Author Archives: Tom Carpenter

Heaven

Heaven is the awareness that all wills are joined with the soul purpose and single function to love.

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Let Love Find You

Love is What God Is and so must be the most natural and abundant of all the feelings we have. It must be profusely everywhere, for all of Creation mirrors the Presence of It’s Creator, making all of Creation an … Continue reading

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Who Am I?

If I would have a meaningful answer, can I ask, “Who am I?” without also asking, “What is God?”

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Happiness Is

Happiness is knowing that only love is real.

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Transform The World Into Heaven

Do I believe that sin is real because of what I see in the world? Or do I see it in the world because of my belief? Is the world the cause of my belief, or its effect? This is … Continue reading

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At Home

We resist thinking of ourselves as formless “spirit” because of all the functions the body performs that we believe are an influence on our experience. In Lesson 92, but throughout ACIM, Jesus reminds us that the body, including the brain, … Continue reading

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Remember Just This

Sometimes it seems the “reality” of the world is too much to overlook. It is so easy to get lost in the need to overcome it; so enticing to think I can see what is “wrong” and know how to … Continue reading

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Love or Fear?

Are you the presence of love or fear? Which you believe determines what you perceive your world to be.

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Loving Yourself

Is “loving yourself” too much a stretch or maybe feels too awkward? Perhaps it would feel better to simply acknowledge your appreciation and gratitude for the wonder and holiness of God’s Creation, which, of course, is you.

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Judgment and Healing

When there seems to be resistance to forgiving others, it is likely because we recognize on an unconscious level that by forgiving them we would then have to accept responsibility for the guilt our self-judgment was meant to project onto … Continue reading

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