A few years back I read an article about a man who cured his serious illness by gathering and watching all the funny movies he could until he literally laughed himself healthy. I mention this because…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert on Sunday.
It seems to me what I espouse, many and probably most Christians would say is incorrect. So, if you are a christian and don't mind what is probably a contrary view of Christianity, read on.
I believe Jesus did not intend himself to be worshipped as a deity, but that seems to be a fundamental idea taught by most churches, including the Mormons, Catholics, baptists, prostestants, and Presbyterians.
Let me clarify what I think it is to be worshipped as a deity.…Continue
I recently noticed something quite profound. Everything can be approached, engaged in, or seen as an art form, and, when I do, I am in it fully, it brings me into the NOW it seems. Time collaspes and expands or becomes irrelevant.
As I write this, I'm thinking I'm engaged in the ART of writing this. It then becomes both a process of getting the ideas I want onto the screen, but also in being engaged or interested in how my mind thinks, and how…Continue
You don't like criticism?
You not only don't like criticism, you SO don't like it, that you blind yourself to the inherent value hidden in it, and there is always something of value hidden in ANYTHING we don't like.
Now I'm not suggesting when someone calls you an idiot, you should immediately respond "Thank you, oh thank you, oh thank you. No, that kind of response might just be idiotic (which makes me think, acting like an…Continue
Imagine when we see a child who is unhappy, maybe someone they liked told them to get lost, or maybe they didn't get something, or get to go somewhere they wanted to.
What we'd like them to understand is, It's all ok, and they are still wonderful, and life is still wondrous and awesome and fun, but fortunately with kids we usually don't have to say much, they can usually forget what is…Continue