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"There Are Many Strange Legends in the Amazon..."

October has come again. As many people far wiser and more experienced than I, have recognized, there is some tremor, some power, that separates October from the rest of the year. 2,219 more words

The Collective Unconscious And Synchronicity - Are We All Created, Held Together And United As One By Mystic Bonds Emanating From The Psyche

Earlier this week I thought of an old friend and work colleague I had not been in contact with for many years, Professor Patrick Neary, who works and lives in Canada, and a few hours later an email arrived from him with all his news and recent life history detailed in it and in which he said he had thought of me this week and wondered what I was up to. 2,720 more words


The Power of Real Belief

I don’t think that people really understand the power there is in believing something. I’m not talking about shallow belief, where someone might say he or she believes a particular thing but doesn’t act like it. 581 more words

C S Johnson

Dogs, Cats, and Concepts

“Don’t it always seem to go, That you don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone.”
— Joni Mitchell

Dogs and cats can teach us something about how humans think. 611 more words


A Hero's Voice of Honor & Source of Comfort

There’s something that every hero, every character really needs. Starting right from the very beginning, a hero needs a mother.

A mother is the first one to hear the heartbeat of her child, the first one who gets to feel the wispy waters roll inside her stomach at the baby’s early stirrings. 757 more words

C S Johnson

The Struggle is Real

When I was younger, I had a gym membership at a place that had a sign that said, “Getting here is half the battle.”

I like to think it’s half the battle that they see. 386 more words

C S Johnson

Things I Never Imagined I'd Have to Say to my Children, but Have...

Things I never imagined I’d have to say to my children, but have…

Sometimes I get the feeling that the current generation raising children really thinks that the previous generation doesn’t have a clue about what raising children today is like. 820 more words