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Monday, April 18, 2016

As infants we cry and most often our needs are fulfilled. As we mature, however, this vital step to receiving is sometimes conditioned out of us and we must be reminded that “It Never Hurts To Ask.”  I often heard this from my mother-in-law.  Olga was never afraid to ask.  When she purchased a matress that was too firm, she asked for another. ...

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

At times, Mother Nature seems to play tricks on us.  Just when we think its planting time she throws a fresh blanket of snow on the emerging crocuses and sends us running for our winter coats.  And such is life when we find ourselves ready to plant a new habit, or newfound spiritual idea in our lives.  We’ve just attended the most amazing...

Monday, April 4, 2016

Every day is filled with miracles. Some are profound like near-death experiences or the miracles of scripture.  Others are simple like the smile of an infant or a tiny flower pushing its way through volcanic ash. Miracles are all around us but often, we fail to see them.What we call miracles are occurences that seem to manipulate the laws of...

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

The angels in Jesus’ tomb asked Mary Magdalen, “Why do you seek the living among the dead?” Why indeed do we seek new life, a new way of being, while continuing to do what we have always done?  Why do we seek freedom among the thoughts, words and actions that have held us captive?To live beyond what might seem like a tomb, we must be willing to...

Monday, March 21, 2016

A king is one who has ultimate authority in a kingdom, a domain or a consciousness in which one lives.   Here, there are often two would-be kings vying for our attention.  One represents the personal will, the personality or ego consciousness.  It is often fearful, ready for battle and rules from a limited belief system.  It relies heavily on...

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

In the story of the blind beggar (John 9:1-22) we find Jesus once again working with a higher, Spiritual law.  He quickly discounts the idea that the man or his parents were responsible for blindness.  Instead, he suggests that it is our work to bring forth the works of God. In essence he is saying that God created what is perfect, and it is...

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