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Defy the lie: why the “F word” and I roll deep

“Last night I lost the world, and gained the universe.” ― C. JoyBell C. According to the Course in Miracles, forgiveness (the F word) is the answer to everything. But like God, love and other important concepts, forgiveness comes with a cargo-hold full of baggage and is not well understood. Forgiveness doesn’t suggest overlooking something […]

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Random acts of forgiveness: a new movement starting today

“I used to be Snow White, but I drifted.”—Mae West I had a different post planned for today. But I woke up this morning to some news that simply MUST. BE. SHARED. Last week, a woman from Derbyshire, England asked her followers to retweet the idea that “we’re seeing more and more good news. That […]

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The F word and why I use it daily

“Let go all the trivial things that churn and bubble on the surface of your mind.”—A Course in Miracles I’ve come up with a test for determining what’s important. If it’s widely misunderstood, it’s probably worth my attention. Case in point: the word “God”—more baggage than a Samsonite store, completely misconceived, the coolest force on […]

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Finding Forgiveness and Freedom Through the Gift of Love: Guest post by the inimitable Klay S. Williams

“Clinging creates the bricks and mortar with which we build a conceptual self.”–Michael Singer For you regulars at the party of this blog, it’s no surprise that a) I love all the friends I’ve made here in cyberspace b) I love supporting fellow creators and spiritual seekers and c) I’m leaving the country here in […]

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Use this year’s 525,600 minutes to write a different story on your etch-a-sketch

“Refuse to be sidetracked into detours and illusions.” —Course in Miracles You’ve heard it a million times: George Santayana’s famous line that “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” I’d like to take this opportunity to point out that it is ONLY our remembrance of the past that condemns us to […]

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