Tuesday, December 28, 2010


One of the the most important things we can do to make our lives better is to be grateful for the good things we have right now. I know in some cases it can be real hard to find anything to be grateful for especially when it seems like everything around you is crumbling down and bad luck seems to be dogging your every move. And I also realize that at times when someone may be going through such an experience you will not be able to convice them to be grateful for anything.We humans are a funny lot it seems to me. Some of us can be grateful for amny many things while others cant seem to find one thing to be grateful for. And there are many many different reasons for that being true. So I will not try and tell someone to be thankful while their life seems to be in the tank so to speak but I will say that if one can be grateful for all the "small" things in their lives that that will open the gates for them to recieve even more "good" things to come about. It is a Cosmic law of attraction that never fails to work. Just like any other law of nature(gravity, electricity, etc) it has to act accordingly to its nature.With that being understood it should be easy to see that by thinking of all the good you already have and showing much gratitude for it the channels will open up for more ,and likewise as one thinks about only the "lack" they see in their lives then this "law" will continue to give them lack. Catherine Ponder in her book "Prosperity Secrets of the Ages" states this: "When you bless a problem, injury, lack, or an enemy, you are calling forth the good within them, and you will be pleasantly surprised at the good that comes through them." So I would ask each of you to take a look around at your surroundings and your life in general and take note of every "good" thing in your life. These can be simple little pleasures or as big as a soul mate who loves you completely. Even in the "darkest" of times I truly believe that we all have much to be thankful for, right here right now! I now leave you with peace, love, and big hugs for each of you. May the new year ahead bring you all your hearts desires and much more!

Tuesday, December 21, 2010


What events are right now shaping your individual lives? What circumstances do you now find yourself involved in? More importantly, how are you labeling these events as they occur in your daily life? In his book titled The Thunder of Silence Joel Goldsmith states: "Whatever the appearance, it is merely a form of some sort, nothing but a blank in front of you until you decide that this thing is either beautiful or ugly." How comforting it is when I realize that I have the power to ultimately decide how I am going to deal with things in my life. Yes, there are many things that occur in my world over which I have no say so as to whether or not they occur. But I do know I can choose the way I deal with these things. And we are connected to each other as to how we relate to ourselves. That is not to say I will agree with you on things or disagree but the choices I make will determine the way you see me and the way I view the world of illusion we are now in.Personally if I find myself labeling something as "ugly" I intend to take a closer look and try to repaint that experience as "beautiful". I know that will not always serve to keep me from seeing something as negative but it will serve to help me take a closer look at the way I define myself. I sincerely hope you will find a way to label most things as beautiful also. I leave you with peace and hopes for a bright beautiful day for each of you!

Saturday, December 18, 2010


I have wondered for many years now about all the different interpretations of God that I have read or heard about. One thing for sure is that most of the people who hold a belief in a single entity who has created everything is usually very adament in their beliefs and lots of them take umbrage at those of us who dare to question the existence of this 1 Spiritual Entity. I find the writers of the bible's version can take a drastic turn from the concept of a loving kind God to that of a very demanding, violent, controlling God who can exact ETERNAL punishment upon those He deems unfit for His Kingdom. In the book of Genesis the writer labels God as One who is distraught with His creation and decides to destroy everything He has created except for 1 family.(That being Noah's family). If this is true did not this God destroy all the animal life also?And what did the animals have to do with the way humans were living on earth? Just a wee bit unfair if you ask me.And I really cannot make myself believe that of all the people on earth at this time were useless except for Noah. Not another soul anywhere worthy of another chance? Doesn't feel right to me there either.So this God is betrayed as being rather violent. At the same time in the book of John God is described as being love, nothing more nor less, than love. Is this the same God that was so violent in Noah's case?Our early ancestors attributed all natural disasters as a way of God punishing man for his sins. They simply did not know any other way to explain why "bad" things happened from time to time. And so there was born the concept of a vengeful and oft violent God. But personally I believe that God (no matter how you see Him) is only pure love and therefore nonviolent. With that being said is it no wonder why I cannot believe in a literal "hell" where ones soul can be punished for eternity! I much prefer the God I envision-a God of peace and understanding and unconditional love.I now leave you in peace with hopes for a bright and blessed holiday season to all of you folks."HUGS" to all.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010


Well now, what is it you would want to see manifest in your life right about now? How about a new car? Or a new home? Maybe a new job or better yet a winning lottery ticket so you wouldn't have to work at all? Or maybe its a soul mate you are looking for? For each of us we have our own "wants" and desires that we feel would really make our lives complete. A bigger question is how do you react when those wants and desires fail to materialize in your world? Do you get angry? Upset? Feel like life is unfair to you? Or can you just decide that if it didnt appear then it is really better for you in the long run? Personally I have found out that even though I think I know what it is I need to be happy and "fulfilled" it oft times turns out to be just the opposite. I used to get all excited about striving to bring into realization "all" those things I thought would make my life happier and easier.But you know what? I have found out that when I instinctively trust the Universe to take care of my needs it works out much better than if I demand that the results are exactly the way I had envisioned them from the start.I've alos seen many a time when I did "get" the thing I was striving for only to find out later that it was the worse possible thing I could have had happen. The old adage-be careful what you pray for cause you may get it certainly rings true to me on many occasions. It is still at times "hard" fro me to completely"let go" and trust that things will develop in a way that will take care of all my needs. But working on making myself "let go" is way much easier than constantly trying to make things happen in the order I think they should.So I now try to just accept that everythig is working for my highest good and that my part in all this is to train my mind to be still and accept all the "good" life has to offer. Its still a work in progress I must confess but I'm getting there. I sure hope all of you are in the midst of having a very wonderful week and that all the good things you desire are coming your way right now.And if and when things don't go exactly as planned I hope you can overcome the temptation to gt angry, sad, or depressd and remember that greater truths and goodness are headed your way even now."HUGS" to all!

Sunday, December 12, 2010


Why does anyone bother to love anyone or anything? Isn't life more simple if we just take care of ourselves and not worry about anyone else? But the most of us seem to love others willingly, even if we know it may later cause much heartache, sorrow and loss. But we still are willing to sacrifice the comfort of only having to worry about ourself so we can love someone. I read a quote from Sathya Sai Baba who says:"Man(woman, my interjection) loves because he is Love. He seeks Joy, for he is Joy. He thirsts for God, for he is composed of God and he cannot exist without Him." I have to fully agree with that statement and that explains (at least to me) why we allow ourselves to love another. I do know from experience that I am so much more happy and fulfilled when I am giving my unconditional love to others while at the same time allowing others to love me. I can well remember in my younger days how I sometimes felt when I didn't have close at hand that One woman I could lean on and give my love to. I made it thru some very lonely times(usually because of the choices I made) and today I am a firm believer that one must truly love and be loved in returned to feel complete. My sincere wish and hope for all of you wonderful folks is that you right now find yourself surrounded by those who love you unconditionally and allow you to give your love to them. And I also hope the new week ahead will be filled with much love,peace, joy, and all good things! "HUGS"

Saturday, December 11, 2010

May all of you have amost wonderful weekend filled with much love, peace, joy and all good things!

Wednesday, December 8, 2010


Love is all you need, or so its been said over and over. I agree to some extent with that but from a personal perspective I have seen that there are times when love itself just doesn't seem to be enough to overcome all hurdles. Once upon a time I was sure that if two people truly loved one another that they could make their relationship endure all hardships. I was wrong! I now believe that two people can truly love each other deeply but just can't make that love be strong enough to continue in a relationship. I still like to think that if people love each other enough that they can get through any obstacles that threaten to sabotage their relationship if they do indeed work hard enough to make it work. The accepted view that men are from mars and woman from venus does seem likely. As a rule we are so far apart from the way we view life it is amazing that any of us remain in commited relationship for any length of time. And I think that is because there are just so many other variables involved in the situations we find ourselves in. I firmly believe that true love for another is the greatest blessing we have even if it sometimes causes so much worry and confusion. And even if life has shown me that love sometimes isnt enough I still like to think it is or at least should be enough. But that still doesn't answer my question as to why I have seen too many people split apart even though they loved one another so deeply. I don't suppose I'll ever know all the answers for sure so in the meantime I am going to continue in my dreamworld believing that Love truly is enough! My hope and wish for each of you is that you are right now in a loving relationship with a soulmate who returns your love and gives to you all you need to be happy and fullfilled. And if not, that in the near future your soulmate will arrive and that you will be prepared to know them and take the relationship to that deeper level. I now leave you with peace and hopes for a bright future.

Saturday, December 4, 2010


How often do we spend our time in some silly battle of wills or wanting to be "right"? Too many I'm afraid! Seems to me many of us waste too much time fighting battles that aren't even worth winning. We keep our inner peace at bay by fighting, scratching, and clawing about things that in reality are so very very minor instead of allowing our inner peace to radiate out from us and gently touch everyone we encounter.Now I must admit there are some "battles" that we must fight the good fight over and see it through. But those battles should be chosen carefully lest we wind up expending needless energy that we should be saving for the times when we really need it. I just love this following quote from the Science of Mind. It states: We are over-concerned with non-essentials, straining at gnats, while swallowing mountains of superstition. I wholeheartedly agree with that writer very much. My hope for each of you is that you will encounter very few battles in your life and when you do you will have the wisdom to know whether it is a worthwhile battle or not. May each of you have a terrific weekend filled with much love peace and joy!

