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Last of the Great Russian Christian Mystics

Leo Tolstoy (September 9, 1828 – November 20, 1910) Ian, from our Faith & Science group, sent me links to pdf copies of two of Leo Tolstoy‘s books on the Gospels. Ian also copied out the Preface to “The Gospel … Continue reading

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A Man about 150 Years Ahead of His Time

Oscar Wilde (October 16, 1854 – November 30, 1900) Today is Oscar Wilde‘s 167th birthday. He didn’t live to a ripe old age, dying at 46 years, broken and alone. Is there a lesson in this story? Of course, only … Continue reading

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“Owl’s Talons Clenching My Heart”

Sylvia Plath (October 27, 1932 – February 11, 1963) We watched a short documentary about this tortured soul‘s short life two nights ago. She was too far ahead as a feminist in the 1950’s to stay unaffected by society’s pressures … Continue reading

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And Then the Line Suddenly Doubles…

Some Reincarnational Timelines (Part 2) Before William Blake had died, a new ‘branch’ of my spiritual tree was growing, which then confuses the traditional understanding of reincarnation. Phineas Quimby was born. Quite rightly, these two are connected, but is it … 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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