Pay Attention. Situational Awareness Can Save Your Life

January 24th, 2015

Sometimes walking across the street can be hazardous to your health. If you’re not paying attention, in a split second you can become the victim of a stranger in a car who is oblivious to what is going on around him while he is behind the wheel of a killing machine.


Do Our Thoughts Create Reality?

January 17th, 2015

Our thoughts do, indeed, create our reality. This is why it is critical that we be vigilant over our conscious thoughts and that we bring our unconscious thoughts to consciousness.


Think For Yourself. Stop Believing In Things That Aren’t True

January 14th, 2015

It is not enough for us to believe what our “reliable sources” tell us. Best we check the facts for ourselves. Best we think for ourselves. Best we keep an open mind, challenge authority, and avoid spreading propaganda and lies.


How To Deal With Bad Luck and Good Luck

January 7th, 2015

What we assume to be bad luck or good luck today may prove to be the opposite at some point in the future. Therefore, it is wise not to judge what has happened but simply deal with it in the best and most positive way possible.


Share More Than Your Selfies – Be Loving and Generous To Everyone

January 4th, 2015

Social media has enabled us to share our photos, our life events, our ideas more than ever before. In some ways it’s great. In other ways it’s a curse that consumes us with our sense of self-importance. Best we remember to share not just our selfies but our love, our compassion, our abundance, our tolerance and acceptance.


Everybody Is A Friend

January 1st, 2015

Everybody is a friend in the sense that everyone provides us with the opportunity to neutralize our own demons, transcend our own littleness, and advance our own spiritual development.


Love Your Enemies

December 27th, 2014

There is a passage in the Bible where Christ tells us to love our enemies, to forgive and bless those who are persecuting us.


Binge TV Watching Can Be Hazardous To Your Health

December 24th, 2014

Binge TV watching is lots of fun but not a great idea. Even if you’re not watching 47 episodes of people mutilating each other, which is REALLY a bad idea — even if you’re watching 47 episodes of a show on the travel channel — binge watching is an addiction. It is extreme, excessive behavior that puts your life and your mind out of balance. Consider moderation. Consider using your time more wisely.


The State of our Nation

December 19th, 2014

Our nation seems more concerned with reality tv shows than reality. People seem more interested in spending time dancing with the stars than elevating their consciousness and helping to effect necessary changes in the world that could lead to the healing of the planet and true peace among all the people of the world. If this doesn’t change we will be singing and dancing ourselves into oblivion. Nero fiddled while Rome burned. We are doing no less.


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