Monthly Archives: May 2011

Forgive The Need To Be Separate

Believing what we witness day-to-day, forgiveness of the whole world seems impossible. Recognizing it is the intention for what I want to see that establishes the purpose of my vision, which then becomes the world I see, I can now … Continue reading

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An article by Bridget Thomas

REFLECTIONS ON STARTING AN ACIM GROUP By Bridget Thomas By definition starting a group is not something one can do alone. Therefore it was something of a challenge for me when, several years ago, in conversation with Tom Carpenter he … Continue reading

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Happiness and Forgiveness

Only someone who wants to be happy can truly forgive. Guilt and unhappiness are inseparable, only the degree of each will vary. Happiness, like love, each being an attribute of the other, cannot be contained and must be extended. Forgiveness … Continue reading

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Learning to Love

Wanting only a world that love has made is important to the journey taken here. It reminds us that “letting love in” is a choice we always have. And when we understand it is our brother’s deepest wish as well, … Continue reading

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Thought Of The Day

Think for a moment what it would be like to go about your day with your mind filled only with happy and loving thoughts. Everyone you meet has a smile and a glow of happiness about them. There is no … Continue reading

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Changing Your World

We have no real concept of the power of our mind to create or to heal because we use it now to make stories about what is wrong with us. Learning to use it for a different purpose requires that … Continue reading

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You Cannot Decide “Selectively” Who to Love

When you think of yourself as separate, believing that your concerns and desires are different from others, you cannot interact—cannot join— with anyone, even those you might think you want to be close to. The ego does seem to be … Continue reading

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