Keep Your Fork

I don’t know about you, but I’m not that wild about change. Looking back, my life (thankfully) has had a history of sameness. (I’m not sure if that is a word, but since I just used it, it is now!) My parents were married for 64 years until my father’s death; they lived in the …

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I Dare You!

In the wonderful book, A New Way to Be Human, Robert V. Taylor writes about “risky invitations.”  He says, “Risky invitations interrupt the imagined or assumed course of your life, raising the stakes right where you struggle the most.  Responding to these invitations takes you beyond your comfort zone, inviting transformation and an enlarged understanding of …

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“Summertime…”

If you were with us in church on Sunday, you remember we celebrated the Summer Solstice (first day of summer).  Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong helped us, with a rendition of the song, “Summertime” from Porgy and Bess: “Summertime, and the livin’ is easy. Fish are jumpin,’ and the cotton is high. Your daddy’s rich, …

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Moving To A New State

We’ve been using Charles Fillmore’s book, The Twelve Powers of Man, for the year.  Our power (or gift) for the month of June is imagination. Our book for my Wednesday night class is The Neville Reader by Neville Goddard.  He talks about imagination, as well as the feeling behind it.  “To attempt to change circumstances …

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