Category Archives: Review

The Problem and the Answer

“You are afraid of the world as you see it, but the real world is still yours for the asking. Do not deny it to yourself, for it can only free you.” “Blessed are you who are willing to ask … Continue reading

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Christ or A Cinderella Story?

“The real world can actually be perceived. All that is necessary is a willingness to perceive nothing else.”  The truth is all mixed in with what we experience every day. “The ego may see some good, but never only good.” … Continue reading

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I Wish, God Wills

Today we are reviewing Lesson 73, “I will there be light.”  Just as we have learned that we “make” and God “creates”, “will” is something we can only share with God; His is the only Will there is.  The ego … Continue reading

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The Coyote and Me

Well, I had a nice long run, almost a year of the most blissful peace! But since my last post I feel like I’ve been blown up, run over, dropped from a great height, hit by a steam locomotive and … Continue reading

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To Have, Give

The Course tells us that the decision to give is vital to our process, a beginning and necessary step.  We may not be beginners, but giving is an ongoing lesson, and sometimes it feels as though I start over every … Continue reading

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Perception and Purpose

Today’s final Workbook summary, “What am I?”, is the meat of the entire Course presented in a mere nutshell.  Here we are given the simple keys to fulfill our purpose, our only REAL purpose here in the world.  Jesus lovingly … Continue reading

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This is Your Brain on Software

I used to explain computers to new clients like this:  Everything you you pull up or type on the monitor is like “holding information in your head.”  It’s just thoughts floating there, and the computer won’t remember them unless you … Continue reading

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