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Inner Path: Reclaiming Paradise Day 3

I enter the Bower. This is our meeting room each morning. In the afternoon and evening, it is a space for reflection, connection and optional offerings. 621 more words

CloudCatcher WitchCamp

Eve's Daddy Issues Caused Billions Needless Suffering

RIGHT FIELD, Blissful Meadow (SP)

After an intense study of the Bible that included highly sensitive DNA testing, a group of renowned scientists recently confirmed what they suspected all along: Eve had “Daddy issues,” which resulted in The Fall. 388 more words


The Garden and the fall

The Garden.

I have sometimes thought about the experience of our father Adam in the Garden. I have wondered why God would have given them everything they could possibly want and then place in the very midst of it the tree of knowledge, and then give them the only commandment they had to consider which was, You may not eat of this one tree which stands in the midst of the garden, for if you do you will die. 3,735 more words

Charles's Blog

Eve and the Forbidden Fruit

This is my latest image ‘ Eve’. I have always been fascinated by the metaphor of Adam and Eve and the eating of the forbidden fruit, in that international best seller the bible. 509 more words

Just Think About It

Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

What better way to capture the theme of  a Threshold than at the door of a library where new beginnings await in every volume … a place where the Tree of Knowledge lives and calls us to open its pages and embark on a new journey or skill. 130 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge

The Tree of Knowledge - Robert Taylor

The Tree of Knowledge

Author: Robert Taylor

Length: Roughly 222 pages.

Amazon Link: The Tree of Knowledge.

Reviewer: Shen Hart.

Rating: ♥♥♥♥


When your father shows up 12 years after abandoning you as a baby and tells you that he has something important for you to do, the last thing you expect it to be is to kill him.

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Book Review

What was the Tree of Knowledge?

Read Genesis chapters 2 and 3.

When God set Adam and Even in the Garden of Eden, He told Adam and Eve they could eat of any tree in the Garden of Eden except the tree of knowledge of good and evil and blessing and calamity. 761 more words

God As A Gardener