Tuesday, November 30, 2010


We all know what faith is(believing in things unseen) and whether we think our faith is strong, weak, or somewhere in between we may be surprised to find that our faith coomes in really strong when we are not even consciously aware of it. It is one thing to pray for a healing from some sickness and test our faith in awaiting to see if the prayers are answered. And many of us, in a time like that, may find our faith being weak. But that doesn't mean all our faith is weak. For many of us this day started off with a car ride to work. And I would bet that most of those folks never gave a thought as to whether their car would start and get them to their place of work. So unless you are one of the unfortunate ones who is having to drive a worn out car or truck you may agree that your faith in your car was strong. This is just one example of how we use our faith in lots of "small" things on a daily basis. But when it comes to the "big" things in life, like a physical or mental healing, a new job, meeting our soulmate, making money etc, we oft times find our faith a little weaker. Why is that I wonder? I think I know my personal reasons but I can't answer for you. You will have to examine your deepest thoughts and beliefs to answer that one! But one thing I can tell you is that, in fact, the Universe knows no "little" or "big". It only knows to give you exactly what it is you are holding as your deepest beliefs and thoughts. I might suggest if you feel your faith is weak in any area of your life that you start taking a closer look at your true feelings of your own self-worth. I have known many many folks who would say-"well so and so gets all the breaks and Im just a born loser. Or, they can have faith but Im just not made that way. Or they may say I just cant catch a break, everything is always against me. Or I cant win anything or I Never win nothing or Im the unluckiest person in the world, or blah blah blah--Im sure you get the picture. I truly believe we must first put some faith in knowing that there is a Power that is greater than our own ego self and that this Power plays no favorites and is Always, Always, just waiting for our belief in It to become strong enough so It can make manifest anything we want in our lives. You just gotta believe! Trust me on that one I do know that for sure. Building ones faith in anything takes time and it takes much effort unless you just happen to be a true believer already.I wish you all well in your search for a stronger faith and if life ever does knock you down a bit may I suggest you get right back up, laugh at yourself ,and begin again with an even more determined attitude! I leave you with a quote from Mr Ernest Holmes in his book Creative Mind:"We must come to realize that we are living in a perfect universe peopled with perfect ideas; it appears to us as we harmonize with it." Take care my friends and try to remember to enjoy each and every moment you have, for indeed, that is really all any of us have! I now depart from your company with wishes and prayers for a life that you will find rewarding and full of love, peace, and joy! "HUGS" to all

Sunday, November 28, 2010


It is truly a marvelous and beautiful world in which we find ourselves living as human beings. One "problem" I do see is that we humans mostly think we are the "highest" evolved beings ever created and that the other life forms on this earth are somehow "beneath" us. Well I may agree somewhat in that humankind has evolved but I cant see how we are any "better" than any life form that has been created. And personally I have found that atuning myself with all o f nature is the easiest way for me to remain centered even when surrounded by the "turmoil" of everyday living. Nature can teach us all so much if we but take time to listen and appreciate all that nature has to offer to each of us. I have had many people in my lifetime tell me that they were depressed, sad, and feeling lost. My first words to them was advise them to take a day or evening off from whatever was going on in their life and just get out in nature and attune their minds to everything going on around them. And you know the argument I got most of the time when I suggested that was "But I don't have time to do that". Hey, I know life can keep us really busy but cmon dont tell me that you cant find an extra few hours a week to just "BE" The folks who always said they didnt have time did however find time to watch their favorite tv show, or go to that special concert, or lie around on the sofa feeling sorry for themselves. Its all a matter of priorities I suppose. But I really feel if someone is hurting in any way and feeling disconnected with life they should find at least 1 day or nite a month to get away from everything and get out in nature. Even the bigger cities have parks that are filled with the abundance of nature. As one watches nature it may at first seem scattered and hurried but upon closer inspection one can see nature flows along in accord with its own nature or as I like to say "No hurry-no worry" I read somewhere that George Washington Carver would ask an ailing plant what it needed so he could see to it that the plant was healed. Mr Carver was quoted as saying:" If you love it enough, anything will talk with you." And I must say I agree wholeheartedly. So my friends I do hope you will find time to really commune with nature and that it will help to soothe your soul and make this life even easier. My hope is that each of you will be extremely blessed this upcoming week with much love, peace, joy, and kindness. And don't forget to spread your kindness to all you meet. You are,nomatter what circumstances you find yourself in, an instrument of love and light. Keep smiling and let that Light shine!

Friday, November 26, 2010


One of our biggest lessons in this life is to learn to be grateful for everything we are given. And this also includes being thankful for all the times when life seems to make us miserable over something that seems totally unfair and uncalled for. Yesterday many of us celebrated Thanksgiving Day. And it was truly a day when many of us stop to give thanks for the blessings in our lives. Only I personally believe that we should stop every day and count our blessings.One thing I have learned in my life is that the more thanks I give for what I do have, the more gifts I am blessed with. Just like planting seeds in a garden with faith that eventually the seeds will produce for us the gift of something good to eat, we must plant seeds of thanksgiving for things not only which we already have but for things that are yet to materialize in physical form.For me personally, the greatest gifts I have EVER received are the people who are a part of my life. I try hard to never take for granted a loved one whether I see them daily or maybe just once in a great while. And one of the brightest gifts I receive is when I hear from an old friend whom I havent seen or heard from in a while.For to me those friends are just as important and just a sloved as my "close" friends. And yes, I am truly blessed in this regards and as I continue to go along this path in life I hope that everyone of my friends and family members realize just how much I love and adore them. In his book "Spiritual Liberation" Michael Beckwith states: "Evolved people give thanks for life, for the intelligence within the body temple, within nature, for what most people don't even notice as they navigate through their day."And from the Science of Mind Textbook comes this thought:In everything give thanks. An attitude of gratitude is most salutary, and bespeaks the realization that we are now in heaven. I now leave all you beautiful folks with hopes that each of you will be extremely blessed with much love, joy, health, and inner peace as the weekend rolls on. Be safe and remember to be thankful for this one eternal moment which is really all any of us have or will ever have. "HUGS" to all

Wednesday, November 24, 2010


Tell the truth! How many times have we been admonished to do just that--tell the truth? Now don't get me wrong. I firmly believe in the truth and being forthright with others but what happens when ones truth doesn't jive with someone else's truth? I can share with you my "truth" but that doesnt necessarily mean it is the one "truth" for you. You may ask--How can that be? Well take the example of a man who looks at the ocean, he might say"I see an ocean colored blue" And that is his truth for sure. But another man or woman may look at the identical ocean and say,"I see an ocean colored green". And as before that is her or his truth. How can both be truth when they are different? Thats why I say my truth may not be your truth. And back to the ocean what about the person who is born color blind and can see no color but gray? Is his truth right? I know you can see what I mean and this helps me to accept my truth without having to defend it to anyone. And it also helps me to accept anothers truth as right for them even if I agree or not. As human beings we are all ONE as I see it and need to start being more open minded and accepting of others and their cultures and beliefs. I will leave you with a quote from Ernest Holmes' book You Invisible Power. Mr Holmes states the following:"If clear reasoning does deliver the perception of the allness of TRUTH, and if Truth is a synonym for God, then we may say:God is all there is." And from the Science of Mind comes this thought: With our present limited vision, we neither see nor know the real Son, but the Father within knows and understands. In parting I would like to wish all a very happy Thanksgiv ing Holiday to all who observe this special day. Let us be mindful of all we have to be thankful for each moment."HUGS"

Monday, November 22, 2010


Well, we all need the support from others at times. I think there is no way around that for sure. We may say we don't need anything or anybody or their support but I really doubt if that is true. Now we can be our own biggest supporter in some things and we need to at times. But one of the greatest blessings we can do for others is to allow them to offer their support in any myriad of things we are trying to accomplish. There have been times in my life when I felt totally alone and unsupported by anyone including the Universe Itself! Now I realize those times were only short periods when I allowed the "darkness" to cover up my inner "light" because I know we are ALWAYS supported by the Loving Universe. We can lose sight of that fact from time to time but it in no way is it true. At least as I see things.Now, at this point in my life I find myself supported by many family members and friends and it helps to keep me strong in trying to become the best human being I possibly can. When we allow anyone to give us suppoprt in any way it not only helps us but it gives the other person satisfaction in knowing that they have done something good and worthwild for another human being. And for most of us that means a lot. The gift of giving is great in itself but the gift of receiving can be just a satisfying. In her book "Walking Through Illusion" Betsy Otter Thompson asks the following questions: "Do I imitate those who are happy, or only those who speak of happiness?"--"DO I live a satisfying life, or do I anticipate satisfaction down the road?"--Do I look for the best in people or do I look for the worse in people?" Good questions indeed! Betsy also shares the following quote: The soul who looks for support rarely finds it; The soul who offers support always does." My sincere hope for each of you is that your life is filled with a great support system made up of kind loving people who you care deeply about. And may you remember to not only accept support but to be a source of support for anyone who may find your help inspiring. I leave you now with hugs and thoughts of inner peace and joy to come your way now and forever.

Thursday, November 18, 2010


Well, ya gotta possess a thing before you can share it with anyone else, dont you agree? And more times than not the thing we do possess doesn't really mean that much too us unless we do share it with others. I'm continually amazed at the folks who claim to love someone else but at the same time say they dont really love themselves. Now like Forrest Gump says:" I'm not a smart man but I know what love is." and I also know you cant give away something you dont have in the first place! So in that regards I would say if we want to be a giver of goodness in this life we must first accept and allow the Universe to endow us with the goodness we intend to share with others at a later date. A quote from Kabbalah states the following:First we receive the Light; then we impart the Light. Thus we repair the world. I agree with this thought and my personal intentions are to allow the Powers That Be to endow me with as much goodness and wisdom that I can accept right now so that I can gladly share it with anyone who cares to listen. And my hope is that each one of you will do the same and maybe, just maybe, by working together we can at the very least, make a few lives more comfortable and fulfilled by sharing our good with everyone. God bless you all, and remember that you can make a difference! I leave each of you with a big hug and hopes that your upcoming weekend will be filled with much love joy and peace.

