Daily Archives: December 14, 2010

Triumph, rejoicing…

One of my absolute favorites The Christmas Oratorio Translation: Triumph, rejoicing, rise, praising these days now, Tell ye what this day the Highest hath done! Fear now abandon and banish complaining, Join, filled with triumph and gladness, our song! Serve … Continue reading

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Questions of Life

What is giving more information ? The words or the silence in between ? Questions of Life are a tool for reflection. Let the question be with you and go deep. Make note of the answers

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Compassion

“You may call God love, you may call God goodness. But the best name for God is compassion.” Meister Eckhart Contemplate this quote. I came upon it today and it struck a chord in me. I sat there for quite … Continue reading

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Losing presence

Are you afraid of losing presence? You are presence itself. And therefore you are always present. You just have to get your attention back here and now. You can’t lose it.

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Shake up

Feel like Christmas yet ? Listen….. Shake up Christmas Ho Ho Ho Shake up the Happiness Wake up the Happiness Shake up the happiness Its Christmastime…

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Be still and the answers will come

    Be still and the answers will come. This is true every time and has replaced the obsessive thinking and scouring the brain for solutions, just to make the expectations fit – not the situation at hand. The answers … Continue reading

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To end suffering

To end the misery that has afflicted the human condition for thousands of years, you have to start with yourself and take responsibility for you inner state at any given moment. That means now. Eckhart Tolle

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Biology of Zen

This Zen Biology Lesson for Enlightenment is really neat. Enjoy….

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