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Three things I learned from Sean Penn

“The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.”–Henri Bergson Three things I learned from Sean Penn 1. Always wear sun screen. 2. Marrying Madonna is not the fast track to wedded bliss. 3. It’s impossible to judge by appearances. Sean Penn, a brilliant actor, has played a wide range of roles over […]

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“Reality” is a mental construct–make yours joyful

Thought for the day: Our beliefs are cultural constructs and only as “true” as the investment we place in them. Reality is malleable and formed from consciousness. We can either join lockstep with the cultural paradigm or we can create our own reality, our own path. We’re all in ruts, but we can break free. […]

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It’s too late to undrink the kool-aid

“Pain is purposeless, without a cause and with no power to accomplish anything.”–A Course in Miracles WordPress tells me that this blog post is my 200th since I began blogging 15 months ago. What a fabulous ride it has been. Despite my initial resistance, I discovered that I love blogging about these topics. Writing these […]

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In Good We Trust

“Man only likes to count his troubles, but he does not count his joys.”—Fyodor Dostoyevsky I am happy to announce that, two days ago, I turned in the manuscript for E-Cubed. Can someone give me a loud and hearty “woot-woot!” Tomorrow I’m heading to Hamburg for the first of a couple talks at Hay House […]

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“Set big, hairy audacious goals.”—Mr. Development

“Supersize your dreams.”—Joel Osteen No sooner did I appoint myself “Mayor of Crazy Town” (in yesterday’s blog), than blessings started rolling in. Hay House asked if I’d be interested in writing E-Cubed, a follow-up to E-Squared which totally cracks me up. The LOA community chose this very blog as one of the best blogs of […]

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