My daily blogs are themed to give the reader something short and sweet, as well as thoughtful and energizing to carry them throughout each day. Continue reading Daily Blog Post Themes
“God has no religion.” ~Mahatma Gandhi When most people think of God, they think of religion. But really, can God have a religion? Did God create religion? No, man did. There are over 4,000 religions in the world today, according Continue reading Which God Is Which?
“The poor dog, in life the firmest friend. The first to welcome, foremost to defend.” ~Lord Byron It’s remarkable how many ways can our canine friends serve us. Dogs are so adaptable and want so much to please. They Continue reading “To The Rescue Again Comes A Human’s Best Friend”
“Life is an adventure in forgiveness.” ~Norman Cousins Norman Cousins was an American professor, political journalist, and author. He worked tirelessly for peace and worldwide nuclear disarmament. He felt a tremendous guilt over the bombing of Hiroshima. Cousins used his unending Continue reading The Great Equalizer
“He makes my feet like the feet of a deer, he enables me to stand on the heights.” -Psalms 18:33 Continue reading Deer: Sacred and Pure
“There is nothing left of me.
I am like a ruby held up to the sunrise.
Is it still a stone, or a world made of redness?
It has no resistance to sunlight.
The ruby and the sunrise are one.”
“Our own life has to be your message.”
~Thich Nhat Hanh Continue reading The Eye of the Storm
“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant.We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift. ~Albert Einstein One beautiful morning a small private plane took off over Continue reading “THE MIND’S SACRED GIFT”
“God should not be called an individual substance, since the principal of individuation is matter.” ~Thomas Aquinas Thomas Aquinas was an 13th-century Christian philosopher who pursued his life’s goals with determination and devotion in the face of great opposition. HISTORY: Continue reading A Levitating Soul
Anyone who scuba dives knows how addictive it can be. The only sound you can hear is the air that leaves your lungs floating away like dancing spheres as you glide suspended and weightless in the depth of Mother’s womb. Continue reading Icon of the Ocean
Many years ago I came across a book called How To Meditate written by Lawrence Leshan. In his book, Mr. LeShan gives instruction on several different types of meditation, structured and non-structured. Two comments that he makes in the book have Continue reading Wellness, Meditation, and Rock Climbing