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"I'm Glad That Is Settled…"

“After all, who is Apollos? Who is Paul? We are only God’s servants through whom you believed the Good News. Each of us did the work the Lord gave us.   607 more words

The appeal of Islam to hormonally disaffected young Western men

With the USSR’s downfall, Dalrymple writes, Marxism lost most of its allure for these youths,

leaving them bereft of significance and purpose. Except for one group among them, they now had only a potpourri of causes (sexism, racism, the environment, etc.), none of which quite met the need or filled the gap.

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An incomplete metaphor

One of the most familiar metaphors used to depict human spiritual growth is that of a lowly caterpillar transforming into a beautiful butterfly.

While it is true that we all can manifest greater beauty in our lives, it is wrong to assume that the process itself is a painless and purely beautiful experience. 135 more words


Mathmetics - my NOOSE

This noose is getting tighter and tighter, day by day & the worst part is that I don’t have an option to avoid it! It is a subject in which no matter how hard I try, it just goes above my head! 246 more words


Retro Week: When True Simplicity Is Gained

As I mentioned last time, next Monday makes six months of blogging for me.

Both in honour of this momentous occasion (tongue firmly in cheek) and because I’m kind of thin on the ground as far as inspiration goes at the moment, I’m declaring this week to be “Retro Week”.

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, The Unknown Truth

I was reading this excellent story about a woman suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). It prompted me to share technical and spiritual facts that can help spiritual practitioners to break the grip of this bondage. 1,220 more words

Stopping The World

Gaining The Third Ring Of Power

The predator can’t take our will directly, but it can create circumstances that lead us into situations where the formation of our ego is solicited through complicity to it’s devices. 1,007 more words

Stopping The World