Tag Archives: Jesus

Selective Amnesia

I don’t remember issuing ultimatums to God, then striking out on my own to manufacture a hiding place of illusion and conflict–but I’m told that I did.  I don’t even remember a time before that, when I existed as the … Continue reading

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The Script is Written

I am no longer much interested in channeled material.  Once you have Truth, you stop looking and just practice.  And I know Jesus told Helen that he would never channel through anyone but her.  But I recognize this Voice.  Truth … Continue reading

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Golden With A Twist

My favorite of all the teachings attributed to Jesus in the Bible is Matthew 7:12: “Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.”  It sounds terribly basic and old fashioned, which might be why we don’t hear … Continue reading

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Are You Peace or a Paperweight?

Not being Peace would be like using a computer for nothing but a paperweight.  Not what it was created to do.  Capable of so much more. We are still working under the heading of “Forgiveness” in the Workbook.  What is … Continue reading

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This Little Light of Mine

I learned a little something about judgment (mine) the last time I was in a church, of all places.  I had gone reluctantly to a mother-daughter Easter brunch, an occasion where blood and sacrifice and sin are much celebrated!  In … Continue reading

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Ready For My Close-Up

“But Mr. DeMille, what is my motivation in this scene?”  After surviving what I hope was my last dark night of the soul, a few friends and I went through similar bouts of ennui.  While we were plenty passionate about … Continue reading

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Peace Is The Answer

So what is the question?  The question is:  How do I get out of the rat race, off the roller coaster, wake from the nightmare, out of jail free?  Peace as a concept has an almost magical pull to it; … Continue reading

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Kids Know Everything

Remember that convoluted old children’s taunt, “I’m rubber, you’re glue. Everything bad you say bounces off me and sticks to YOU!”? In a way, we had it right.  Over the years, I’ve come to feel more sorrow for a perpetrator … Continue reading

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All Cause of Sorrow

“We have been given everything. If we refuse to recognize it, we are not entitled therefore to our bitterness.”  My mom used to say the same thing, but hers was more along the lines of, “If you don’t stop complaining, … Continue reading

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Mommy Dearest

That’s what I appreciate, concise instructions:  “Forgiveness represents your function here.”  Granted, it takes an entire heavy blue book to clarify “forgiveness” and “function” and “here.”  And even “your.”  But I don’t have to stand around, pulling my hair out, … Continue reading

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