Monday, November 15, 2010


How many times have you said,"If only I could start over."If you are like me you have probably done that a fe w times at least. And this can be referring to anything in our lives from having a second chance with someone we love or another chance at the "perfect" job etc. Well, I must tell you we can choose to start over Anytime we choose to. It may be too late to save that latest romance, marriage, friendship, new jobs, or anything else we have "lost" but regardless we can still choose to start over. And as long as we can start over I think we may as well start over in a new way that wil bring us pleasure instead of torment. Life is more than happy to giv e us a s many chances to start over as we want. Its never too late or too early to begin anew. In Ernest Holmes book "The Creative Mind" he states:"...all that we have to do is to turn from the old way and begin in the new." And the Science of Mind Textbook states: Evolution is the time and the process through which an idea unfolds to a higher state of manifestation. So instead of feeling depressed, angry, or confused by the way things are unfolding in our lives let us right now decide to turn things around by planting a new seed(thought) as to what it truly is we wish to see made manifest in our own lives. After all is said and done the only one responsibile for our lives is ourselves! I sure hope all of yo have a wonderful week ahead and can remember to enjoy each sacred moment we are given. And also try and see if by chance you can do something nice for someone without expecting anything in return. This in itself will be a new seed planted in our subconscious mind which if taken care of and tended to in the proper way will manifest later in our own lives as some kind of goodness. Bless you all!

Thursday, November 11, 2010


What if we all are immortal no matter what we do here on earth or by what rules we live by. Just a thought and I sure cant say for sure everyone is immortal. I do believe the spiritual essence of us is immortal even tho the human mind and body isnt. I read a quote from Luther Burbank who says:" My body is no older than my mind---and my mind is adolescent. It has never grown up. It never will, I hope. I'm as inquistive as I was at eight years old." Maybe we all should learn to ask questions instead of just accepting anybody's elses way of looking at things. Then maybe this life could be a little less stressful and a little more loving and kind. Think about it my friends!

Tuesday, November 9, 2010


All relationships of a material existence will come and go as we move through the illusions of this material world. Some of these relationships will be deep, meaningful, fulfilling, long lasting, and truly beautiful. Others may be short, shallow, resentful, and very trying. But no matter what these relationships entail or how long they last they will one day cease to be, at least in the form as we know them now. And each relationship should serve to enable us to become better human beings as we learn to grow and to share with others. On the other hand a spiritual relationship will last throughout eternity ( as the way I see things). I believe that those whom we have deep relationships( such as one with our true soulmate) with shall continue even after so called death comes knocking at our door as it surely will one day. And with all my heart I believe we will be reunited with those whom we have experienced deep loving and learning relationships. In what form we will be reunited I can only wish I knew for sure. In his book titled "A New Earth" Eckhart Tolle states the following:"What remains is the light of consciousness in which perceptions, experience, thoughts, and feelings come and go. That is BEING; that is the deeper true I."And from the Science of Mind Textbook comes this thought: To be spiritually minded is to enter that tranquil atmosphere of pure thought, that "Heavenly Consciousness" which is "the secret place of the Most High" in man(woman). So today my friends let us begin to really enjoy our true relationships with those we love by forgiving each of their faults and forgiving ourselves also, and starting our relationships with a new found feeling of love , joy, and grace. God has been "good" enough to bring those folks into our lives so let us take it from there and treat each other as if today is our last day on earth.And then we can look forward to keeping those relationships ongoing in the "future" spiritual relationships. Lets all be good to ourselves and even better to those we love!"HUGS" to you all!

Saturday, November 6, 2010


Have you ever asked yourself:Exactly who am I these days? Whether you have or not it may be the time to do it again or for the first time ever.What are we exactly? We all know we are made up from minerals of the earth and we all arrived here on planet earth by the same means.And we also should know that we are what we consume with our daily diet and that we become who we are by taking in all our experiences and acting as we see fit. But we are a lot more than those things make us. And the exciting thing is we are in control as to the type of human being we wish to become. No matter what circumstances we find ourselves in or experiences we have garnered, we can, at any moment choose to become someone we can love ,respect and be proud of. I know firsthand just how "hard" it can be to do a truly honest self examination. It is so easy for us to see the "faults" in another but at times we are blind to our own faults. Noone likes to be told by anyone that we are less than a great human being. But if we can just be totally honest with ourselves and not put any "spin" on how we are conducting our lives then that is the first step to total self-awareness. And then we can begin to change the things we dont particuliarly like about ourselves. Also this examination should help us to see others in a totally different light and instead of thinking "less" of them we can accept them as they are and realize that just like us they are on their own personal path to spiritual enlightenment. In my friend's (Betsy Otter Thompson) book "Walking Through Illusion" Betsy states: "You are the Light you let in, the love you give, the beauty you define, and the reason you live." I sure agree with Betsy on that and I would recommend that if you haven't read her book yet, do yourself a favor and pick up a copy of it.Betsy is truly one of the most enlightened "souls" I have ever met and she does great work. So right now I sincerely wish for each of you wonderful folks the best of everything that this life has to offer.About the only advice I would ever give is this:Always be good to yourself and even better to those you meet. Be safe out there, have fun, do something nice for someone, and please remember to live each moment to the fullest!

Thursday, November 4, 2010


Now money is something all of us need to truly live a life that is very fulfilling. There are many diferent ideas as to money and what it means to each of us. To some money is the number 1 quest in this life. To some it is just a means to an end. And to some it is considered the "root" of all evil. As for myself I guess I've been to all those conclusions at one time or another in my life. I've always been blessed in that Ive always had enough to get by on. I've never been "rich" and there are a couple of times when I was down to no money at all. But everytime I do go "broke" there has always been an answer to get me back in the flow of enough money to survive. In reality money is only another illusion of this world( or so I believe). In itself money is just metal or paper and cannot do anything of its own accord. I have now arrived at the point in my personal consciousness that I really dont think much about money at all. Every day I tell myself that I have more money than I am going to spend today so why worry about it. I just expect the abundant universe to supply my every need and so far it has worked out wonderfully. But I kkow its hard to say money doesnt mean anything when one is faced with lots of deblt and cant afford to pay the rent. So again Ive arrived at the point where I believe money means different things to all of us. I think the biggest mistake most of us make is not being content with what we have right now. And when we fixuate on the "lack" in our livves then the Universe just gives us more of waht we are thinking and that is lack. Another problem many of us have with the concept of money is that we believe that it truly is the "root" of evil. And we feel if we were rich we would be lead down a path of destruction. In reality money I believe is a gift from the Powers That Be and is only loaned to us to use hopefully in a positive manner.If we can get used tothe idea that money is a spiritual entity our state of lack will be allieviated.As Catherine Ponder wrote " I bless persons and conditions as channels of my prosperity, but God is the Source of my supply." And a quote from the Science of Mind Textbook says: Let us not say that fifteen dollars is material and the Lord's Prayer is spiritual. Everygood thing is from our One Source or God and it is up to us to accept this gift and our responsibility to use the gift wisely. My desire for each of you is that money will flow freely into your lives and that you will use it to not only better your own life but to help others as well. I hope all of you have a most wonderful weekend!

Tuesday, November 2, 2010


May I ask a question of you? When is the last time you told yourself that you loved yourself? Or have you ever told yourself that? When it comes to love we are a curious sort I do believe. We tell folks everyday we love em but usually neglect to love ourselves first. Maybe cause it may sound a little arrogant or smug or whatever and we are afraid others will accuse us of being too full of ourselves. Now I must admit when I do tell myself I love me it sounds kinda strange but one day I got to thinking. And the question I had was this: How can I or anyone for that matter give away something we don't have. So I figured that if I was to truly love anyone I would have to start with myself. This in turn took me to many different thoughts in my mind. It caused me to take a deep look at who I was and what kind of human being I have become. That journey in itself can be scary as it was for me. No one 'myself included' likes to admit we have faults and that there are things about us that can be "hard" to love. So I had to forgive myself first for all my shortcommings and then go from there. And today I can say I do love myself. That's not to say that I still don't have faults to overcome and Im a long long way from becoming the human being I eventually want to be. But at least now when i tell someone I love them I know I can because I have loved myself first(warts and all) and it is now mine to freely give away. So here you go my friends---I love ya'll , yep every single one of you even if I may not agree w ith the way you are living or not. I can still love you as you are and only hope you are working on becoming a kind caring and loving human being. Try this if you will. Look inot a big mirror and repeat to your reflection I LOVE YOU JUST THE WAY YOU ARE! You may laugh at yourself think its all silly or whatever else but believe me if you want to truly be a loving being you have to love yourself first.Good luck on your personal journey to finding the "good" in everybody and everything life has to offer. I will now leave you with a quote from Oscar Wilde:"To love yourself is the beginning of a lifelong romance."

Sunday, October 31, 2010


Today I want to share with you a quote from Eckhart Tolle's book ," A New Earth "
In it he states:" Feel yourself being an opening which energy flows from the unmanifested Source of all life through you for the benefit of all."
And my wish for each of you is that you will be an open channel for "good" to flow through and out into this world for the benefit of all of us as a human family. May the new week ahead be filled with much peace, love, and joy for all of us.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010


Each of us are blessed with a mind given to us by God to go out in this material world and make each moment one we can be proud of. And at the same time we can freely choose to make any moment truly miserable for ourselves or for another. Such is the way of life! And we all make mistakes along the way and if we are truly wise then we will try our best to keep an open mind and view things as it feels from our own heart and not just words we have heard or read that only reflect anothers "truth". It is one thing to study and read any material that we feel necessary for our life's journey but another thing to try and force our way upon any one else. In her book "Walking Through Illusion" Betsy Otter Thompson offers these questions to us as to where our paths are taking us. The first question is:"Is my philosophy making me happy or causing me pain and sorrow?" And I m ight add also, is my philosophy causing me to live in fear. Betsy's second question is: Is my knowledge creating love or is it causing intimidation?" And the Third question is:" Am I honoring my ideals or caving in at the slightest opposition?" Betsy then tells us this: "Evaluate your journey by how well you have loved. not by how well others have loved you." My sincerest hope is that each of you beautiful people are on a path of enlightenment that is bring you much happiness, love, joy, and contentment!

