Social Media: Both Friend and Foe

Social Media: Both Friend and Foe

Social media is on trial in the press and at dinner tables around the world. This is good because social media can be our spiritual friend and our spiritual foe. Remembering that everything is our mirror, we each need to examine what tools we use, how we use them, and...
The Parable of the Cracked Pot

The Parable of the Cracked Pot

A water bearer in India had two large pots, each hung on each end of a pole which he carried across his neck. One of the pots had a crack in it. While the other pot was perfect and always delivered a full portion of water at the end of the long walk from the stream to...
A Reader’s Response to Freedom and the Highest Good

A Reader’s Response to Freedom and the Highest Good

Can we learn how to balance individual freedoms with the highest good of the entire community? Last year I wrote a post titled “Freedom Isn’t Easy.” I received this wonderful reply and sent it out via email at the time. I have been guided to share it again because our...
The Parable of Little Treasures

The Parable of Little Treasures

An old man walked through the outskirts of Chandrapur. He was very thin and his legs and arms were covered with sores. When dogs chased him, he never turned to strike at them with his staff. He simply walked on. When children threw stones at him and called him names,...
Stewardship and Divine Community

Stewardship and Divine Community

How is your stewardship today? Are you a good member of your community? These might be interesting questions because I find very few people understand what stewardship means or why it is important. However, it is an essential aspect of Divine Community and we all...

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