Last week I made a mistake that had me mentally kicking myself pretty much every day. When my landscapers came to prune several trees in our yard, I also had them cut back a line of wild bushes and vines along the perimeter of our back lawn to allow the sunlight in to nourish the edge of the grass.
We are in the midst, here in the Weekly Bulletin, of a series of articles I have created, titled...The Nature of God and Life: an exploration of critical importance in our time. This isPART IV of that ongoing series...
Last week in our ongoing series on The Holy Experience we defined it as that moment when nothing has changed, but everything is different. Now this does not mean that we should ignore all suffering, look past all of another's torment, and proceed as if nothing bad is happening in the world. Quite the contrary.
The events of this weekend are probably why many of you (me too) experienced deep sadness, fatigue, feeling off balance, nausea, and low energy. Every time we experience a big shift in energy there are decisions and choices that some people have to make - do they want to be here, have they finished with what they have come to do, are they willing to continue with their life path or do they wish to be part of the awakening process?
The views and the experience of humanity on so many things have been impacted by what our teachers have told us about God and about God’s. Today we shall look at what many of us have been told that GOD WANTS regarding Will and Suffering. And then, finally, we’ll explore God’s desires regarding Morality and Death.
I recently posted some information on my Facebook group page about the oil spill, suffering and grief. It was my point that I am of little use if I am heavily grieving and if I lose my center. I had some very intense responses to this including being accused of lacking emotion and even being heartless! Being an sensitive person and a strong empath, this couldn’t be further from the truth.