Friday, October 22, 2010


I truly believe that no matter what one thinks to be true or just or whatever else that each of our actions will cause a reaction of a type similiar as to what we have done. If ones act has been one of kindnes, then the chances are quite good that this action will in turn be returned as an act of kindness directed to the one who's action put this into motion. Likewise if one commits an act of violence then this action will return one day as the same again directed to the one responsibile for the original action. This law, I do believe. always works, is quick, and is always just. Call it what you will, karma, the golden rule, or anything else but it always remains true.Our thoughts dictate our actions so may we all be watchful of our thoughts and try to make them ones of a positive nature today and we will be blessed with positive results in our lives down the road. My wish as always for you is that your life will be blessed with much love peace and joy! I would like now to leave you with a quotation from William Blake:"If the doors of perception were cleansed, everything would be seen as it is, infinite."

Monday, October 18, 2010


I suppose most , if not all, of us have at least a few ambitions in this life. And I do hope that yours are of a positive nature. As a child I had ambitions that now looking back seem so laughable. I wanted to be a football player(even tho I was a skinny little kid and not a lot of skill). Then I wanted to be an astronaut( even tho I had no idea how to get there) plus quite a few more. As I grew inot a young adult my ambitions changed drastically. Getting out on my own and working my ambition was to make lots of money(even tho I never tried to further my education). A little later on my ambition was to get marreid and have a family(I finally did that one, and its the best thing that ever happened to me). Now as I find myself in my late 50's my ambitions seem to have quietly disappeared for the most part. I've finally focused on just trying to become the very best human being I can. All the other stuff(except my family and friends and health) just dont seem to be very important now a days. I really do hope you wil find a way to make all your ambitions come true and that they will in turn help make you a better human being and that it will serve to make this life a little better for everyone. I want to leave you with a quote from my friend Betsy Otter Thompson's book called "Walking Through Illusion". On page 25 she states:"Cherish your ambitions. Then it won't matter in which direction you take them, the results will be enjoyable." Take care friends and remember to enjoy each moment!

Saturday, October 16, 2010


Today is a brand new day. Now the question is what are you going to do with it? I hope your choice's bring you much peace and happiness. As for me I have decided to live it with joy in my heart and to share this joy with all I come into contact with this day. And my hope is that you too will decide to spend the day with joy for yourself and all others. I leave you with a quote from Torkom Saraydarian who sums it up pretty clearly I do believe. The quote is this: "The future, higher evolution will belong to those who live in joy, who share joy, and who spread joy." My sincere desire for all of you beautiful people is that the weekend will be filled with much love peace and joy for you and yours.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010


As darkness fades away the ever present light of one's soul lights up our way as we go along inthis physical world. How many times have I lost track of my own inner "light"? Way to numerous to try and recall all of them. One thing I have learned however, is that no matter how "hard" I may try to undermine my "light" it always comes out again. And to me this is a most refreshing and comforting thought that always helps me see through all the illusions of life and enables me to carry on with hope and inspiration for a better today and tomorrow.I want to share with you a thought form Eckhart Tolle in his book titled "A New Earth". In it he states"What remains is the light of consciousness in which perceptions, experiences, thoughts, and feelings come and go." So right now no matter what life is handing you just remember your Divine Light of truth and inspiration is still within your soul just awaiting your recognition. I sure hope of you are having a terrific week so far. Be safe and remember to enjoy every moment and life it to the fullest!

Friday, October 8, 2010


By saying I am God let me be clear that I am not saying I am the One who makes the rules nor am I the One who is in charge of anything other than living my own life. What I am trying to say is that I believe all of us are a unique expression of the Life Force many of us call God. No matter what the ego is doing underneath all of the illusions and paradoxes of life we are truly all God! I read a quote from Rev. Jack Deaton(whom I have never met personally) which says:"The greatest concept we can have of God is the greatest concept we can have of ourselves." And I wholeheartedly agre with Mr. Deaton on this. Whatever your concept of God which is very personal to each of you, my sincere hope and wish is that your concept will truly help you to become the very best human being possible and that it will bring you much joy and inner peace as you travel along the highway of human life and understanding. May your weekend ahead be filled with much love, peace, and joy!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010


Our thoughts and attitudes play such an important part of our lives and we sometimes seem to forget this is true and therefore our lives can at times seem to spiral out of control. And more often than not when this happens instead of changing our thoughts and mindset we go even further into a "funk" by adding more negative thoughts and actions than before. And all this can start out so benign usually.Someone says something we don't like, what we had planned doesnt work out, that new "job" didnt materialize, that raise didnt come through etc etc. And those are the times when we should and must dig deep to change our "train" of thoughts and try our best to remain positive and just "know" that everything is working out for our best even if we can't see it at the time.If we can only watch every thought and keep it on a positive note then "life" will "listen" to these thought and give us the best outcome we may cannot even conceive of at the moment.This isn't "easy" to do when things seem to be going all "wrong" but it doesw get easier if we practice it long and hard enough.Life is like a big mirror that always "reflects" back to us what our thoughts are focused on. Getting our "little ego selves" out of the way can be trying but with some effort we can all do it. I would love to leave with you now another great quote from my friend Betsy Otter Thompson from her book Walking Through Illusion. ON page 23 Betsy writes--"Disappointment comes from thinking that life should be different. Enjoyment comes from thinking that life is wonderful the way it is." Thanks for this reminder Betsy! I sinceerely hope all of you have an extraordinary week filled with lots of love, peace, and joy!

Thursday, September 30, 2010


All of us have a t one time or another been taken advantage of, cheated, lied to, and abused by someone we knew and even trusted. Sadly, that seems to just be a part of this earthly life we cannot get around. Unless one just stays inside and never ventures out into the world they will at some time have reason to forgive someone.They say forgiveness is divine and Im sure that is true but there are more than one reason to forgive. First and foremost, I believe, is that unless we do forgive those who have hurt us the hurt will continue to linger in our minds and souls and create all kinds of "bad" things in our life. Even after we may have forgotten the hurt itself unless forgiveness has been given the old feelings still eat at one like a runaway cancer.That brings us to another reason to forgive--that is to help us( the one who has been wronged) to heal and able to get on with our life.Another reason(and one I think a lot of us overlook) to forgive is that until we do then the one who harmed us is still "winning". Chances are they have already "forgotten" the hurt they did to you and they continue on with their life as if nothing has happened. Therefore they are not bothered,( in a conscious way at least) and it does not cause them to lose any sleep over the wrong they have done. Now if we still harbor ill feelings toward that person it will keep us awake a t night thinking"How could they have done that to me?" We lose sleep trying to figure it out and the more we think of it the madder we get. That in turn raises our blood pressure and can even cause physical sickness as well as mental torment.So in that regard the one who was responsible for the hurt goes along nicely while we continue to suffer in different ways. So that makes them still winning over us. So I say go ahead and forgive(not forget) but forgive and just let it go with the assurance that the one who inflicted the damage will someday have to pay that karmic debt and in the meantime you are now free to live your life with a much better attitude. I once read an old adage somewhere that I try my best to live by--and that adage is this "The best revenge is living well". Just try that and see what happens the next time someone abuses you in any way. Just forgive them and go on and continue to live a great life. And believe me that will drive your "enemies" crazier than any other revenge you may try to exact on them. And also if you do react to their actions with a revenge motive to "equal" the score just remember that for every action there is a reaction and be most assured that the One Spirit will ALWAYS give you back a reflection of what you put out either by action or thought. So in closing let me say that if I have offended any of you in this life in any manner I am truly sorry and I ask for your forgiveness and you can be assured that I hold no ill feelings toward any of you. May "God" always help me stay centered and to remember that forgiveness is truly a Divine action. My hope and prayer for all of you truly wonderful folks is that you and yours will be blessed today and forever with the best of everything."HUGS" to all of you.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010


I truly believe that each day is a gift given to each of us to do with what we please. There are times when lots of us seem to forget this. We sometimes start our day off with a negative attitude and feel stressed to get our "work" done. We oft times begin the day without stopping to give thanks that we are alive and have a brand new day just waiting to embrace us with its many splendors. A new day which noone has ever lived in before nor will again. And we have at our fingertips the Divine "brush" to create our masterpiece. I firmly believe if each of us would take a moment at the beginning of each new day to decide to give a gift back to the One Mind our days would then be better lived and contain much more love and goodness. And the gifts we decide to give dont have to cost us anything. Sometimes the gift of being nice to a stranger will do more for us than a gift which cost lots o f money. Some of the gifts we could and should giv e freely as an example are: A warm smile to everyone we meet, a handshake that says I love you, A compliment to someone who doesnt expect it, holding a door open for the next person, letting someone go in front of you even tho you are next in line--You get the picture Im sure.And the best thing about giving gifts from the heart is that you as the giver are as much blessed by it as the receiver of the gift. So allow your ego self to step aside and try "gifting" from the heart at least once or twice a day and see the positive results in your life happen often. In closing Id like to share the following quote about giving to others. This quote comes from the book Walking Through Illusion by my friend Betsy Otter Thompson.--"Giving to others without emotional lift leaves you bereft of pleasure, and others bereft of a gift"-- So make sure the gift you give comes from the heart simply for the purpose of doing something nice with no regards to getting anything back in return.Hugs I now leave with each of you wonderful people!

