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posticon Time and Aging

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Humans are endlessly fascinated by time—what it is, how it affects us, how we can use it best, and so on.

And we also dread it. Fear of aging is one of the greatest fears humans experience. Is there anything to fear? Spirit would say there is not. Here are some of their random thoughts, in no particular order, on time and aging.


  • Time is really an illusion—it is not what it seems to be. In the greater reality of Spirit, there is no time.
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Although I’m no longer Roman Catholic, I enjoy keeping up with religious news. I came across an interesting article on Catholic liturgy this past Easter weekend.

It referred to Solemn Intercessions, the Vatican’s Good Friday ritual. During this ritual Catholics pray for the entire world’s population to become Catholic. Of course, the underlying idea here is the only true church is Roman Catholic.

Isn’t that the narrow-minded attitude lying at the root of our world’s many problems today? It’s my way or the wrong way.Read more

posticon The Simple Things of Life

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Two of my favorite writers are Henry David Thoreau and Laura Ingalls Wilder. Both preferred the simple life.

At his rural cabin in Concord, in the American state of Massachusetts, Thoreau had this sign: I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life. And see if I could learn what it had to teach, and not when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.

Laura once said It is the simple things of life that make living worthwhile.Read more

posticon How Do You Value Yourself?

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If you know your true worth, you do not need anyone else to confirm it. ~ Alan Cohen, author of the best-selling The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore.

Most of us have probably underestimated our true value. After all, our modern world is constantly de-valuing humans. This is especially true if you have the courage to put yourself and your ideas out there for everyone to see.


Johnny grew up in the Roman Catholic Church.

As many in his generation experienced, the Roman church could be pretty harsh and dictatorial.Read more

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Is happiness an impossible dream? Many humans believe it is. But as Abraham Lincoln said, Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be.


If you believe what the world teaches you about happiness, you’ll never be happy. Certainly not all the time. Probably not even most of the time.

The world and its so-called leaders are not the ones to help you be happy. YOU are the only person who can make you happy.Read more