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Temple Meditation (2/5)


Joel S. Goldsmith
tape 38A – Temple Meditation (2/5)

Now, if we relax, if we relax from that word I, and instead of using it, use the term, “the Christ or the Father,” and realize that the Father is working out Its plan on earth, and that we are here only to show forth the glory of the Father—not to show forth your glory or mine—to show forth the glory of the Father, and let, let It begin Its work in us, very quickly you will discover this—that there is nothing limited about your demonstration. 1,335 more words


On Getting Over Yourself

One of my (many) quirks is that, for years, I would have random bouts of embarrassment over events years in the past. I would stop and shudder at the memory of an exchange two decades earlier, or I would turn red in the face thinking about something I did or said as a teenager. 449 more words


God opens Himself and seeks to communicate and reconcile with mankind.
We too should do the same.

Dear friends, in yesterday’s Angelus, Pope Francis, commenting on the miracle brought about by Our Lord Jesus Christ who healed the deaf mute from Decapolis which symbolizes the unbeliever, incapable of listening to God’s Word, reminded us of the following points: 1,320 more words

Jesus Christ

Egoism vs. Egotism, X vs. Myopic X

I still feel there to be circular blockages. Are they really circular though? Firstly, I really want to Do Something New. By “want” I mean some combination of “desire,” “should,” “need to,” and “am afraid I won’t.” Firstly, my value system says that a little bit of something new is many times more valuable than just doing the same old. 776 more words


omg, my head is exploded.

I don’t usually media (which I’m going to use to mean “consume media” here). The reason is that media-ing makes me feel like I’m unimportant, that there are all these other things in the world that have absolutely nothing to do with me, and that I don’t know a shred about. 779 more words


10 August ― 10 Kamál


It behoveth thee, however, to exert thine utmost to attain the very essence of fidelity. This implieth to be well assured in thy heart and to testify with thy tongue to that whereunto God hath testified for His Own exalted Self, proclaiming: ‘Verily, self-subsisting am I within the Realm of Glory.’ Whoso is enabled in these days to solemnly affirm this truth, hath attained unto all good, and the heavenly Spirit shall descend upon him in the daytime and in the night season, shall graciously assist him to glorify the Name of his Lord and suffer him to unloose his tongue and uphold with his words the Cause of his Lord, the Merciful, the Compassionate. 431 more words


Moth Eaten

Fear not the moth fluttering about your lamp

Plain sight is no handy method to fiber away

Your wools and furs and everything you wear… 103 more words