Tag Archives: wisdom

Experience: Negative to Positive

“Don’t touch! It’s hot!” As a species, we are wired to disobey. It must built into our DNA to be negatively suggestible. From the minute we are told not to do something, that’s all we want to do. Once upon … Continue reading

Posted in paranoia, personal | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Hebrew Proverbs: Wisdom Words

The Golden Rule Years ago, I studied Hebrew scripture to see if there were any hidden codes buried beneath the words. This is known as Gematria. Sometimes, the text itself will hint at the number(s) involved. That means the message … Continue reading

Posted in spirituality | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Beliefs: What Do I Know?

The Question Yesterday, at our Faith and Science group, we got into a discussion about “when do our beliefs turn into certainties?” As always, when we try to approach these things from an intellectual point-of-view, our inquiries fail to reach … Continue reading

Posted in paranoia, personal | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

The Wisdom of Richard Bach

  When I began to do research for this piece, I quickly realized that Jonathan Livingston Seagull had been reviewed to death. My fallback position (Plan B) was to discuss some of Richard Bach’s sayings. Even that has been overdone. … Continue reading

Posted in reviews, spirituality | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The Enneagram

  It’s an interesting image, the Enneagram. The hidden message is the solution to π: 3.142857. I have tried to encode the following poem with the same message.     Enneagram   The symbol of esoteric knowledge Reminds me of … Continue reading

Posted in manuscripts, poetry | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment