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Hidden in Plain Sight: a Spiritual Exercise

Autostereograms Do you remember when these hidden 3D images were all the rage? I couldn’t always see what was there, but once in a while the picture would suddenly ‘appear’ and I ‘saw’. That’s what spiritual vision does, too. Trust … Continue reading

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When Barry Met the Donald

First Meeting: November 10, 2016 @ 12:34 pm Again, I’m taking the timing of this event from a CTV News report on the day. It doesn’t take an experienced eye to see that there was a lot of tension being … Continue reading

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It All Depends on Your Perspective

The Parallax View (1974) When posting a photo on Facebook of a small bug on my window pane, today, I used the terms perspective and perception, relating the bug’s point-of-view to our limited understanding of what goes on in the … Continue reading

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Sometimes We’re So Caught Up in Details:

We Can’t See the Forest for the Trees Have you ever really thought about that phrase? Look at the photograph: what do you see? Trees? You’re no alone. I’m not sure if it’s been programmed in, or it is just … Continue reading

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Say Hello, Wave Goodbye

The Holographic Universe I’m reading David Icke’s latest book, “Everything You Need To Know But Have Never Been Told”. On page 33, he repeats a story that he’s written about before. “I have told the story in other books which … Continue reading

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Utopia or Dystopia?

Eve of Destruction or Dawn of a New Age? It all depends on your perspective, doesn’t it? The thinking on climate change is that we’re running out of time before we destroy this Earth and everything on it. And if … Continue reading

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The Moment I Realized…

Adults Don’t See the Same Things Children Do In the mid-50’s we had a 1951 Chevy. These days I’m not sure which model it was (it looked like the picture above), but we had it from 1955-1960. Then something went … Continue reading

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