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I DO DECLARE

The affirmative approach we take in the Science of Mind philosophy and practice is uplifting and can be tremendously empowering. Our prayers are positive, and we speak them with creative authority. We call forth new possibilities, refusing to be bogged…

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ODE TO JOY

David Whyte writes of Joy as: “The sheer intoxicating beauty of the world inhabited as an edge between what we previously thought was us and what we thought was other than us.” This definition feels nearly perfect: Pushing the thin…

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CASTING CALL

A few months ago, I picked up a book of fiction by Joy Williams, called Ninety-Nine Stories of God.  It is a collection of short stories, very very short stories — some only a few sentences long.  They are alternately…

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TRUE BLUE

I looked up the origin of the phrase “true blue.”  Some say it refers to the endless blue sky above us, the blue yonder.  Others suggest that it might have had something to do with the purity of noble lineage,…

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