Monthly Archives: July 2011

Food For Thought

Where will you find a sinless world? The same place you found the one dedicated to hate and blame and guilt—in your mind. Which you accept as real depends on what you think is true about yourself. Forgive yourself and … Continue reading

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Being Free

You are free when you are without the need to judge; when there is no reason not to love. Being without the need to judge comes with the recognition there is nothing wrong with you, no reason for you not … Continue reading

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Is Love Enough?

Question: We are being taught that all things that are not loving are illusions because they are not in alignment with the Thought of God. We are also taught that we can see the perfection of everyone and everything by … Continue reading

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Projection

Projection is the cornerstone and purpose of our perception. The presumption that there is something wrong with us, and the attempt to avoid judgment for that, is the reason projection seems necessary. We see the world as a mirror—a projection—of … Continue reading

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Two Ways To See

There are two entirely different ways for us to think and see. Both are motivated by what we expect to find. One looks for what is wrong because it sees through a veil of guilt and finds a world made … Continue reading

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The World Is Our Mirror

The world is a reflection of how we see ourselves. It can be a peaceful experience or an endless variety of challenges. Our behavior then is based upon what we believe is true about us. If we feel badly about … Continue reading

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