Tag Archives: Holy Spirit

Online Research: Active or Passive?

Ask and it shall be given to you… There seems to be some kind of synchronicity going on. Yesterday, my cousin, Doug, and his wife, Margot, came for a visit. As is our usual way, Doug and I talked, while … Continue reading

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Is Reincarnation Our Second Chance?

Can We Correct Our Past Mistakes? Recent posts about reincarnation have raised issues of why anyone would have to repeat tendencies from a prior life. When David Wilcock came to the understanding that he might have been Edgar Cayce in … Continue reading

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The Sacred Power of Three

Trinity, Again I was watching a video of Don McLean’s “American Pie” and listened to the words: “And the three men I admire most The Father, Son, and the Holy Ghost They caught the last train for the coast The … Continue reading

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The Siege of Orleans: Jeanne d’Arc

The Maid of Orléans On this day in history in 1429, Joan of Arc (as she is known in English) arrived at Orléans with her French soldiers and helped to lift the siege that the English had laid during the … Continue reading

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Life is a Great Tapestry (Albert Einstein)

We are Each an Insignificant Thread Sometimes the inspiration of my daily post is something that I read on a Facebook page, like today’s from Center for Action and Contemplation. It was the use of the word “weave” which caught … Continue reading

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The Da Vinci Code

The Movie Ron Howard’s depiction of Dan Brown’s book was an eye-opener for the viewing public, in much the same way the book was for readers. The idea that there might be a Sang Real (royal bloodline) from the union … Continue reading

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Cathartic: Purified by Fire?

Cathars They never called themselves Cathars: they were Good Men (and women). They had lived their normal lives, raising children and being human, and then they chose a higher calling in their later years. The name Cathar probably came from … Continue reading

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