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The Kingdom of Heaven

The following is taken from “The Flip Side”, a book I’m writing about seeing the words of Jesus from a different perspective: Every good pilot knows that a proper perspective is important.  Sometimes you have to fly in bad weather.  … Continue reading

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The Great Illusion

If we will look, we will see.  If we listen, we will hear… Deep within us all is the truth of what and who we are.  We are the divine extension into this perceived reality to experience the illusion of … Continue reading

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All we need is a little stretching

Let me begin with another excerpt from “The Gospel According to Jesus” by Paul Ferrini.  I love his stuff.  The book is written as if Jesus is speaking.  Some might call it a “channeled work.”  Channeled or not, it is … Continue reading

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Staying Connected to Love…

In the last few posts (and many more) I’ve talked about “experiencing” what we know conceptually.  In our innermost being, our true self, we are the divine and have the wisdom of the divine.  This wisdom or divine knowing, bubbles … Continue reading

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Bump in the road

Have you ever been so captivated by a novel that when you came to the end you didn’t want it to end?  Maybe you’ve read a book that “lingers” while you ponder some of the deeper meanings.  There is a deep … Continue reading

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The Great Unpacking

Have you seen this trick before? We all question why we are here, what is this whole life about, don’t we?  I expect most have asked those questions at some point in their lives.  I can’t possibly answer that question … Continue reading

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The Giant Baby

Sometimes pictures help us understand a difficult concept. There is an American idiom “a picture is worth a thousand words.” This phrase was coined in the early 20th century by newspaper editors suggesting that advertising with pictures would convey more … Continue reading

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A New Year – A New Look

For me to be a saint means to be myself.  Therefore the problem of sanctity and salvation is in fact the problem of finding out who I am and of discovering my true self.  (Thomas Merton, “New Seeds of Contemplation) … Continue reading

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What Now? – becoming love

1Co 12:26 If one member suffers, all suffer together; if one member is honored, all rejoice together. (ESVST) I wasn’t a popular kid in school. I didn’t have a bunch of friends and at times none at all. When I did … Continue reading

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Mystic Portal

I love that title.  When God opens up a door for you it is like stepping into a brightly lit spring morning.  The refreshing clean air with all the aromas of new creation enters your lungs and fills you with … Continue reading

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