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MAY DAY! Suppose no one answers your cries for help?

MAY DAY! Suppose no one answers your cries for help?

April 30, 2012 by · 0 

The tradition continues When I read a newspaper article or hear a news report detailing how someone has been injured or killed by a senseless act of violence I am deeply troubled. On one hand, I am grieved by the fact that a person can be so lacking in human compassion that they have no problem inflicting pain, suffering or death on someone else. Yet, these crimes do take place, daily. No one knows... Read more

When A Dark Knight Rises Will You  Be Ready? A work in progress.

When A Dark Knight Rises Will You Be Ready? A work in progress.

March 26, 2012 by · 0 

When I was a child there was nothing more exciting than a Saturday morning action movie. The sounds, the visuals and even our anticipation pumped us up for maximum adrenalin output. When we left the cinema the world was brand new. We were superheroes, or at least, heroes, depending on what picture we were watching. However, beyond the running and jummping we did on the way home, there was no... Read more

Dancing with the Stars …  Dancing as “Kung Fu”

Dancing with the Stars … Dancing as “Kung Fu”

March 22, 2012 by · 0 

GLADYS KNIGHT ... A LESSON IN RHYTHM, GRACE AND SOUL Watching legendary singer Gladys Knight perform her first dance on this season's Dancing with the Stars was genuinely breathtaking to me. Going strictly by calendar years Ms Knight would be categorized as a senior citizen. On the dance floor her movements and joyfulness transformed her into an age-defying diva who caught my attention and... Read more

ONE MIND,ONE BODY,MANY HANDS

ONE MIND,ONE BODY,MANY HANDS

February 7, 2012 by · 0 

"I am a loner. I stand and walk alone," so begins a poem I wrote in my teens. For many years I believed that. I adopted the Bushido attitude of the Samurai. Whatever occurred in life I expected to face it resolutely without looking for help. That was then when I was burning with the fire of youth and lacking in wisdom. No matter who we are, we need other people. We need each other, we can't... Read more

King …Gandhi … Peace-makers Need Protection, Too

King …Gandhi … Peace-makers Need Protection, Too

January 22, 2012 by · 0 

Reverend Dr. King stood for peace, When I first began hearing the name, Dr. Martin Luther King I was in high school. At the time, I heard Reverend C.H. Jordan make reference to him and a phenomenon known as a sit-in. The most intriguing part of his talk with the congregation was the revelation that Dr. King was leading African-Americans in the peaceful pursuit of our Civil Rights. My blood-flow... Read more

2012:New Year, New Attitude

2012:New Year, New Attitude

December 31, 2011 by · 0 

Time for change. It is the beginning of a new year. In various parts of the world there will be great celebrations. Though it is the beginning of a new year, in various parts of the world there will be great suffering. The numbers of years may go up but it does that mean that the intelligence of Man goes up with those numbers. Generation after generation we have found ways to inflict greater pain... Read more

Inhale The Spirit of The Season

Inhale The Spirit of The Season

December 25, 2011 by · 0 

To be cosmic is to be all-embracing. The Christ-Child is cosmic in nature but our limited minds divide the message. Perhaps, if we learn to look to the Un-manifest, we will get it... and the message keeps coming. Play video below.  Read More →

Thank You, Now and Forever: “The Divine Mother”

Thank You, Now and Forever: “The Divine Mother”

November 20, 2011 by · 0 

Giving thanks for this is easy ...but what if there were more to Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is truly a delicious holiday (Photo by whatsfordinner.net). My mother loved eating, so a photo of a sumptuous looking turkey would not offend her. My, mother, however, knew what Thanksgiving was really about at the spiritual level. This article is about giving thanks in a most personal way. I hope it inspires... Read more

The Joe Frazier I met

The Joe Frazier I met

November 8, 2011 by · 0 

The modern human being often lives life vicariously. What might otherwise be a dull and uneventful passing of time becomes excitingly enhanced by the amplified lives of others ... celebrities. Whether they are musicians, actors or athletes, they lift the average person out of the tedium of the ordinary. In that way we can become bound to them much like family, in some cases, the attachment can be... Read more

There Is No Victory In War

There Is No Victory In War

October 28, 2011 by · 0 

The 31st verse of The Tao Te Ching by the Chinese sage, Lao Tzu, says in part: "... This is why the wise person does not use weapons unless there is no choice. He prefers peace and quiet, and he does not celebrate victory in war. If we celebrate victory, we find happiness in killing, and when killing makes us happy, we can't grow spiritually. War should be treated like a funeral, because many... Read more

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