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With the Fourth of July holiday upon us, my friend, Marsha Hankins, suggested a few books by authors who explored their inner freedom even in the midst of physical imprisonment. Viktor E. Frankl, a Nazi holocaust survivor, tells his story in Man’s Search for Meaning....

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Enjoy the Film!

Recently, I was guided to go see the movie A Quiet Place in the theater. Yes, I was guided by my Soul to see a horror film! In the past, I avoided horror films because I didn’t like the tension building, feeling anxious or being startled. I put off seeing this...

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The Power of Love

Re-capture that feeling of awe and wonder, then allow yourself to expand that feeling to encompass everyone and everything. Allow yourself to fall in love with the world, with all of creation, with every part of your life.

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Happiness

I am writing today from a position and attitude of happiness. I would love to be able to tell you why I am happy – but I am not sure I can either quantify or justify why I am feeling this way. Which of course, makes it difficult to write any inspiring ideas as to how...

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Spring Cleaning: Living Conscioulsy and In Joy

With spring fully upon us, many people feel like it is a good time to tackle cleaning out our closets and picking up our desks. Tax season is over. Time to decide what documents to file away, which ones to throw away and which ones to place in the hallowed box waiting...

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God Among Us

If God had a name what would it be? And would you call it to His face? If you were faced with Him in all His glory What would you ask if you had just one question? ……………… What if God was one of us? Just a slob like one of us Just a stranger on the bus Tryin' to make...

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What’s Your Story?

There is an old story: Two monks are walking along a road and come to a large stream. A beautiful young woman is standing by the stream trying to cross. She asks for assistance. The monks have given vows of chastity in which they have declared they will not touch a...

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Transfiguration of Jesus, Transfiguration of Ourselves

This time of year, we observe the most sacred day the Christian calendar: Easter – the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection. It is a celebration of the spiritual essence of Jesus, as well as his physical body. In the enthusiasm to celebrate the renewal of life that is a...

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Expect No Fruition

How are your New Year’s resolutions holding up? If that question caused a little hesitation, then you're not alone. Studies show that only a fraction of those who set resolutions actually carry them through the entire year. Even by March, commitment tends...

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Unity with Steve

In a world that seems as divisive as ever, 2018 is a great year to focus on Unity. If not now, when, right? As I have been focusing on Unity, I have had some frank discussions with myself. Ultimately, we want to be in Unity with our own internal wisdom and the Source...

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Remember the Body

When we start down our spiritual path, many of us find ourselves focusing on learning to look past the physical reality of the five senses to something deeper and more connected. We have been bombarded for so long with such strong daily messages which reinforce the...

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What I learned from Ruby this week

The gifts of abundance, wonder and play are what I have learned by watching Ruby Sunshine, our two year-old Labrador retriever on our walks around the nearby lakes this week. A few days ago, on a route we take most of the time, Ruby was playing with a tennis ball that...

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