Monthly Archives: October 2006

posticon Overwhelmed by John Cali

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Do you ever wonder what your life is all about — why you are here, and who you really are? Many people today are feeling lost and confused. There’s too much going on in their lives, and in the world around and beyond them.

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A couple days ago, there was an article in the Washington Post about motherhood in America. It said American mothers’ biggest wish was for more peace in their lives. Not more money, not more time, not a sexy body, etc.… Read more

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posticon God’s Will by John Cali

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A happy outcome to all things is sure. ~ A Course in Miracles

The heart and love of GodThe Heart and Love of God

How often have you heard someone say (usually when something “bad” happens), “Oh well, it’s God’s will.” I often cringe when I hear it. It’s almost as if people think God (or Goddess) wills only bad things for us. And that we have no choice in the matter. There was a mantra of sorts I was brought up with as a kid: “Lord, thy will, not mine, be done.”

Spirit and I have discussed this subject at least several times over the years.Read more

posticon The Cold Chilly Winds of Life by John Cali

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Most of us, at one time or another, have had the experience of sailing through our daily lives easily and effortlessly. And then suddenly, everything goes to hell. And we wonder what hit us. Sound familiar?

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A few mornings ago, I was out for my daily run in the foothills south of my town. When I started it was a pleasantly warm, early fall morning. The rugged mountains all around were bathed in autumn’s golden light. The intoxicating aroma of sagebrush filled the air.… Read more

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posticon Seagulls and Mud Puddles by John Cali

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Okay, I admit it — I’ve chosen yet another wacky title for our newsletter. But I promise it will make sense. It’s all about change — something Spirit and I talk about often. And something many of us dread.

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This past summer, I spent some time out on the prairie of northern Montana. As with much of the American West, it’s a bone-dry, arid area. Not much water, save for a few almost-dried-up streams or those running at a fraction of their normal flow.… Read more

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