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Two Roads

Here’s what’s true: There are always two roads to choose from when we’re feeling upset. One road fuels the fire of our upset (anger, frustration, fear, grief, etc.). One road fuels the fire of our growth in Spirit (peace, grace, … Continue reading

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Follow – Through

I started to pray: I am God’s idea. God’s idea is complete grace, power, wholeness, substance, light, flow, stamina, flexibility, follow through… when I got to that in my thought, I jumped to the idea that to follow through on … Continue reading

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Lock Steps

The Christ is kind of like the locks of a canal. It meets us where we are and adjusts our level before we go forward. If we need humility or confidence, compassion or strength, the Christ communicates our true nature … Continue reading

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Ashtray Analogy

I’ve never been a smoker. So, whenever I ate out (when they used to allow smoking in restaurants), there would be an unused ashtray on the table. And when the conversation turned toward God, which it invariably would, it was … Continue reading

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Positive Reset

You know the way some people are naturally positive and happy – the way some people bounce back easily from disappointments or challenges? Their reset is positive. Without prompting, they’re just happy about life, about themselves – they feel good. … Continue reading

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No Dark Photon

When you turn on a light in a dark room, you won’t see a powerful chunk of blackness fighting off the light in the middle of the room – the darkness can’t decide it’s going to stay there. Why? Because … Continue reading

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Toothbrush

Though I’d always done it the same way, it was only a few years ago that I finally noticed how hard I pushed the toothbrush against my teeth when I brushed – I guess it was a habit – I’d … Continue reading

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