Friday, September 24, 2010


I've heard lots of different folks talk about the Day of Judgement which in their minds is the day that God decides to end our world and we are then "judged" according to how we lived our lives here on earth.That may well be the case even though I don't personally believe in a so called judgement day per se. Instead I feel that every day is judgement day and we reap whatever karma we deserve by the acts we have done or left undone. The Universal Mind only knows how to giv e to us that which we accept. And whatev er we put out either called "good" or "bad" this Mind will return to us in the proper way and time.Here's hoping that all your "judgements" today will be for the best! May all of you wonderful folks be blessed with a great weekend filled with lots of love, joy, and peace of mind.And try not to forget to do something kind for someone just for the heck of it!

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Illusionary reward keeps you seeking more and better on a fairly regular basis. But illusion won't get you the more and better that satisfies. For that, you have to appreciate the more and better you have.

In all the little things you relish are all the big things that matter.

These thoughts to ponder are from Betsy Otter Thompson's book titled "Walking Through Illusion" Thank you Betsy for allowing me to share these words of wisdom with my readers.

Friday, September 17, 2010


I'd like to take time to introduce to all of my friends and readers of my blog to a wonderful lady who is a very talented writer. Her name is Betsy Otter Thompson. Some of you may already be familiar with her and her books. I was fortunate enough to acquire a copy of her book titled"Walking Through Illusion". I did a quick read through and am now in the process of reading it again much slower this time around. I have to say that I really feel it is one of the "best" boks Ive come across in quite a while. The way Betsy interpets the info in this book is awesome.One of my all time favorite writers is Richard Back(author of Jonathon Livingstone Seagull,A bridge Across Forever, Illusions, and One just to name a few.) And this book by Betsy reminds me so much of Bach's works. It is very uniquely written from a very diferent viewpoint and it has caused me to do a lot of deep thinking which I desperately need to do from time to time. As I continue to read agin Betsy's book I am going to share some of her quotes here on the blog. But if you get a free moment you should check out Betsy's work for yourself.She has been kind enough to allow me to share parts of her book here online and a link that you can follow to contact her person to person. One of her links is http://www.betsythompson.com. And now here is just a small sampling of her work in Walking Through Illusion--In chapter 11 which is titled Truth she asks the reader this question: "Whose truth is the right truth?" She then answers this question with the following--"No one else's beliefs have validity in your life unless you live them, love them, and therefore understand them" I couldn't agree more with Betsy on that statement . I do hope you will do yourself a favor and check out her website. She has also published other books one may find interesting. In closing may I wish for each of you dear folks a very blessed weekend for you and yours. My sincerest hope is that it will be filled with much love, peace,joy, and fun! Be safe out there in this big ol world and try to do something good for someone! "HUGS" to each of you.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010


I would like to take this opportunity to call your attention to my friend Chris's music and his band which is called the Thrift Store Poets. I was fortunate enough to obtain one of their cds and the music is really great. Chris writes his own songs and I have found them to be quite good. In case you would like to check them out you can go to his blog which I myself follow. It is called Christopher's Thoughts. Once on his blog you can then listen to a sampling of his music. I just wanted to share this with any of you who love music as much as I myself do. So check it out, I think you will really like his music!

Monday, September 13, 2010


You can only manifest what you already have.--Eckhart Tolle."A NEW EARTH"

Intuition is God in man(kind)--Science of Mind

There is one mind common to all individuals.--Ralph Waldo Emerson

Prayer does something to the mind of the one praying.--Science of Mind

Friday, September 10, 2010


The simplest questions are the most profound. Where were you born? Where is your home? Where are you going? What are you doing? Think about these once in a while,and watch your answers change.

You teach best what you most need to learn.
Live never to be ashamed if anything you do or say is published around the world--even if what is published is not true.

Your friends will know you better in the first minute you meet than your acquaintances will know you in a thousand years.

The best way to avoid responsibility is to say, "I've got responsibilities."

Argue for your limitations, and sure enough, they're yours.

Imagine the universe beautiful and just and perfect, then be sure of one thing: the IS has imagined it quite a bit better than you have.

A cloud does not know why it moves in just such a direction and at such a speed, it feels an impulsion....this is the place to go now. But the sky knows the reasons and the patterns behind all clouds, and you will know too, when you lift yourself high enough to see beyond horizons.

You are never given a wish without also being given the power to make it true. You may have to work for it, however.

The world is your exercise book, the pages on which you do your sums. It is not reality, although you can express reality there if you wish. You are also free to write nonsense, or lies, or to tear the pages.

The original sin is to limit the IS. Don't.

If you will practice being fictional for a while, you will understand that fictional characters are sometimes more real than people with bodies and heartbeats.

Your conscience is the measure of the honesty of your selfishness. Listen to it carefully.

Every person, all the events of your life are there because you have drawn them there. What you choose to do with them is up to you.

The truth you speak has no past and no future. It is, and that's all it needs to be.

In order to live free and happily, you must sacrifice boredom. It is not always an easy sacrifice.

Don't be dismayed at good-byes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again. And meeting again, after moments or lifetimes, is certain for those who are friends.

The mark of your ignorance is the depth of your belief in injustice and tragedy. What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the master calls a butterfly.

Here is a test to find whether your mission on earth is finished: If you're alive, it isn't.

And lastly, everything I've written may be wrong!

Peace and love to all of you beautiful people I now leave you with thoughts of goodness for you and yours today tomorrow and forever.

Thursday, September 9, 2010


Some more quotes from Richard Bach's book Illusions:

Learning is finding out what you already know. Doing is demonstrating that you know it.
Teaching is reminding others that they know just as well as you.
You are all learners, doers, teachers.

Your only obligation in any lifetime is to be true to yourself. Being true to anyone else or anything else is not only impossible, but the mark of a fake messiah.

Thursday, September 2, 2010


From Richard Bach's book Illusions comes the following:
Perspective--use it or lose it.
If you turned to this page, you're forgetting that what is going on around you is not reality.
Think about that.
Remember where you came from, where you're going, and why you created the mess you got yourself into in the first place.
You're going to die a horrible death, remember. It's all good training, and you'll enjoy it more if you keep the facts in mind.
Take your dying with some seriousness, however. Laughing on the way to your execution is not generally understood by less advanced life-forms, and they'll call you crazy.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010


Meditation is like unto the water of a pond--made murky by agitation--being calmed so as to allow all the mud and silt to settle to the bottom so that the water becomes clear, and you can see all the way to the bottom.

And then you will discover there is something at the bottom of your mind that can only be seen when your mind is completely calm. Something deeper than the root of your thoughts; below the foundation of your personality.

And it is the same thing that is at the bottom of the so called physical world; deeper than the root of all matter; below the foundation of the universe.

It is eternal; it is the real you, and that is why and how you are immortal.

Monday, August 30, 2010


In his book titled Creative Mind Ernest Holmes says: "As we sit in the silence of our own souls and listen, it will be the greatest thing we will ever do."

And from the writings of Kathy Hearn comes this paragraph.
"When we set an intention, we focus our attention. In doing so, we attune to the amazing coincidences, the synchronicities, and we may become aware of information that has always been present. When we realize that God speaks to us directly, we must be careful that what we listen to is God. The Divine authority is not a revelation which takes place without reason, but in reason."

I sincerely hope that each of you will have a great week filled with much love peace and joy!

Friday, August 27, 2010


I would like to share with you a piece of poetry I wrote a while ago and had the privilege of reading it during a poetry jam here in Paducah a couple of years ago. I ran across it while going thru some of my notebooks . I hope you will enjoy.
A simple life, yet woven thread by thread
Blending into the tapestry of life's illusions
Each experience colored by shades of gray
Distinguished by one's own perceptions
Judgements, yea right, wrong, good, evil
Truths, still unknown, concealed like nuggets
Buried, awaiting one's precipitant discovery

The light ceases to shine, but doth it really?
No wait, there, it cascades it's beacon outward
Twas only obscured potential, masked by clouds of darkness
Which contain doubts, fears, and a restless unknowingness

Light shines thru, where doth the darkness burrow?
Thru the mist of gray, it's rays burst forth
With many a sliver of radiant beauty
Distant, afar at first glance, tho it be

It caresses tenderly those colors of gray
Transforming the hues to reds, yellows
Blues, greens, all color that lies between

I see a tint of green, you say blue
But whose dream is this, mine or yours?
I say mine, so green it must be

It makes no difference that I can discern
For all the shades, the tints, the ambiguous hues
From the One Source they all did arrive

So make your dream one colored in blue, that's alright
This One Source I speak of, make it your heart's delight
For that's all you really have, whether you may believe it or not!

This Source, this Light, it possesses no judgements
It awaits your call, tis your humble servant
It has only to offer an unconditional love
It serves each of us equally, there are no favorites
If I want red it pours down red!
If you choose yellow then yellow it tis

I speak of colors, tho not the only illusion
Each path chosen to be trod upon by one
I imagine, twill be filled with many a winding turn
Taking one here, one there, one everywhere

What is it you choose? Where would you love to go?
What is it you would love to have manifest?
Tis all up to you, I hope you can plainly see

What color journey does your soul desire?
Which illusions to disrobe, which to retain?

Whichever the road, what ere the dreams
Walk proud each step, know you're never alone
Remember the Light, that one source of all
It dwells within you, awaiting your beck and call

Try heeding its tranquil summons to love
Enjoy your illusions, your colors, your dreams
Allow others theirs, no matter how they seem
Take freely from Life, but be quick to share

Be the color you choose, and do it with passion
For after the grandest illusion you've shattered
The soul is allowed to return to Its Source
Then you will know, you're at long last home
Where all is One, and One is All
Go swiftly my friend and I'll meet you there

Tuesday, August 24, 2010


From the writings of Kathy Hearn I share the following: "All of us are invisibly rooted in the Mind of God. We find assurance when we recognize that Life that has no problems-The Mind of God within us already knows the solution. That knowing can only communicate through us. It speaks to us in the form of our intuition, which is nothing less than God in man waiting to be recognized. Everything we really need to know is always available. Our challenge is to become open and receptive tothe information."

