• 02 2019 June

    Dare I Ask?

    Having been raised “Christian” I am struck by the lack of personal investigation into the mysteries this faith contains. Some of the questions I have, don’t seem to be part of the discussion of others....

  • 02 2019 April

    In His Image

    How do we understand the Biblical statement that we are made in the likeness and image of God? I’m sure no one believes that God looks like us or we Him. We are material beings...

  • 26 2018 July

    Beliefs are not facts

    It is a human condition to deny things that conflict with our long held beliefs...

  • 22 2018 April

    The Importance of Creativity (Transcending the pain)

    We were made to create, and create uniquely....

  • 24 2016 November

    The Depth of ONE

    By Daniel Amyx,  Feb. 12, 2006 Dive Deep Into the Space of God.   Leave all your possessions, behind.   Baggage is not allowed.   Truth is your ticket.   Love is your vessel.  ...

  • 16 2016 November

    One:

    I’ve been on this planet, this unusual classroom, for a number of decades now.  I’ve learned a great deal about it, the people that live on it’s surface, and the Cosmos that it is immersed...

  • 14 2016 July

    Our Peril

    Until we all actively participate in our government, we will be treated as if we are morons and led around as sheep. Corporations have usurped our government and it no longer serves us but instead...

Co-operation

July 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

As a scientist and a curious human being, I am always interested in how patterns are replicated from micro to macro. Take for example the veins in a leaf. If you take a close look at the pattern, you will see the same pattern in the veins of an animal; in the pattern of  lightening...

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The Ripple Effect

April 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

For Data Connect’s Tim Hobbs Our actions and behaviors have a much greater effect on the future, than on the present. Think for a moment about the erosion of mountains. Rain and wind slowly removes very small amounts of dirt and sand from the mountainside. In our lifetime, you and I would be unaware of...

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Being Grateful

December 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

When the holidays come around this time of the year, and the falling snow makes everything surreally quiet and beautiful (this weekend I am visiting friends in Denver), I like to watch the snow fall and meditate on the things I am grateful for. For most of us, we are thankful for our families and...

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The Japanese word Yugen

November 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Every world language has at least one word that has no comparison in other languages. The Japanese word Yūgen is one of those wonderful words that is without a duplicate elsewhere. It’s beautiful and very intriguing meaning is explained on the linked site Pricklygoo. Click the photo and the link will open in a new...

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