Monthly Archives: February 2018

Mind Controlling the Pulse of Life?

I was last in an operating theatre 58 years ago for the removal of my tonsils. It was not a space I was accustomed to. I woke from my appendectomy operation – taking out my burst, gangrenous appendix – fighting … Continue reading

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Building A Better God

The God I’ve built is not one with eyes, ears, judgement or kindness. This god is not even a He. Or a She. Or an It. This God is a process, a system. It’s at this point you could become … Continue reading

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God Takes No Prisoners

God takes no prisoners for he has no prisons. We build our prisons and wonder where he left the key. The key is choosing acceptance. Choosing gratitude. Choosing forgiveness. Choosing peace. We have the key. We are the key. God, … Continue reading

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Parental Pain

My, how we siphon down our patents’ pain into our own lives! Distilling, condensing and concentrating it. We don’t take their real pain which was mingled with joy, peace, despair, success, failure, happy and sad. No, we just take the … Continue reading

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