Category Archives: Mark Twain

Poem–The Lost Word Of The Bible

. . . Searching For A Lost Word . . . When the Bible Came into English A word was left behind, Lost and forgotten, Replaced by a weaker word. Perhaps we need The lost word of the Bible To … Continue reading

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Alive inside? Experiencing the joy of internal life!

Are you alive inside? Are you experiencing the joys of internal life? Devoid of internal life, chaos resides inside and inner chaos creates chaos everywhere you go. However, when you connect with and cultivate inner life, there is an ongoing release … Continue reading

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Why do we ask why?

Why do we ask why? What’s the reason That people reason? If there’s no Meaning or plan Behind existence, Then why do we ask why? Why do our hearts cry For purpose, understanding, Relationship, and love? Isn’t the search for … Continue reading

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Is It Time For Another Protestant Reformation?

500 years ago people protested against and then changed the common way of doing church. Shall we change it again? –The Protestant Reformation took place 500 years ago. The very name of this movement proclaims that people rose up and … Continue reading

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