Try the Spirits

It is said that spirits pique feelings, which then coalesce into thoughts, words, and actions. Think about that for a moment. Spirits give rise to feelings, which then may become thoughts, words, and actions. Notice the use of the word "may." The feelings you have cannot force you to think, say, or do anything. You …

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The Costume Party

The world we live in is a giant costume party, and it ought not be. Mankind, dissociated from true Being, lives not in reality, but in a show—a tragic and unnecessary pretense. In this self-created world, man hides from reality, fearing the discovery of his ruse and the unraveling of his wellintentioned disingenuousness. This was …

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The Policy of Forgiveness

Forgiveness is one of the most powerful tools you have at your disposal as a human being. Forgiveness purifies your heart and liberates your mind. It releases you from the tyranny of past grievances and offenses, rendering them powerless insofar as your expression is concerned. There are no exclusions or limitations in the policy of …

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Radiance, Being, and Purpose

You were designed to live a radiant, joyous, and fulfilling life. You know that inherently, because every time you've lived radiantly, you've been at peace, in a state of internal alignment, and at one with the world beyond you. These feelings are unavoidable; they are the natural and ineluctable result of a radiant posture. The …

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Compulsion to Greatness

The Being within you-the true you- is compelled to greatness. It is driven to magnify below that which comes to focus in it from above. Who you are in the deepest sense has a single purpose, namely, to honor and glorify that which is "above." Jesus summarized it in this way: "Let your light so …

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The Attitude of Gratitude

Wise is the person who cultivates an abiding sense of gratitude for that which coheres with truth. This habit is best formed by giving specific and regular thanks for those things in thought, word, and deed. Such a person sees what is wrong with the world, but does not dwell upon its shortcomings and sees …

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