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One Truth ☮ Many Songs

  “All major mystical traditions have recognized that there is a paradox at the heart of the journey of return to Origin. Put simply, this is that we are already what we seek, and that what we are looking for on … Continue reading

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The World of Wonder – Thomas Berry

“The sacred is that which evokes the depths of wonder. We may know some things, but really we know only the shadows of things.” ~Thomas Berry Excerpts from an essay by Thomas Berry that was recently published in the book … Continue reading

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Earth as Sacred Community – Thomas Berry

“Our present urgency is to recover a sense of the primacy of the Universe as our fundamental context, and the primacy of the Earth as the matrix from which life has emerged and on which life depends. The Earth with … Continue reading

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“When do you cease to be a CEO and become a grandfather?”

“If you don’t have a moral question in your governing process, you don’t have a process that’s gonna survive. That’s the governing law, the moral question. You must have a moral society or you won’t have any.” ~ Chief Lyons The … Continue reading

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Twelve Principles for Understanding the Universe, by Thomas Berry

“The Universe is a unity, an interacting and genetically-related community of beings bound together in an inseparable relationship in space and time… The human is that being in whom the Universe activates, reflects upon, and celebrates itself in conscious self-awareness.” ~ Thomas … Continue reading

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Albert Einstein – God’s Gift to the Creationists?

“Only one thing must be remembered: there is no effect without a cause, and there is no lawlessness in creation… The basic laws of the universe are simple, but because our senses are limited, we can’t grasp them. There is … Continue reading

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The Paradox & Inconsistency of Christian Civilizations

The following was written in 1911, by Dr Charles Alexander Eastman, born Ohiyesa of the Santee Sioux Indians… “The native American has been generally despised by his white conquerors for his poverty and simplicity. They forget, perhaps, that his religion forbade the … Continue reading

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