Monthly Archives: December 2006

posticon Safe Harbor by John Cali

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Do you feel safe? Has your daily life become a chore, or worse, because there are so many risks in simply getting out of bed every morning?

John Cali

We humans seem to be on a never-ending quest for safety and security.

You can see it, literally every day, in the mainstream news media. Whether they’re talking about health, diet, finances, driving on the highways, surfing the internet, relationships among various countries, sexual relationships, etc. etc. A common theme running through these, and other areas of human activity, is how we can be safe and secure.… Read more

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posticon Why There Is No Peace on Earth and What You Can Do About It: Snoopy and The Red Baron by John Cali

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This has to be the craziest (and longest) article title I’ve ever come up with — I admit it! But bear with me.

This is a repeat of a Christmas article we published several years ago. I think it’s perhaps even more appropriate and timely today than it was then.

John Cali
Years ago, Spirit and I wrote a newsletter article called Peace on Earth. In that article, Spirit gave us an interesting, and somewhat different, view of how we can achieve what has clearly been an elusive goal for the human race.… Read more

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posticon Friends and Enemies by John Cali

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Ever wonder if your friends are really friends? Or if your enemies are really enemies? I have.

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Over the years, I’ve met many wonderful people through my work with Spirit. Many of you are as close to me as my own family. Someone (I don’t remember who) once said something like this: members of the same family are not always born under the same roof. How true.

I’ve been richly blessed to have had the support and love of so many of you for so long.… Read more

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posticon Shadows on the Wall by John Cali

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Do you ever wonder what’s “real” and what isn’t? I sometimes do. How do we tell the difference?

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Many years ago when I was in college, part of our required curriculum was philosophy. Four years of it! It often practically put me to sleep. But there were parts of it I found fascinating. One of those was Plato’s Allegory of the Cave.

I’m sure most of you have heard of Plato, the ancient Greek philosopher. His teacher was another Greek philosopher, Socrates, who, many of you will remember, was put to death for his teachings.… Read more

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