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Contradiction in Terms: How this Idiom Seems like Nonsense

Getting on Like a House on Fire Yesterday, I took my first increased dose of Ozempic (.5 mg) and suffered from indigestion, nausea and diarrhea all afternoon. I thought, last night, that a good night’s sleep would sort me out. … Continue reading

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In View of What I’ve Learned Lately…

Some Reincarnational Timelines (Part 1) In the older traditions, reincarnation is a progressive, linear development of an individual soul. And, until recently, I would have totally agreed with that premise. In truth, I’ve only had one life that I could … Continue reading

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The Night Will Brought the House Down, Literally

The Globe Theatre Burns Down (June 29, 1613) As yesterday was our 11th wedding anniversary, I bought my wife, Susan, the DVD of All Is True. We watched it last evening. The opening credits highlighted this event as the last … Continue reading

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Yes, the Medium is the Message: The Last Prophecy of…

Biensa Douno (1944) When I plucked Peter Deunov‘s details out of Lars Muhl’s latest book earlier this week, I was completely oblivious to the fact that during his final days of life, he shared one last prophecy. Why show Deunov’s … Continue reading

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The Day That the Holy Spirit Descended on the Apostles

Pentecost (May 15, 30 AD) I was reading in a Steiner book that Pentecost took place in 33 AD, 49 days after Easter Sunday. Why is everyone stuck on 33 AD? By my own calculation Jesus’ resurrection took place on … Continue reading

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The Sunset Started Subtly and then Burst into a Fire in the Sky

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Fire in the Sky, Tonight

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Black Lives Have Always Mattered

More Than a Smokescreen I’m convinced that history ‘comes around again’ when the underlying causes of social unrest are not resolved, but only swept under the carpet. The USA is under siege yet again, and during an election year. Billy … Continue reading

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One Match Lit a Regime Change in 1963

The Heart of Thích Quảng Đức When it comes to dying for a cause, this Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monk set the standard for others to follow. He set himself on fire to protest the treatment of Buddhists in South Vietnam. … Continue reading

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It Only Takes a Spark to Light a Fire

The Camp Fire (November 2018) On the PBS program NOVA last night, the so-called “Camp Fire” was reviewed from first spark to final results, a time space of 17 days. Even though this was exactly six months ago, it still made … Continue reading

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