Monthly Archives: March 2006

posticon The Power of One Person by John Cali

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I’ve lived alone most of my adult life. And so the subject of “one” interests me a lot, as I’ sure it does many of you. Can one person, alone, be as powerful as a group?

I completely support the idea of people banding together, for example, in group meditations, in prayer gatherings, in healing work. However, in my work with Spirit over the years, I’ve noticed many people feel they must band together to be effective. They don’t understand the power of one.… Read more

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posticon Niagara Falls by John Cali

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I grew up in Western New York State, just a few miles from Niagara Falls. Known sometimes as one of “The Seven Forgotten Natural Wonders of the World,” the falls are a magnificent sight to behold.

There was one place on the walkways in the park where you could stand directly over the falls, just inches away, and feel all that incredible energy in the huge thundering torrent of white water. It’s something you never forget.

Despite living so close to Niagara Falls, I never saw it until I was a young adult.… Read more

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posticon Fear of Flying by John Cali

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As I’ve been reminded lately, there are several people among my close family and friends who are terrified of flying. You probably also know someone like that.

Most of them cannot understand why I love flying so much. And they understand even less how I could have been a professional pilot for so many years. Defying death, as they saw it, almost daily.

Yet nothing “bad” ever happened to me. I had no fear of flying then. Nor do I now.… Read more

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posticon The Road Not Taken by John Cali

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Robert Frost has always been one of my favorite poets. And one of my favorite Frost poems is The Road Not Taken.

Here are some excerpts from that poem:

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could . . .
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.… Read more

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