Monthly Archives: January 2011

Words Can Enlighten You

“The words that enlighten the soul are more precious than jewels.”  –Hazrat Inayat Khan “Have the strength to be compassionate and the wisdom to be humble.”  –Keshavan Nair “The most exhausting thing in life, I have discovered, is being insincere.  That … Continue reading

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Yearning For An Arctic Daybreak

There is an icy cold darkness, like an Arctic winter, gripping our world.  Thinking we are enlightened, our society moves more and more away from our moral moorings.  We have fled from the shared light of the best human cultures.   We have run from wisdom and embraced … Continue reading

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God Reactions — How People Respond To The Concept Of God

Human beings, almost universally, have an inner yearning for more than our physical existence — a cry for meaning, purpose, and/or life beyond the grave. Through out the recorded history of mankind this yearning has given rise to the idea … Continue reading

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Are We Back In The Dark Ages? (Or Martin Luther, Where Are You?)

There was an interesting product available in the medieval world, called an indulgence.  It was an official document marketed by the church that gave an individual permission to do wrong without it being held against him/her.  If someone had a … Continue reading

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