Saturday, August 21, 2010


So the woman saw that the tree was good to eat from and a delight to the eye, and the serpent said to her,"Eat of it, for when you eat of it, you will be as wise as God." But the woman said,"No, God has commanded us not to eat of it, and I will not disobey God." And God called to the man and the woman and said to them, "Because you have hearkened to My word and not disobeyed My command, I shall reward you greatly." To the man he said, "You will never have to work again. Spend all of your days in idle contentment, with food growing all around you." To the woman he said, "You will bear children without pain and you will raise them without pain. They will need nothing from you. Children will not cry when their parents die,and parents will not cry when their children die." To both of them he said,"For the rest of your lives you will have full bellies and contented smiles. You will never cry and you will never laugh. You will never long for somethingyou don't have, and you will never receive something you always wanted." And the man and the woman grew old together inthe Garden, eating daily from the tree of life and having many children. And the grass grew high around the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil until it disappeared from view, for there was no one to tend it.

Friday, August 20, 2010


I have always questioned the Bible's version of the beginning of humankind because it sounded a little more like a fairy tale or myth than actual truth.The bibles version just left me with so many questions and didnot make a lot of sense to me. The other day I read in my friend Euresso's blog the following story and thought I'd share it with now of course with the permission of Euresso who was kind enough to allow me to copy from his blog. In Euresso's words this is not intended to tear apart the biblical version but just to take a different look because the old interpretation leads to too much guilt and an unreasonable quest for perfection. The following is from a book by Harold Kushner titled How Good Do We Have To Be?
"Isn't this a harsh punishment for one small mistake? Pain and death, banishment from Paradise, for breaking one rule? Is God really that strict? And perhaps the most troubling of all, If the forbidden tree was the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, does that imply that Adam and his mate had no knowledge of good and evil before they ate of it? If so, how could they have been expected to know that it was wrong to disobey God? And why were they punished if they had no sense of good and evil before they ate it?" How Good Do We Have To Be chapter 2

Rabbi Kushner reinterprets the Genesis story of not one of guilt, sin, and punishment, but instead a story describing our journey of evolution out of our animal life.
"It is the story of the first human being graduating, evolving from the relatively uncomplicated world of animal life to the immensely complicated world of being human and knowing that there is more to life than eating and mating, that there are such things as Good and Evil. They enter a world where they will inevitably make many mistakes, not because they are weak or bad but because the choices they confront will be such difficult ones"......."The story of the Garden of Eden is not a story of the Fall of Man but the emergence of Humankind"

Later I will follow this up with How the story of the Garden of Eden may have ended as told by Mr Kushner.
I sincerely hope that each of you will have a weekend filled with much love joy and inner peace!

Tuesday, August 17, 2010


As I've stated before I believe that within each of us lies that Invisible Source which I prefer to call Spirit that remains at our center being always calm and always ready to assist us in our daily travels on planet earth. This source is like a light that clears away the 'darkness" of life's misunderstandings, fears and doubts. I would now like to share a paragraph on this subject from the writings of Kathy Hearn who is Community Spiritual Leader for the United Centers for Spiritual Living. Ms. Hearn states: "Perhaps the greatest expression of the principal of divine guidance comes to us through our internal vibration. When our actions are grounded in God, in love, and when we make our lives constructive in such a way as to harm no one but to bless all, we move forward in a state of peace and calm; security develops, and we are aware that we have tapped our invisible Source. There is no limit to the power.

Monday, August 16, 2010


From the Science of Mind magazine I found the following affirmations that I'd like to share with you now.The first one is titled From Within--I am conscious of the Divine Presence that is within me, the Source and substance of all my good. This good is always flowing to me and through me. I allow this presence to be fully activated as my life now. I live from the inside out.
2.I AM ONE -The fullness of Spirit is activated within me now. I express the life energy of peace, joy, and beauty. Every aspect of my life reveals the magnificence of God in all that I say and do. I am one with God.
3. THE LIGHT OF GOD-I stand in the light of pure Spirit. I stand as the light of pure Spirit. I know that I am guided by this light in all that I do. Open and receptive to this light, I allow it to shine as me. I am the light of God.
4.I RECEIVE MY GOOD- I am one with God. I recognize my oneness with all there is and see the beauty of God everywhere I look. I receive the good of God in all that I do. I let go, and I let God be God as me. All is well.

Friday, August 13, 2010


I would like to share with you all the following prologue of Richard Bach's book called ILLUSIONS. Take from it what you will and I sincerely hope you find it thought provoking.

1.There was a Master come unto the earth, born in the holy land of Indiana, raised in the mystical hills east of Ft. Wayne.
2.The Master learned of this world in the public schools of Indiana, and as he grew, in his trade as a mechanic of automobiles.
3.But the Master had learnings from other hands and other schools, from other lives that he had lived. He remembered these and remembering became wise and strong, so that others saw his strength and came to him for council.
4.The Master believed that he had power to help himself and all mankind, and as he believed so it was for him, so that others saw his power and came to him to be healed of their troubles and their many diseases.
5.The Master believed that it is well for any man to think upon himself as a son of God, and as he believed, so it was, and the shops and garages where he worked became crowded and jammed with those who sought his learning and his touch; and the streets outside with those who longed only that the shadow of his passing might fall upon them, and change their lives.
6.It came to pass, because of the crowds, that the several foremen and shop managers bid the Master to leave his tools and go his way, for so tightly was he thronged that neither he nor other mechanics had room to work upon the automobiles.
7.So it wasthat he went into the countryside, and people following began to call him Messiah, and worker of miracles; and as they believed, it was so.
8.If a storm passed as he spoke, not a raindrop touched a listener's head; the last of the multitude heard his words as clearly as the first, no matter lightning nor thunder in the sky about. And always he spoke to them in parables.
9.And he said unto them,"Within each of us lies the power of our consent to health and to sickness, to riches and to poverty, to freedom and to slavery. It is we who control these, and not another."
10.A mill man spoke and said,"Easy words for you Master, for you are guided as we are not, and need not toil as we toil. A man has to work for his living in this world."
11.The Master answered and said,"Once there lived a village of creatures along the bottom of a great crystal river.
12."The current of the river swept silently over them all- young and old, rich and poor, good and evil, the current going its own way, knowing only its own crystal self.
13. "Each creature in its own manner clung tightly to the twigs and rocks of the river bottom, for clinging was their way of life, and resisting the current what each had learned from birth.
14. "But one creature said at last,"I am tired of clinging. Though I cannot see it with my eyes. I trust that the current knows where it is going. I shall let go, and let it take me where it will. Clinging, I shall die of boredom."
15. The other creatures laughed and said "Fool1 Let go, and that current you worship will throw you tumbled and smashed across the rocks, and you will die quicker than boredom!"
16."But the one heeded them not, and taking a breath did let go, and at once was tumbled and smashed by the current across the rocks.
17."Yet in time, as the creature fefused to cliing again, the current lifted him free from the bottom, and he was bruised and hurt no more.
18. "And the cretures downstream, to whom he was a stranger, cried,"See,a miracle! A creature like ourselves, yet he flies! See the Messiah, come to save us all!"
19."And the one carried in the current said, "I am no more Messiah than you. The river delights to lift us free, if only we dare let go. Our true work is this voyage, this adventure."
20."But they cried the more, Saviour! all the while clinging to the rocks, and when they looked again he was gone, and they were left alone making legends of a Saviour."
21.And it came to pass when he saw that the multitude thronged him the more day by day, tighter and closer and fiercer than ever they had, when he saw that they pressed him to heal them without rest, and feed them always with his miracles, to learn for them and to live their lives, he went alone that day unto a hilltop apart, and there he prayed.
22.And he said in his heart,Infinite Radiant Is, if it be thy will, let this cup pass from me, let me lay aside this impossible task. I cannot live the life of one other soul, yet ten thousand cry to me for life. I'm sorry I allowed it all to happen. If it be thy will , let me go back to my engines and my tools and let me live as other men.
23.And a voice spoke to him on the hilltop, a voice neither male nor female, lopud nor soft, a voice infinitely kind. And the voice said unto him,"Not my will, but thine be done.For what is thy will is mine for thee. Go thy way as other men, and be thou happy on the earth."
24.And hearing, the Master was glad, and gave thanks and came down from the hilltop humming a little mechanic's song. And when the throng pressed him with its woes, beseeching him to heal for it and learn for it and feed it nonstop from his understanding and to entertain it with his wonders, he smiled upon the multitude and said pleasantly unto them,"I quit."
25.For a moment the multitude was stricken dumb with astonishment.
26.And he said unto them,"If a man told God that he wanted most of all to help the suffering world, no matter what the price to himself, and God answered and told him what he must do, should the man do as he is told?"
27."Of course Master!" cried the many."It shuld be a pleasure for him to suffer the tortures of hell itself, should God ask it!"
28."No matter what the tortures, nor how difficult the task?"
29."Honor to be hanged, glory to be nailed to a tree and burned, if so be that God has asked," said they.
30."And what would you do," the Master said unto the multitude, "if god spoke directly to your face and said, "I command that you be happy in the world. As long as you live" what would you do then?"
31.And the multitude was silent, not a voice, not a sound was heard upon the hillsides, across the valleys where they stood.
32.And the Master said unto the silence, "In the path of our happiness shall we find the learning for which we have chosen this lifetime. So it is that I have learned this day, and choose to leave you now to walk your own path, as you please."
33.And he went his way through the crowds and left them, and he returned to the everyday world of men and machines.

