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The Umpteenth Secret of “The Secret”: Align Your Rider and Elephant | Conscious Bridge

Recently, I reconnected with an “old friend” named Mark Gilbert. There's... 

More Than A Dream, More Than A Dreamer

best online essay writing service Like so many of us today, legitimate work at... 

If I Can Help Somebody . . .

My mother plays piano. Quite well, in fact. Among the songs she loves to play and... 

Who’s to say? « Journals Of Enreal

It’s been a while since I checked in on Enreal . . . I’ve been cheating... 

Soul Pancake: Does Prayer Work?

A new instant favorite website, one you’ll see me highlight here a lot probably:... 

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Guest Blogs

This Is the Moment You've Been Waiting For

Right now. This is it. Wait no longer. This is your moment, this is my moment,... 

Can We Move to Love in the Big Apple?

The proposal by a moderate Islamic group to build a mosque a couple of blocks away... 

Blogging and Tweeting As a Spiritual Practice

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We're in Good Hands

In the midst of the ongoing “discussion” about the passage of President... 

MOVE On

2010 is here. Time to move on! 2010. The beginning of the second decade of the... 

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Beyond The News

One Race

I love God. I love exploring big ideas and deep philosophical questions. I love seeking a deeper understanding of what’s going on here on our beloved blue ball and how it all fits in with the larger story that The Author is writing. I also love science. I love how new information can stretch the mind and explain things. Now I’m not one... [Read more of this review]

Preaching Prosperity? Or Pimping the Pulpit?

Today, I read this interesting post by Sarah Gilbert about so-called “prosperity gospel” over on Walletpop.com: God says: You’re not rich (yet). She was commenting on this story in the New York Times about Kenneth Copeland’s Ministry. Good stuff to read. As for me, I think the most important part of this is to expand our definition... [Read more of this review]

Your World Is Calling . . .

Paul Hawken is an environmentalist, entrepreneur, journalist and author. I had never heard of his work before reading this commencement address he gave in Oregon in May, published on the progressive Web site Commondreams.org. I dare you to read this and not be inspired to leap into action. An excerpt: Ralph Waldo Emerson once asked what we would do... [Read more of this review]

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