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Within His Grasp

A King is fleeing the through forest. Snow flurries  swirl around him limiting his vision.  Even though it is cold, he is warm, wrapped in several layers of furs. It’s his heart that is cold. His pursuers follow close behind, obscured by … Continue reading

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Thoughts on John 3:16

“ God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” ~John 3:16 This is one of the most memorized verses in the Bible. I… Source: Thoughts … Continue reading

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Random Acts of Kindness

“When a person goes to sleep after doing someone a favor, a peaceful feeling comes upon him and the angels sing his praises.” ~ Rev Sun Myung Moon, Chambumo Gyeong p. 403

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Just Sharing a Post that inspired Me

  Today’s post has a bit of a twist. Instead of highlighting one of my daily acts, I actually want to share with you about how I was on the receiving end of an act of kindness. I’ve always dabbled … Continue reading

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Is This Retirement?

Since I retired six weeks ago I have been dreaming about work every single night! Is this retirement?  Last night’s  work dream was a doozy:  My old CEO called me in desperation to work on a project for several weeks. … Continue reading

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Prison Camp

I’m interested in Lucid Dreaming and spiritual dreams that feel like God is telling me something. This was one of my first experiences. I had this dream in 1971 at the height of the Vietnam war. I was 15 years … Continue reading

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The Path (Dream, Summer 1974)

It is dusk in the mountains. About a dozen people are hiking single file along a trail. I’m at the end of the line, trying to keep up.  The trail comes down through a dark pine forest, crosses a small … Continue reading

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