Considering Mind

Considering Mind

I recall participating in a fabulous IMS teleconference, in which we studied Practice Not Profession by Margaret Laird, in its entirety, over five sessions. On page 47 of that paper, Mrs. Laird writes, “No individual has a mind that can hate.” That...
Its Very Funny…

Its Very Funny…

Socrates was sitting in the Athens marketplace, 399 B.C., asking the younger generation “Is excellence still possible?” The older generation was too busy for nonsense. The context for his question was their magnificent Greek culture collapsing around them....
Observer, Not Judge

Observer, Not Judge

My exploration of scientific metaphysics always gives me new perspectives on books such as Deepak Chopra’s How to Know God: The Soul’s Journey Into the Mystery of Mysteries. I notice in Chopra’s book, and those of a lot of other spiritual writers, a...
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...
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