Month: June 2018

Explain God

How to explain God.  Theologians have been attempting to do this since the dawn of time (see my book Think, Believe, Receive) with varying degrees of success. To attempt to do so in 300 words is a fools errand.   There is no explaining God. Even the concept has sent armies to war countless times. …

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Conversations in our heads

Those conversations in our heads; you know how they go.  You get so angry at another person and you want to tell them off.  You want to show them how wrong they are.  Around and around the conversation goes in your mind.  They say this, you respond with a withering reply that is insightful and …

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In the first person

Taking responsibility for our actions and thoughts is one of the most empowering things we can do. It is never “them” Often our words suggest we are doing something because “they” want us to do it.  “I have to do this because they want me to.”  “I can’t do that, they won’t let me.”  As …

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Remember these things

Do a thousand wonderful deeds plus one not so wonderful deed and what will you remember?  The one deed that did not live up to your own standards. The monkey mind We humans are so wonderful.  We do good things all the time, as we should.  We help others, we give to charity, we raise children …

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Universal Guidance

Whatever answer you seek, Universal Guidance has it for you.   Many people have the idea that we are self-contained beings; that we have to come up with the answers to all of life’s questions on our own.  This is false.  In fact you have already been the recipient of guidance from beyond your own …

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Pessimism and fatigue

Pessimism, the inclination to expect the worst, can not only make you a bummer at parties, it can keep you from having enough energy to even go to the party. A terrible spiral When everything around you seems to be going in the toilet, and you cannot see things changing, your body responds by powering-down. …

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Disappointment

We all face disappointment sooner or later.  The job we wanted goes to someone else, our children don’t behave as we would like them to, the relationship we thought would be “the one” vanishes in a cloud of acrimony.  We get used to these disappointments most of the time and move on, but sometimes disappointment …

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The Doves chorus

Our stress level is perhaps the greatest factor on our physical and emotional health.  Stress not only affects us moment to moment, but its cumulative effects come back to haunt us in so many different guises; cancers, digestive disorders, failed relationships, even our job performance.  The list of “cures” for stress grows everyday, but perhaps …

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