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An Eternal Triangle: Birth of Humanity

  We are all descended from the first couple But what if Adam and Eve weren’t the first couple? What if Adam had a help-mate before Eve. Legend calls her Lilith. The symbol for the energy of Lilith in the … Continue reading

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Is God on Our Side?

Does the Universe have Our Back? I was reading an article online that had been linked to us by the leader of our Faith & Science group, and then it struck me: most of us think that if we are … Continue reading

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Coincidence or Something Else?

God (be)friended me I’ve been wanting to correct that title ever since this TV show started in the fall. I know that having a Facebook relationship is a friendship, and the act of linking up is called clicking  the “friend” … Continue reading

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Neale Donald Walsch: Devil’s Advocate?

The New Revelations This is the fifth book by Neale Donald Walsch that I’ve read, and I suspect it will be the last. It’s not that I don’t appreciate his message, because I do, it’s just that his method of … Continue reading

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Oh, God!

As King on a Throne This is the classical view of God. He is King over us all. He sits on a throne and dispenses justice for his Chosen People. I like this image, because you cannot actually ‘see’ God: … Continue reading

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To Blog or Not to Blog

THAT is the Question William Shakespeare would have had no problem answering this one. Writers, by trade, must write. But what if they have nothing to say? Have you ever known anyone with an opinion holding back? Take reviewers of … Continue reading

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Intifada: Awakening

  It was 30 years ago today On December 8, 1987, an Israeli civilian truck driver lost control of his vehicle as he passed the Gaza enclave’s large refugee encampment of Jabaliya. The truck smashed into an oncoming automobile filled … Continue reading

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