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A while ago, a reader asked us to talk about the spirituality of sex.

If you were raised as we were, in the Roman Catholic Church, you’ll undoubtedly remember sex was something you didn’t talk about. You got the idea it was evil. So how could it possibly be spiritual?

Among the Church’s rules was sex, and even thoughts about it, were evil. Except, of course, within the narrow and strictly controlled confines of marriage. Any violation was sure to send you to Hell for all eternity.Read more

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This week, Spirit has a few more words about last week’s coronavirus post.

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When the coronavirus is over, you will enter into that golden age you have long dreamt of. It will be a time when you cherish and love one another more deeply than ever before. And  you will cherish and love yourselves more deeply than ever before.

There is nothing to fear

Your bond and love with the God within grants you immunity like nothing else can.Read more

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Copyright © 2019 by Berna Copray

“When you know positively that GOD…does exist and that it is ALL POWER, you can use it to accomplish ALL THINGS. With it you can transport yourself from place to place.” ~ Baird T. Spalding

I realize that photograph and quotation above may look a bit strange. Let us explain.

On a recent cool sunny day, at a nearby park, my dear friend Berna Copray and I were discussing a book we’d recently read. The book, Life and Teaching of the Masters of the Far East  by Baird T.Read more

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Your angels often come to you well-disguised. ~ John Cali & Spirit

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In my younger days, one of our family’s neighbors was a street sweeper—a pretty humble vocation. Like most of our neighbors, Giuseppe and his family were Italian immigrants.

We lived in a small farm town, where almost everyone was friendly. With one exception.

The “Americans,” as they called themselves, harshly discriminated against the Italians. Even in our little Roman Catholic parish, the pastor required segregated seating. The Americans were on the right side, and the Italians on the left.Read more

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We must not allow the clock and the calendar to blind us to the fact that each moment of life is a miracle and mystery. ~ H.G. Wells, British writer

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A couple weekends ago, I was pondering what to get for my Sunday dinner. Growing up in a large Italian family, Sunday dinners were special occasions. They were a day for being together to celebrate the day and each other.

My mother used to make a special eggplant stew which I loved.Read more