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Remembering Who I Am

photo credit: Candida.Performa I forget who I am all day long. But there’s a difference now. Now I remember that I am forgetting And I return to remembering — All day long. photo credit: h.koppdelaney

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Daily Connecting with Source

photo credit: h.koppdelaney Each “self” has its own way of connecting with Source. The mental body likes to meditate and think on God … the emotional self wants to feel an intimate relationship with Source so ritual and song, chanting and bliss generating meditations are designed to allow the emotional body ways to “worship” Source. The physical responds well to yoga, tai chi – even

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Part 3; Noah … Building the Ark

photo credit: Sweet One It doesn’t take much to see how relevant the story of Noah and the Ark is to our personal life journey. The Biblical story describes our own spiritual life journey. We all face “floods” in life. Perhaps the flood we encounter comes to us through loss of job, relationship or loved one; through addiction or mental illness – maybe we lived

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Noah walked with God ….

photo credit: h.koppdelaney I’ve mentioned before that every character in the Bible has relevance for us. We have within our psyche it’s counterpart that relates to us. Lately I’ve been reading and studying Noah and the message he brings to us about ourselves. Right off the bat, in the Genesis account of Noah and the flood, we are told who Noah was (and is in

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Reading the Bible With Deeper Understanding

photo credit: Daniel Jinsub Lee “When your words came I ate them ….” (Jeremiah 15:16) There are three levels of interpretation possible when reading the Bible. They are: 1. the historical/literal translation. The Bible has historical relevance. It happened in time and space. It is also “his story” – meaning it is the story of mankind. 2. the symbolic interpretation. Every name of person or

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