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One With God

Before one can become one with God, he must become one with mankind, for how can he reach the perfection of the Creator and not treat well all the Creator as made? It is not enough to put a coin … Continue reading

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The Beggar

Bleary eyes, stubbled chin, rancid breath, drunk with the sorrows of life, he thrusts a grimy hand toward me, and mutters a plea mixed with lies. “Ignore him, he’s drunk!” my friend hisses. “Even drunks get hungry,” I reply, but … Continue reading

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Transformation

What would it feel like for a beggar on the street, dirty, shunned, filled with despair, to wake up and discover he is a diamond in the crown of the King? Caterpillar in the cocoon emerges as a butterfly who … Continue reading

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