Monthly Archives: October 2010

Hurt Feelings.


  When our feelings are hurt we are inclined to ment or say, “You hurt my feelings”. That would be incorrect as what we should say is, “My feelings got hurt”. We cannot blame another for our doing.  

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The Advent of “Messengers”.


  If we assume that in their time the Buddha and the Christ were the only “messengers” on Earth, that the population of the Earth at that time was one million, and that such “messengers” appeared thereafter in proportion to … Continue reading

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The Paradox of Soul Growth.


Paradoxically, the growth of the Soul results in its elimination but with the fruition of the Spirit in all its glory.

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Upheaval and Growth.


  The upheaval of the ground by ploughing in preparation for the sowing of the seeds of growth is like the upheaval in the lives of many souls on Earth.  

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The Pilgrim’s Progress.


  When the pilgrim is aware of what is and why it is, he or she needs no crutch, walks tall and without fear.  

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Anger & Love.


  Now and again Ian gets angry with people because of what they say or do but I love them for what they are despite what they say or do.  

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Life.


  When life itself is a pleasure whatever one’s circumstances, there is no need to look elsewhere for pleasure.  

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Love – further clarifying its non-existence.


  So much poetry and song lyrics are created by the emotion of love yet it is an illusion too! Albeit an illusion which, like time – another illusion – serves a purpose in this plane, a means of expressing … Continue reading

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Creating Our Future.


  The mistakes we make do not come back to haunt us, they lie ahead – waiting! Waiting for us to face the same choices again, but then with greater wisdom.  

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A Truth Is a Truth.


  Whether stated by a Christ, a Buddha or a five-year-old child a Truth is a Truth, so ignore the human source.  

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