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I Dare You!

In the wonderful book, A New Way to Be Human, Robert V. Taylor writes about “risky invitations.”  He says, “Risky invitations interrupt the imagined or assumed course of your life, raising the stakes right where you struggle the most.  Responding to … Continue reading

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“Summertime…”

If you were with us in church on Sunday, you remember we celebrated the Summer Solstice (first day of summer).  Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong helped us, with a rendition of the song, “Summertime” from Porgy and Bess: “Summertime, and … Continue reading

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Moving To A New State

We’ve been using Charles Fillmore’s book, The Twelve Powers of Man, for the year.  Our power (or gift) for the month of June is imagination. Our book for my Wednesday night class is The Neville Reader by Neville Goddard.  He … Continue reading

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Vision Beyond Appearances

Our power or gift from the Universe for the month of June is Imagination, and our color is light blue. The book How To Use Your Twelve Gifts from God by William Warch tells us that imagination is “vision beyond … Continue reading

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The Power of Decision

Imagine the experience of going out for dinner.  You’ve looked at the menu, and looked at the menu, and looked at the menu.  But you just can’t decide what to choose.  So when the server comes back, and it is … Continue reading

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The Power of Joy

Think about the experience of happiness v joy. A new car, fully paid for, makes us happy.  Spending time with dear ones makes us happy.  Chocolate cake (or our favorite dessert) makes us happy.  But eventually, the new car smell … Continue reading

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“Watch Your Mouth”

I don’t know about you, but it was my mother who taught me how to act in polite society.  Many people call that “couth.”  (I always thought that was a slang word, but Webster’s Dictionary says it really exists.)  She … Continue reading

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