Remember the movie the Highlander, where there were a group of people who were immortal, and they went around decapitating their enemy immortals saying, “There can be only one.” Continue reading We Are All One
Something I have come to know is that time really does not exist. We think time is linear, yesterday, today, tomorrow, or last month, this month, next . . . Continue reading Living in the moment
So, this brings me to the question of do you have a fear of death, or as I like to put it, the leaving of your body? Have you noticed how many people say of someone who has left his or her body, that they have “passed” on, away, or just “passed.” No one dies anymore. And that begs the question, why do we go to all the trouble of trying to stay alive through medical means? Continue reading Immortality—Conclusion of the Series
We are loved unconditionally
I know that not everyone believes there is a God. But, I do. I look around me every day in wonder, and say to myself, “How can this be?” I don’t believe it could if there wasn’t something greater out there. Continue reading God is unconditional Love
Working together to make this world a better place
This goes along with collective consciousness. As a group of people, if we work in tandem, and rid ourselves of our ego thoughts, stop thinking in terms of I need more than someone else, love our neighbors as ourselves, this world would be a much better place. Continue reading Peaceful thoughts bring a peaceful world
The collective conscience.
The world lives in a collective conscience state. I believe that if the whole of the people on earth were of a peaceful mind, we would be able to achieve peace. Image . . . in the words of John Lennon: Continue reading Imagine a world of Peace
Do you live in fear?
“All that you fear does not exist.” This is a quote from Lesson 22 in the A Course in Miracles workbook.
Worry. What is that? It is our projection into the future. What does it cause? Fear. Fear of the unknown. What does that cause? Paralysis. Continue reading Fear
What is my Passion? Being a good person, and being true to myself. I have many talents, one of which is cooking, but I wouldn’t call it a passion. Continue reading What is Your Passion
My mother was the unhappiest person I ever knew. Life was never good enough for her. Her way of coping with life was to buy more in the hopes that something out there would make her happy. Well, it didn’t work, and it’s sad to say, she left this planet unhappy.