What’s My Purpose?  Do I Have A Choice?

What’s My Purpose? Do I Have A Choice?

‘What is my purpose?’  How many times have you had this thought? It can be a topic of our conversations – ‘something was done on purpose…’,  or ‘living a purpose-driven life,’ or like I’ve said to myself, ‘what is...
Problems:  Self-Caused and Self-Solved

Problems: Self-Caused and Self-Solved

In I Am My Own Ancestor, Margaret Laird explains exactly what it is that gives rise to personality.  This led me to question if I could get rid of disagreeable traits?  It’s not nature or nurture. It’s your individuality, the “great I AM,” infinitely...
My Present Experience is The Catalyst

My Present Experience is The Catalyst

Problems are generally defined as difficulties — puzzles to be solved, issues requiring a solution. The term “problem” paints a picture of something hard to deal with, something to be avoided. A catalyst is something that increases action, brings about a...
The Problems Of ‘Others’

The Problems Of ‘Others’

Ideas on which this article is based are explored at greater depth in Laird’s, “Objects of Sense Are Ideas of Soul.” The unreferenced quotes below come from that address.   In his review of Lionel Shriver’s novel So Much for That, Ron Charles...
Easy Come Easy Go

Easy Come Easy Go

Ah, the effortless nature of Being. Does that seem like an elusive goal? Very likely that depends on where you are standing — acknowledging the Fact of Science or trafficking in the arena of language. Yes, language is the identity that lets us know Mind/Consciousness...
What’s the first thing a student of Science should know?

What’s the first thing a student of Science should know?

Question: What’s the first thing a student of Science should know? Answer: Awareness and willingness. Awareness of one thing, one principle of Being, no matter the look.  Be aware of WHAT IS.  The happenings of your daily living are “what it is not.”...