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Category Archive for 'Change & Growth'

A tale of two lists

Spiritual people are not usually: Hypocritical Arrogant Self-absorbed Self-righteous Worried Hateful Petty Insincere Careless Malicious Rude Greedy But, hey, we’re humans — I’m human — so we can’t remove these things from our lives overnight, no matter what spiritual path we follow. The idea is to move away from these listed items. But most spiritual […]

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“You know, it would be horrible living with Christ, Buddha, Martin Luther King, Jr., Mother Teresa, and Gandhi as my neighbors,” a friend once told me. “Why would that bother you?” I asked, rather dumbfounded. I wondered: Why would having the best examples in history as neighbors be a negative? Couldn’t he see that these […]

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Certain religious teachings I have very little use for any more are good at creating fear: Fear of having my own inner worth and wisdom Fear of moving and flowing to the direction of the Holy Spirit Fear of making my own decisions about scripture Fear of making mistakes that could condemn me Fear of […]

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I asked my husband last night about his take on the Christian idea that the man is the leader the marriage. I wanted to hear how he explained that relationship doesn’t flourish behind the prison bars of control. He first noted that we will all stand alone before God during judgment, so we are all […]

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“Do not forget the hands of the aged; they have touched much of life and have become sensitive and sympathetic.” — Anonymous .. This month is National Family Caregivers Month. In honor of the month, a wonderfully caring blogger, Linda Abbit, of TenderLovingEldercare.com, interviewed me about caregiving. As some my readers know, I’m the main […]

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