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Following God

Following God is governed only by the totality of Love, which is beyond definition. Plato’s famous Allegory of the Cave, puts people into a cave whose only reality from their infancy was the light of a fire, and that’s all they ever saw: their reality was limited to the shadows on the cave walls. Finally […]

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Hope In God

Do you want to be the person you’ve built? The minute you ask “Who Am I” you are also asking “Who am I not” and “What could I be?” By asking the question, you’re presuming there are other choices and definitions, and you’re already in change. You’re taking a step toward courage when you ask […]

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No Other Gods: Part 1

Challenging established controls always has a danger, because the moment you challenge control, you challenge the security of other. If you move out of the realm of another’s perceptual acceptance, and if you live outside the realm of another’s perceptual acceptance, you immediately by your existence, force others to question what they perceive. When you […]

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No Other Gods: Part 2

The price of challenging controls has more than one form. Someone with Asbergers doesn’t recognize the social queue very well. He is never totally sure whether he’s doing the right thing or the wrong thing as far as society is concerned. And he has a real fear of the wrong thing because he has paid […]

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Where Your Treasure Is

At the level of our animal nature, we are collectivistic: a lion hunts a herd of wildebeests, and the closer a wildebeest is to the center the better, because if it’s on the edge the lion can get it. The herd provides safety, and the pack doesn’t allow for difference because it would split. The […]

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