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Belief or unbelief - it's an act of faith

I never cease to be amazed by the arrogance of those who contemptuously dismiss people who believe in God as being intellectually deficient in comparison with their superior intelligence. 98 more words


Denial, Reactivity and Other Muckety Muck

To prevent unnecessary suffering we have to be awake.  We think we know what we need, so we hold on for dear ego life and use a variety of mechanisms to try to prevent awakening.  344 more words

Rosanne Bostonian

Sanctuary on the Spiritual Path

“Somewhere along your journey, it can happen to you — if you choose it. God will ambush you with an invitation to stand in His presence, to come closer, to see further. 548 more words


Even though we can't see God

I think many people dismiss the idea of God because of the Sunday school type language that believers often use, which, though appropriate for six year olds, is totally unconvincing to people who’ve grown up in a scientific age, presenting God as the Big Man who lives in the sky and sends blessings if we’re good, and disasters if we’re not. 93 more words


The Truth about Mercury Retrograde

I think it’s important to clarify this natural phenomenon, as my guides are telling me it’s much needed at this time. Although I think it’s wonderful Mercury Retrograde is once again becoming a part of our modern collective consciousness, I believe its effects are widely misinterpreted and misunderstood as a period to be feared or dread. 822 more words


The mathematical odds required for life

Astrophysicist Hugh Ross points out that for life of any kind to exist the number of electrons present has to be equivalent to the number of protons to a factor of one part in ten to the power of thirty seven. 116 more words


Christ's Ambassadors

A few years ago I found a great recording and sent it to my family. A Greek Orthodox priest had gone to Africa and found people in Kenya who were receptive to Christ’s teachings. 780 more words