When newscaster Walter Cronkite brought the sound and fury of the Vietnam War into our living rooms it marked the evolution of the news and mass media, confirmation that we had become, in fact, a global village. Since then we've had a ringside seat to events we can never un-see. Events so horrific . . .
Imagine every cell in her/your body is dancing to her/your favorite song moving in perfect harmony to the uplifting melody that makes her/ your body come alive and frees her/you of all worries and fears releasing all illness and pain as healing, energy, hope and peace become the rhythm of . . .
I want to be with those who know secret things or else alone. ~Rainier Maria Rilke We know a lot, it's true, but we don't know everything. Even though we act like we do. We worship scientific materialism--the belief that the only thing that exists is physical reality and we look for reasons to . . .
Some things must be believed before they can be seen. We're used to the way science usually works: We see it, then we believe it. We've all heard that seeing is believing. In fact, most of us believe that things must be seen to be believed. But, that's not always true. In fact, . . .
Pray for Peace I must interrupt regularly scheduled programming because the world has gone mad once again and terrorists of all flavors are running rampant, many in the name of religion. Children are being beheaded. People are being buried alive. These barbarous acts are worse than we can . . .
This is the second part of a series on ... well, what IS it on? Can the future really be predicted? Can some people actually talk to the dead? In yesterday’s post I talked about my experience with psychics and mediums. I’m continuing the discussion today. One sunny afternoon last summer, my . . .
The Blessed Lord said: You are mourning when there is no cause to lament, and yet you speak words that seem to be wise. The truly wise lament neither for the living nor the dead. We all grieve the loss of those who have been important to us in our lives. Our family and friends, our beloved pets. . . .
Who among us hasn't wanted to dress Jesus? For the price of just a few lattes, you can. This fabulous magnetic Jesus comes with a complete wardrobe — Jesus as surfer dude is irresistible. For the fashion lovers among us, the kit comes with a nice assortment of accessories, like loaves and fishes. . . .
I first encountered the Bhagavad Gita in my freshmen religion class, when it was part of our assigned reading. I can't say it made any impact then, but once I got to India, it came to mind again. I bought a copy and then this deck of inspirational cards with wisdom from the Gita. Here's the copy . . .
Oh, God and I do mean God, because who else could have created such incredible beauty? Tectonic shifts and erosion and ferrous oxide, yes, I know, but all that had to start somewhere and I do believe that a Universal Force, the Divine or call it God, ignited this place and the world. We spent four . . .