Tag Archives: Philosophy

Small Is Better

In the past, the great was victorious; from now on, all comes from the tiniest. He who puts himself high, has further to fall. He, who is wise and joins the family of mankind, will rise to the consciousness of … Continue reading

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A Deep Knowing

First comes the idea, something that you wish to create. Visualize it from all aspects, know that it comes from Source. This is not about faith or hope, but rather a deep knowing, an unshakable belief. When the time is ripe, … Continue reading

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A Fresh Point of View

The Internet is full of quotes from honored sages. We read them, push the Like button and move on. Lately, I have been challenging these culturally accepted “truths.” I play the “devil’s advocate” and see how many ways this tidbit … Continue reading

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A Worthwhile Life

What has to happen for you to feel your life is worthwhile… one tiny fragment in a universe of unimaginable proportions? What if we are simply flashes of light, sparks of the bonfire, so to speak? I will not remember … Continue reading

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Snippets from Source #142

You are of the new-born, the babe of transformation, here to lead others to the truth. You have a formidable task before you unless you remember that you are a point of light among a mighty web flung across universes … Continue reading

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More Books

Why do we write books, or even poems, for that matter? New ideas are as rare as mythical unicorns, so what causes us to fill the world with our words? Do books really hold the knowledge that we so desperately … Continue reading

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Pat’s Ponderings — Being Present

Leslie Green wrote a stunning article on the importance of being present in one’s daily life. http://trustlifetoday.com/2012/11/04/being-present-the-gift-of-a-dog-biscuit/ How often we miss the beauty and intricacies of life by not paying attention to what is going on around us. That being … Continue reading

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Pat`s Ponderings — Know Thy Truth

How can we know if something is “true” or not? After exploring many writings about conspiracies, Dark Forces, Illuminati, New Age ideas, religions, philosophies, shamanism, Kaballah, teaching plants, etc. I am left spinning. I do not trust my innate discernment … Continue reading

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Pat´s Ponderings — The Art of Compliments

When we receive a compliment, e.g., “I like your dress,” some think we should say something “humble,” i.e., “Oh, this old thing, I’ve had it for years!” But in responding thusly, we negate the other person’s wanting to give us … Continue reading

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Indifference Breeds Lies

The lie is quickly accepted by those whose indifference blinds their discernment. Some say the opposite of love is not hate but rather indifference. Why do you accept so much without question? Examine carefully the sacred cows of society and … Continue reading

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Prudence or Stinginess?

It is right to save for a rainy day, isn’t it? Prudence, a pillar of a truth not questions. Remove water from the spring and more bubbles up. Is prudence a golden gilt for stinginess? Related articles Maxim Monday: Exercise … Continue reading

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