Richard Bach----Illusions The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah


Well now I have been asked by a commenter what stuff am I smoking? YOW!! You know what though, I just may be crazy with my beliefs and all but they bring me so much inner peace Im gonna hld onto them until I feel they are no longer "right" for me. At least I am open minded enough to say that I can and would change my beliefs if something causes my heart to tell me so.But in themeantime I will say that the GREATEST freedom I found was when I discovered I DIDNOT have to be RIGHT. So therefore I never have to defend my beliefs or prove them to anyone except myself. Man, I think it must be really hard to have to be "right" all the time. Just a thought though. I hope all of yu folks have a most wonderful weekend. Be safe and enjoy evry moment.

Thursday, August 12, 2010


Man Ive been hearing so much these days about the bible I thought its time for me to take another visit with it.For my anonymosu friends who visit I first say this again is only my take on what the bible says. Im almost sure your assessment will be quite different so dont judge me too harshly for what I see. I open the bible and it begins In the beginning........... Wait theres a problem already.... With my beliefs God has no beginning and thus no ending.....how is this? I wish I knew! But I am well aware that God, The One Life, Buddha, Oversoul, Universal Mind,Great Spirit, or any other name we ascribe to God is definately infinite. And as human beings we are working with a finite mind where all things have to have a beginning and ending. If the bible are words direct from the entity God I just wonder why He didnt begin by telling all of us how He came to bring about all the universes and man and woman? Seems to me that would have cleared up a lot of questions right off the bat. Was this universe and earth itself made in just 1 day as it says in Genesis?If that is the case how come scientists have proved that the planet has been here for millions of years? The story of Adam and Eve just doesnt feel good to me either.Again science has offered a more concrete idea of how life was evolved from the single cell organism instead of God just "making" a full grown man and putting him in the Garden of Eden before deciding to take out a rib from man and create woman. I mean if God just created man form the dust why did He have to take a rib from the male? I think that maybe the writer of Genesis was a little male biased and wanted to make it clear that woman was put here to be "under" the rule of men. But then I could be wrong maybe God did it just to have us humans forever wondeer about the creation and how it got started.This is just one thought I have had about the bible and wanted to share it with you.Which everway you believe all this got started is fine with me and I dont think it really matters all that much anyway.But again I may be wrong! Sure hope all of you have a wonderful funfilled and safe weekend.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010


After reading the continuing posts from L M about how Science of Mind is heresey and that Im doomed for living by its principals I now feel the need to share with my readers what SOM says about itself. And as far as LM repaeting that I think I am a God he is just twisting my words into something that is only a partial truth as to what I did say.Myself and SOM followers do believe that ALL living forms are an incarnation of God's Spirit and that we ALL use the ONE MIND of God in out expression as human beings on earth. LM tries tomake it sound like I am an ego driven person who is trying to deceive others inot believing I am God and that anything I say is TRUTH. I will say that anything I believe true is MT TRUTH and mine only. That doesnt mean I feell you or anyone else should have to follow my truth to find salvation and peace of mind. LM seems intent on arguing anything I print so as to justify his beliefs in his own mind. I know I could easily just delete his comments but I choose to let him speak his words and I encourge him to continue to live by his faitha nd truth as long as it brings him peace of mind and satisfaction.DO I agree with LM's beliefs? NO NO NO I dont. I studied the religious dogmas along with many other writings since I am not one sighted enough to beleiive that the Bible is the Only book written that has merit to it. While LM in his own words said anything written by anyone who does not believe the way he does is not worth the paper it is printed on. Dont take my word for that just look at one of his comments under my entry THE LARGER LOVES. Ifyou have a moment take a look at he poem and see what you think about it. Does it have any merit? I truly believe it does but according to LM it doesnt because it came from a SOM reader and contribitor.How anybody can say this poem doesnt have merit is way beyond me. I just dont get it. Also Id like to say that LM just keeps on saying I believe I or we can do ANYTHING we want, well thats taking my words out of context.Of course we can do what we want to do. But that doesnt mean I do things that hurt other people, atleast not on purpose.By living to my own personal standards that I have developed over the years by reading SOM, the BIble, and many many other teachings I strive to accept everybody as they are without condemnation(DO I judge others as LM is quick to point out? Yes I do but I dont condemn them for their beliefs and I never tell them they are WRONG in their beliefs and as long as they are not hurting anyone else I have no problem with the way they are living their life.Another thing Id like to clear up is that even tho I do ascribe to SOM this blog is not intended to bring anyone to accept this teaching.Maybe I have described my blog in the wrong words I dunno.My only reason is that I want to share my philosophy with Anyone who is looking for ways to enhance their spiritua growth.Im not trying to convert anybody to anything!! Just sharing because in the past I have heard from people who have told me they were able to use some of my writings to help them find inner peace and contentment. And for me that is reason enough to continue. As Ralph Waldo Emerson once said and I paraphrase--"To know that even one life has breathed easier because you wer here is to have succeeded." In one of LM's comments he mentioned that I had almost caused a friend of his to go down the wrong path. I think I know who he is talking about and all I did was offer to answer any questions she had as to my philosophy. She emailed me a couple of tiems and I answered with sincerity and truth but after the 2nd email she never wrote again. So therefore I just removed her name from my address book and never wrote her again. But if she ever does change her mind and gets past the "help" LM has given her and wants to know more about me all she has to do is write.Now if I was trying to convert people do you think I would have just dropped it that quick?But one reason I feel for this lady is that I knkow the "religion" she is a part of does make her feel guilty because she told me as much.And personally I feel any religion or any truth that teaches any kind of fear or wrath or condemnation isnt worth the paper it is written on to borrow a phrase from my friend LM. Any way with all that having been said I would say to anyone who feels the desire to see what Science fo Mind is all about is to just go to their web page and check it out for yourself.Again I dont see how anyone can find fault with a way f life that teaches love is in all and is all.Now I am posting SOM's What We Believe so maybe it can clear up exactly what it is.

We believe in God, The Living Spirit Almighty; one, indestructable, Absolute, and Self-Existent Cause
This One manifest Itself in and through all creation, but is not absorbed by Its creation. The manifest universe is the Body of God; it is a logical and necessary outcome of definite Self-knowingness of God

We believe in the individualization of the Spirit in Us, and that all people are individualizations of the One Spirit.
We believe in eternality, the immortality, and the continuity of the individual Sou, Forever and ever expanding.
We believe that heaven is within us, and that we experience it to the degree that we become conscious ot it.

We believe the ultimate goal of Life itself is to be a complete Freedom from all discord of every nature, and that this goal is sure to be attained by all.

We believe in the Unity of all life and that the Highest God is Personal to all who feel this indwelling Presence.

We believe in the direct revelation of Truth through our intuitive and Spiritual Nature, and that anyone may become a revealer of truth who lives in close contact with the indwelling God.

We believe that the Universal Spirit, which is God, operates through a Universal Mind which is the law of God; and that we are surrounded by this creative mind which receives the direct impress of our thoughts and acts upon it.
We believe in the healing of the sick throught his power of mind
We believe in the control of conditions through the power of this Mind
We believe in Eternal Goodness, the eternal loving-kindness; and the Eternal Givingness of life to all
We believe in our own soul, our own spirit, and our own destiny;
For we understand that the life of All is God

Friday, August 6, 2010


I came across this piece of poetry I had clipped out of a Science of Mind magazine some years ago. I think this is a wonderful piece of work and one of my favorites. I wanted to share it with all of you today. May your weekend be filled with lots of love , peace and joy for you and yours. The following poem was written by John D. Engle, Jr.


The larger loves will never ask for proof.
They are their own proof, and they are secure
in knowing that there is a certainty
beyond the reach of doubt, a trust that glows
although it need not be defined or spoken

The larger loves allow the soul to fly
to heights that only larger loves can know,
beyond the petty and the commonplace,
beyond mere speech to telepathic skills
that only larger loves can use and understand.

The larger loves do not manipulate, do not expect,
do not insist on rules to fit behavior.
are slow to anger, invulnerable to hurt.
will not submit to jealousy or scorn.

The larger loves breathe freedom and respect.
They know a flame restricted must expire.
so they do not restrict. Instead they feed
the growing flame of joy with fuel of faith.

They have the strength to let what will be, be.
They have the wisdom to let wisdom rule.
They do not question the unquestionable
nor deny the undeniable,
but they do ponder the imponderable,
for they exist to fulfill love's mystery.
John D. Engle Jr.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010


When Jesus referred to God as "father" did this mean father as in a male incarnation? At first glance this would seem to be so but further study in the meaning of the word father may surprise some of you. I read in one of Dr. Errico(see previous posts) writings the true meaning of this word in the Aramaic language which was the language the bible was first written in. Dr. Errico tells us when we in the Western world use the word father we categorize it in the male gender but this wasn't necessarily the way Jesus may have meant it.In the near east where Jesus was raised the expression "father" is very dear and precious.It is still used by Aramaic-speaking people as a term of endearment. It is used like we use the words honey, sweetheart, precious, darling etc. These words are not gender-specific. They may be used when referring to a girl, boy, woman, or man.Sisters will call each other father, parents may call thier children father even friends will call each other father. Therefore the real meaning of "Father" is simply "Beloved". Dr. Errico states that the term father as used by Jesus is an endearment that expresses the idea that there is no hatred, wrathfulness, violence, retaliation, or meanness in God because God is love and not a person.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010


My blog has come under some attack as being heresey lately. I realize this is coming from 1 individual who has told me he had a visit from God or something to that effect and now he knows the "real" truth about God and all things spiritual. So he has accused me of spreading untruths even tho I have told him time and again that this blog only represents "MY" personal beliefs.Still he replies to my blog with words Im sure meant to make me see the "light". All this has reminded me of a story I once read concerning the Buddha. In it there was a man who had heard about the Buddha and how he was so at peace that he didnt let anything bother him. Now this man decided that the Buddha must be a fake if he claimed to have that much inner peace.So he set out to find the Buddha. When he came upon Buddha he went into a rant calling the Buddha every filthy name he could come up with. He ranted and raved and tried his best to get Buddha to respond.After several minutes of this he finally saw the Buddha was not ging to get angry sohe became quiet. The Buddha smiled at him and asked if he was through with his rantings. The man did not reply so Buddha then asked him a question--If someone brings you a gift and offers it to you but they refuse to accept the gift then who does the gift tehn belong to? The man replied I suppose the gift would belong to the one who had brought it in the first place. The Buddha smiled. Right you are my friend and todayI am refusing this gift of anger and name calling you offer to me so it now will return to you its rightful owner. With these words the man turned and quickly ran away no longer wanting to hurl insults at the Buddha.

