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It’s a Cold Day in Hell

  As we emerge from the Blizzard of 2016, we thought it might be appropriate to write a blog about a cold day in Hell! When you hear someone say, “It will be a cold day in Hell” before something happens, … Continue reading

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What Does It Mean to be More Spiritual Than Religious?

According to a recent study conducted by Pew Research, people with no religious affiliation make up the third-largest global group, placing after Christians and Muslims and just before Hindus. Included in this group are individuals who say they are more … Continue reading

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The Thanks-Living Advantage: Thanks-living Snapshots For 2014

We are all pre-wired for joy, happiness, prosperity, inner peace, mystical and metaphysical understanding, health, compassion, wisdom, and unconditional love. They’re all part of our spiritual DNA. And we have the deeper knowledge at our soul level of knowing that … Continue reading

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Random Acts of Kindness as a Spiritual Practice

Practicing random acts of kindness is a deliberate attempt to brighten another person’s day by doing something thoughtful, nice, and heartfelt. Kindness is a way of showing others that they count. It is a spiritual practice which sends the message that … Continue reading

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Easter from a Spiritual Perspective: The Resurrection Connection

A six year old girl decides to draw a picture of God as her class exercise for Easter. “I’m drawing a picture of God,” she proudly announces to her teacher. “Oh, honey. No one knows what God looks like,” replies … Continue reading

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How to Be the Extraordinary You that You Are!

We’re going to talk about you in this blogcast. Can you think of anyone better to talk about? We’re serious. This blogcast is especially about your one-of-a-kindness, your unique qualities, the you you probably don’t even know – and are … Continue reading

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A Spiritual Message for Halloween: Darth Vader and Mask-Unfusion

It is getting close to October 31 — that day when a lot of us enjoy disguising ourselves with Halloween masks. Mask come from the Latin mascus for “mask” or “character.” They have been used since antiquity for both ceremonial and … Continue reading

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Spiritual Big Bang! The Decline and Fall of Error (Or … Lessons from Green Peas and Mustard Seeds)

Are you ready for a little deep thinking? Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and open your mind for some Big Bang comparisons of good and error, and some lessons from green peas and mustard seeds! Our capacity for … Continue reading

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Getting Beatitudes 9 and 10 (a BONUS) Right : Metaphysical Interpretation of Matthew 5:11

These past few weeks we’ve been sharing the deeper spiritual meanings and more correct interpretations of the Beatitudes from an Aramaically-enhanced metaphysical perspective. It’s time to wrap up our Metaphysical Interpretation of the Beatitudes with the  9th Beatitude, found in Matthew … Continue reading

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Hit Pause For A Moment

This blogcast is entitled ‘Hit Pause For A Moment.’ (Pause) Ah! The pause that refreshes. Try it! (Pause) Close your eyes and pause for a moment. (Pause) Wasn’t that wonderful? Just a brief pause. An inside moment. Getting into the … Continue reading

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