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Declarations for 2019

I declare — there are things in the world that terrify me, and we’ve got what it takes to face…

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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.…

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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…

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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…

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Reading: Danielle LaPorte via Mary Standing Otter

Right now there are Tibetan Buddhist monks in a temple in the Himalayas endlessly reciting mantras for the cessation of…

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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…

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SHARED REALITY

“Reality leaves a lot to the imagination.” — John Lennon I’ve always loved this quote as an invitation to vision…

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STEP 3

Step 1:  Love yourself, love each other, and love the Divine Everything (however you conceive of it).  Step 1 gets…

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Dream-Makers

It’s the time of year when a lot of us get reflective — thinking back on what we achieved and…

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We Are the Champions

A group of us went to the opening night of the Queen biopic, Bohemian Rhapsody, last week.  I’d been looking…

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The Light Fantastic

We see it every year, the holidays in full swing earlier and earlier.  Personally, I’m not much bothered by this. …

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Tender Look

In his beautiful book, Wishful Thinking, Frederick Buechner writes:  “Of the Seven Deadly Sins, anger is possibly the most fun. …

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