Now I must admit I have a long way to go before I can honestly say that things other people say dont bother me because they sometimes do. But even now I can remember to refuse any gift from anyone I choose so God help me to remain centered and calm when I am being attacked!

Monday, August 2, 2010


Another paragraph from Mr. Rocco Errico concerning the gospel is what I'd like to share with you this evening.Again Mr Errico is an expert in the original writings of the bible which was written in aramaic and changed into the english language by other authors. Mr Errico tells us that the word for "gospel" in Aramaic is swartha. It also means 'joyful hope, expectation, and news that makes glad." The gospel, then, is the joyful expectation or message. The word swartha is not to be confused with the book titles of Matthew, Mark, Luke, or John. The Aramaic word here is Karozootha, meaning "preaching,declaration," but it is also translated as "gospel". Each of their(Matthew Mark Luke John) books is their own "spin" or preaching on the teachings of Jesus. Therefore, the four gospels are a mixture of Jesus' teachings with interpretations based on the views of these authors of the books of "gospel"
And as a thought of my own Id like to add that I sincerely believe that the only reason Jesus Himself did not write any books of his own was because He was so in tune to humans ways of thinking and doing that He knew His writings would be misinterpreted or used in the wrong way. If Im not badly mistaken the only account of Jesus ever writing anything down was when he used a stick to write in the sand knowing it would quickily be erased when the tides came in. Just a little food for thought as you continue on your path to true enlightenment. May God bless you and yours now and always

Saturday, July 31, 2010


Most of the religious folks I know believe in a "Kingdom" Of God which they are aspiring to reach one day after their lives here on earth are over.They seem to believe thathis Kingdom is a physical place off afar somewhere where God is sitting in judgement over all of us. Personally I believe that he Kingdom of God is already here located in the hearts and minds of all of us just awaiting our discovery.Im almost sure that the bible states that Jesus said this kingdom was here already. I would like to share with you a paragraph from the writings of Rocco Errico who is the president and founder of the Noohra Foundation in Smyrna Georgia.

Mr. Errico states "The term kingdom in Arabic is malkutha; its root mlkh means "to counsel,advise." Thus, the kingdom of God or heaven does not mean a place or an empire, but is actually God's sovereign counsel or reigning presence in and among the people. Jesus used the expression "kingdom of God" as a symbol that pointed to the great and joyful guidance of God directing people inot genuine justice and harmony. God's reign had arrived in the midst of violence and injusticies. Jesus' mission was to open the eyes of the people to this kingdom."

Thursday, July 29, 2010


"When we're free to love anyone we choose"
"And the worlds big enough for all different views"
"When we all can worship from our own kind of pews"
"We shall be free"
Garth Brooks and Stephenie Davis

May this day bring each of you much peace,good health, and joy!

Tuesday, July 27, 2010


In a world filled with so many mysteries I have found that the greatest mystery of all is that there is anything!

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

I'm Back

Sorry I haven't posted anything lately. Our computer was hit by the thunderstorm last friday and fried our ethernet port. Just got it repaired today. Sure hope all of you fine folks are doing really great and enjoying the summer.
Hmmmmmmmmmm maybe the devil caused the lightening to strike my puter. Or maybe it was God cause Ive been accused of writing heresay on here. Nah just a stroke of bad luck I guess!!!

I'm Back

Thursday, July 15, 2010


"The voice of God utters Itself, a Voice not in the blustering whirlwinds, nor in the awesome rumblings of the volcano, but a Voice so still that only in the Silence can it be heard, and there It thunders."
Joel Goldsmith, The Thunder of Silence

Saturday, July 10, 2010


The following is excerpted from Living the Science of Mind, published by DeVorss & Company.
This should show you what "GOD" I believe in. And again I remind you--these are my beliefs and I am not trying to teach or preach to anyone. Just sharing for those who may be interested.

"I Am that which I Am. I Am the Eternal Presence of your own self. Thus there is no mediator between you and Myself but your own thought.
This I Am has been revealed to you in innumerable ways through the inspired writings of the ages. Each inspiration has been a proclamation that I Am is in the midst of you. I Am the writer, the inspirer, and the thing written about. I Am the Creator of history,and the One who experiences it. I Am its record and its interpretation. Everything which has ever transpired has but symbolized My Divine Presence at the center of all.
I Am within you is the only Presence there is. I create innumerable centers of My Consciousness personified as people, yet I Am is the thread of a Unity running through all, binding all back to Myself. Because I am a perfect Oneness, all of Me exists everywhere.Wherever you recognize Me, there I Am. And whether or not you recognize Me I am still there. This Divine Visitor, which is your True Self and which is That Which I AM, is both the one who stands at the door and knocks and the One whho opens the door.
It is teh glory of this recognization which has given to the enlightened true mastership. Do not look for masters outside of Me, or mediators between yourself and Myself. There is but One Self who needs no mediator. This Self is immediate, present, and available.

Any thought or belief which would seek to seperate That which I Am from that which you are would be an illusion, no matter how lofty its concept or how sacred its purpose. For it would seek to deny the ever-present I Am, the completeness of My Perfection, the God within you, the inspired thought back of your act.
Your True Self constitutes the only mediator between the visible and the Invisible. I Am that Self. Be still and know that you are one with Me, and My Being in you is your life. It is also your body, mind, and spirit; That which you have so ardently sought has never been separated from you for one moment. My desire within you to be expressed has been the motivating Power impelling and compelling you evermore to reach out, on, and up.
I Am the Christ dwelling at the center of every soul; human, yet Divine; Infinite, yet flowing through that which is apparently finite; unmanifest, yet forever manifesting; birthless and deathless, yet forever being born; timeless, I Am forever creating time. And you, the expression of Myself, appear to be separated from Me merely because you are a unique manifestation of Myself. For I Am that which you are and which all people are. I Am in all and I Am all.
When the recognition comes within you of this I Am That Which I Am, you will have discovered your true Savior, your true Sonship. and you will know that this Sonship is a prrojection of Myself, forever different from any other projection, immortal, yet forever expanding.

Here you find the True Ideal, the Cosmic Pattern, the Eternal Friendship of the soul to itself, the God who is personified, the Person who is God-in-man. And how great is this Divine riddle! How inscrutable is the Sphinx! Men have sought to solve this mystery---how can Unity and multiplicity exist together without division?
But now you have solved this mystery. You have compelled the Sphinx to answer her own question; she no longer devours you but, like circumstance, must bow to that Divinity within you, like all crated things, must acknowledge the supermacy of That Which I Am within you.
This mystery of unity and multiplicity without division I have proclaimed through the ages, but only the enlightened have understood My meaning; the unenlightened have not realized that those who did understand Me were even aas they. They believed them to be great prophets, great mediators governed by invisible masters, controlled by those whom they called saints.
But since I create both saint and sinner, know neither big nor little, good nor bad, and being ageless, since I create all ages, I Am that which reveals, and that which is revealed. And the stone which the builders rejected has overcome the chief stone of the corner. The vulgar did not know, and even the high priests failed to recognize, that the Ark of My Covenant was in the sanctuary of their own souls; that the Scroll of Life concealed in this Ark had inscribed on it merely the words I AM.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010


I know I shouldnt have to explain myself or my beliefs but since I have been talking with L M about some of my previous posts I feel the need to try and clarify who I am and what Im trying to do here on this blog.L M after reading some of my posts took it that I was saying I was God the Absolute Power and that I was spreading heresy. In his or her latest reply they said i was a "toothless" teacher who wass not worthy of teaching anyone anything. Now all that doesnt bother me in the least(the attack on my beliefs and my way of life) because I am confident and happy with the person I have become over the many years of living. However L M's observations did get me to thinking that maybe I havent made myself clear.But forgive me please if I have left the impression that I think too highly of myself.That is just not true. I consider myself a kindred spirit expressing as a human being right along with the rest of the world. I am equal to all but not any better than anyone.And when I speak of my beliefs I am only expressing my "TRUTH". I am not trying to convince anyone of anything except maybe to try and live a life where you treat everyone kindly. As far as anyone else's beliefs I say if you are satisified with them then you are absolute right in your thinking. I may not totally agree with all you do but that doesnt make my beliefs right and yours wrong or vice versa.I started this blog in hopes of making new friends who are on their own spiritual path and I have always welcomed all to write and share whatever they felt.I am no teacher no more than you are. But I do suppose we are all students and teachers at the same time.I do hope any of you who read my blog can understand where I am coming from and just accept me as a peer and fellow traveler on this wonderful path of human enlightenment.And please if you ever get the feeling that I am getting too "FULL" of myself as L M once said please let me know so I can see where Im at. My sincereest wish and prayer for all of you is that you will be blessed with much love joy and peace in your life now and always. May God bless!