Monthly Archives: September 2012

Stepping Back

When stepping back to allow someone to experience a lesson, one is, at the same time, bestowing love. There is always the question of when to help and when giving is for the giver.

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Self Sacrifice

There must be a fine balance between self-sacrifice and self-care. Shirts of hair do not belong in heaven, unconditional love must include ourselves. Self- indulgence has its limits when balanced with our desire to express the love which comes from … Continue reading

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Ponderings from Pat — What Is Evil?

Are we evil? Did our Creator make some flaw within us? Indeed, what is evil and why does it exist? In the spiritually under-developed, self-gain is paramount. They take what they want with totally disregard for the well being other … Continue reading

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Happy Smiles

Happy smiles masking secret sorrows. Envy not others for you know little of their inner tribulations. Seek only your own contentment gained through surrender and gratitude.

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A Punishing God?

God does not cause sorrow, illness, or punishment. God, manifesting pure love energy, wants only to bestow to all He has created. It is our selfish desire to want to receive more and more that results in the evils of … Continue reading

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Snippets from Source #128

Le me be your little red wagon. Put what you can not carry in this wagon and I will carry it for you. Four wheels and a handle make it easy for me to go with you. What a team … Continue reading

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A Single Word

A single word can have multiple meanings, or its meaning may be hidden. When it is joined with other words, it becomes part of a symbol, truth, meaning, thus reaches one of its potentials. Because it has multiple meanings, each … Continue reading

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Kindergarten Ph.D.

I am in kindergarten studying for my PhD wondering how I will ever fit all knowledge into my head. Thank-goodness I do not realize that my PhD is the first step to the study of the Creator, Source of infinite … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Truth

The wisdom of truth is all inclusive. It is knowledge of the inanimate, animate, and vegetative worlds. It also includes all non-material dimensions, indeed all of the Creator’s thoughts. All the teaching of the world are encompassed from the least … Continue reading

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Magic Thoughts

Our thoughts are the magic wand that brings our realities. Be careful what you put in the hat to manifest the best possibilities. Abra-ca-da-bra!

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Showers Songs

hot shower delights cleanses, stages a song makes me smell better

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More Than Words

Language is of little value if we study only its words and grammatical structure. Knowing the seven notes of the music scale does not give me a symphony. One can not speak of love with pretty words or passionate music. … Continue reading

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Little Bits of LIfe

I examine the budding branch of the tree ignoring for the moment, its roots, trunk and other branches. Today I watch a mother bird sitting on her nest. She, in return, watches me. As our eyes connect, our souls exchange … Continue reading

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To Be a Poet

Poetry, with its metaphors and fresh perspectives helps to reveal obtuse, odd, and difficult concepts, for it speaks to the heart as well as the mind. Oh, that we all were poets, which, of course, we are becoming.

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Language of Prayer

Teach me the language of prayer that I may pray without ceasing. Let the words of love and devotion pour from my heart when my lips need to be silent. Let not one moment pass when the beautiful language of … Continue reading

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Wisdom and Ethics

Wisdom and ethics go hand in hand. The ignorant who walk in darkness are not yet capable of wisdom or of being ethical.

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As We Ripen

Our perception of who we truly are is like the ripening of fruit. Unripe fruit is the same as ripened fruit…a pear is a pear. Yet the ripened fruit is sweeter, more colorful, capable of giving us pleasure and nourishment. … Continue reading

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Spiritual Matters

When speaking of spiritual matters, we often use the word, “Light,” but this Light is not the same as that which comes from the sun or a candle. If we say the Creator is the Light, what does that mean? … Continue reading

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Serving God

How do I serve God Who has all? Why would I want to serve the Creator? There are many who do not. For them, life is only of the material plane. I wonder at this longing that fills my every … Continue reading

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3000

Please note that the Wisdom of Wisdom is post #3000 for Source of Inspiration. Please reread it as I have added a note at the end. A special hug to all of you who visit so faithfully and often leave … Continue reading

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Ladder of Truth

I am climbing the Ladder of Truth, each rung a new level of of understanding. One step at a time, I move into the space of love where all is revealed. It is I and my degree of willingness to … Continue reading

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The Wisdom of Wisdom

Wisdom comes not in a burst of understanding, but rather as tiny unfoldings as the rosebud opens to full blossom. This wisdom, though once concealed, is now open to all who care to receive it. Wisdom is the Light, it … Continue reading

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No Explanations

I no longer explain, I simply state my position and shut up. I do not make excuses, or apologize for not wanting to do something. “No, I do not care to do that.” I am also learning that I do … Continue reading

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Growing in Wisdom

Before I can grow in wisdom, I must first know my Creator. This knowing comes not through scholarly effort on my part, but rather emanates from Source as my heart opens to receive. Later, I can grow in wisdom and … Continue reading

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I Know You Not

Though I know you ten thousand years, I will never know your essence. I may learn your habits, may love you with my full capacity, yet that which is you, remains a mystery. If I can not fathom your innermost … Continue reading

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