yeah you! At the center of this journey is the discovery of who we are and who God is and how it all fits together. Of course there are the legacies we leave and the lives we touch. There are the relationships we build and the impacts we have on others. There are the interactions between … Continue reading Who me, really, are you sure?