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Letter to Jim – Sep 27, 2007 4:28 AM

Hello Jim! I am here in the mountains of Colorado, with two dogs and a lot of beauty all around. It’s been a while since I shouted hello across the canyon of time and space that separates, hoping to hear

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We Never Worry About Now

Ever noticed how little we worry about now? We worry about what will happen. Even our regrets are projections, usually of the mess we’ve made for ourselves or someone else, and how it will affect us. Part of Spiritual Equilibrium

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Meditation on Lack of Regret

For Gregg M. and all others who might struggle with this issue “We of Alcoholics Anonymous”[1] are a mixed lot, today representing a cross section of nearly all humanity.  Lacking proper support for the claim, it is still reasonable to

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As each according to his purpose, work together for good

“The meaning of life in a developing universe”

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Random Observations of Life on Life's Terms

Being me is not easy for anyone, including me. But that is one of the first psychological forces to dissipate on the road to Spiritual Equilibrium – reliance on the approval of others is the nursemaid of expectations.

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Being Me Is Not Easy

Being me is not easy for anyone, including me. But that is one of the first psychological forces to dissipate on the road to Spiritual Equilibrium – reliance on the approval of others is the nursemaid of expectations.

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Where Now Is

On the duality that constitutes our cognitive ability.

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Spiritus Contra Spiritum

The category title is from a passage found in a letter written by Prof. Dr. C. G. Jung to William G. Wilson on January 30, 1961 (excerpts below). The category is reserved for entries and comments on various subjects pertaining

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Romans 8:24 – 28

Paul was the Apostle to the Romans so the entire epistle is germane to his definition of faith. These particular passages are, in my mind, especially coherent and have special implications for the meaning of faith (despite the potential for

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Freewill

In all honesty, the proposition that freewill is limited to only how we choose to interact with our experiences, and otherwise has no bearing on anything that might happen, was a difficult leap for me, and I expect it will be for you as well.

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