Tag Archives: Spirituality

The Immovable Object

“And blessed is he, whosoever shall not be offended in me.” Matthew 11:6 If love is the irresistible force, then truth is the immovable object. Truth cannot neither be owned nor cornered; human opinion pales and quivers in its almighty, … Continue reading

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A Man of Principle

There is a fundamental concept in Pilates, the principle behind which translates well into many other areas of living. Called “navel to spine,” this process involves drawing your abdominal muscles up and in as you imagine your navel drawing toward … Continue reading

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The Voice of the Nameless

From The Ancient Sage by Alfred Tennyson A thousand summers ere the time of Christ From out his ancient city came a Seer Whom one that loved, and honour’d him, and yet Was no disciple, richly garb’d, but worn From wasteful living, follow’d—in … Continue reading

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The Library of Wisdom and Your Excalibur

“In the conquest of any weakness in our mental or moral make-up; in the attainment of any strength; in our highest and truest relation to ourselves and to the world, let us ever make “love” our watchword, not mere “duty.” … Continue reading

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You are Phenomenal!

I read an interesting article by Dr. Walter Jacobson, M.D. in the Huffington Post yesterday evening. Entitled “How to Succeed in Business by Spiritually Trying,” the article points out that the subconscious mind in many people is programmed to self-sabotage, … Continue reading

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Fool’s Gold and Fool’s Mate

“The world has achieved brilliance without wisdom, power without conscience. Ours is a world of nuclear giants and ethical infants.” ~ General Omar Bradley Education – whether formally given or self-taught – is necessary, but not sufficient to the expression … Continue reading

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