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Enslavement or Salvation of Mind: Is Man or God the Architect of Religion, Theology or Spirituality? – Living The ‘GOoD’ Life!

November 4, 2011

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Enslavement or Salvation of Mind: Is Man or God the Architect of Religion, Theology or Spirituality? – Living The ‘GOoD’ Life!.   “If your understanding of the divine made you kinder, more empathetic, and impelled you to express sympathy in concrete acts of loving-kindness, this was good theology. But if your notion of God made […]

Part II of Leap of Faith: The Courage to Be and Do That Which Passion Hungers to Fulfill – Living The ‘GOoD’ Life!

September 8, 2011

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Part II of Leap of Faith: The Courage to Be and Do That Which Passion Hungers to Fulfill – Living The ‘GOoD’ Life!. Due to overwhelming response, today’s entry is a Part II extension of yesterday’s blog title – Leap of Faith: The Courage to Be and Do That Which Passion Hungers to Fulfill. Most […]

Leap of Faith: The Courage to Be and Do That Which Passion Hungers to Fulfill – Living The ‘GOoD’ Life!

September 7, 2011

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Leap of Faith: The Courage to Be and Do That Which Passion Hungers to Fulfill – Living The ‘GOoD’ Life!   There are moments in time when the opportunity to fulfill passionate dreams must be born with bold and faithful, courageous acts. And during times of great uncertainty, some of the greatest ideas are cultivated. […]

Prideful Beliefs and Dogmas: Distinguishing and Defending What Is True, False and Faith – Living The ‘GOoD’ Life!

September 2, 2011

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Prideful Beliefs and Dogmas: Distinguishing and Defending What Is True, False and Faith – Living The ‘GOoD’ Life!.   Obviously, there are as many common and distinguishing beliefs as there are humans, and then some. Quite often, though, we tend to blur the lines of distinction. Everything that is believed is not necessarily true, although […]

Perception of Ideology Can Unite or Divide The Canvas of Human Consciousness

February 20, 2011

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Although I was raised as a Christian child I have spent many hours, days, weeks, and months studying and appreciating the religious belief systems of other cultures (Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, and Judaism, to name a few). While there are those who choose to seemingly force their beliefs (religious or otherwise) on others, it is perhaps […]