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Moving Into Fear

When you can not release a fear, move into it, enlarge it, exaggerate it with its worse possibilities. Sink into your fear completely until it burns you to ashes. Then, like the Phoenix, rise up out of the fear to … Continue reading

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Simple Pursuit of Love

The simple pursuit of love easily becomes complex when it is not of the Lord. Beware that you don’t mistake lust, need, fear of being alone as love L ove is never self-centered O ften we are “in need,” not … Continue reading

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The Task

The task becomes the gift. Grace keeps our feet above the water. Grace is not charity rather a golden crown seated on pure love. Do not act with constraint leaving smudges of resentment branding you as less than willing. “I … Continue reading

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Trickster Thoughts

How sly are these trickster thoughts of mine, creeping in, unbidden, unwanted, waiting to pull me down. So diligently must I watch to avoid the traps they set for me. How foolishly fall I to their wayward ways. Be off … Continue reading

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I Accept

I give you the task. You are free to accept or not. Should you say from your heart, “I accept,” your truth rises up, is blessed and it descends back to you as the Force.

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Doubts

How well I understand the doubt of Thomas, the crowing of the cock three times proclaims my lack of faith. Again and again, I am given reassurance, which comforts me for a time, then fades away like chocolate on the tongue. … Continue reading

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Solitary Confinement

Solitary confinement, the ultimate punishment, or the greatest reward, insanity or enlightenment? What makes people like Nelson Mandela grow stronger while others sink into the despair of no return? I am alone, but not in solitary confinement; a cricket chirps … Continue reading

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