Category Archives: gratitude

THE YEAR WAS 1969…

“You are an eternal being now on the pathway of endless unfoldment, never less but always more yourself.” This Thing Called You, Ernest Holmes, pg. 108 Later this month I will be flying to Everett, WA for my 50-year high … Continue reading

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Update on the Move to 911 S. Craycroft Rd

We have completed our move from 4200 E. River Rd into our new Office and Education Center at 911 S Craycroft. There are so many people who helped with our move, and so many more who volunteered to help, but … Continue reading

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I KNOW WHERE I BELONG

“ This is the whole secret, a complete mental acceptance, and embodiment of our desires.” —– Ernest Holmes, The Science of Mind 398.3 Having grown up a gypsy child, moving and changing schools frequently, I never felt like I belonged … Continue reading

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Getting After “It”

“Oh, this is going to be good!” exclaimed Reverend Donald Graves. It was Monday, January 29, 2017 after I had relayed how my morning had started with a run, then yoga, then being laid off/fired from my position as an … Continue reading

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Staying “Home”

We look too far away for Reality.   — Ernest Holmes, The Science of Mind 41.3 I grew up on a farm four miles outside of a small Oklahoma town and was seemingly okay with that, except in my head I was … Continue reading

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The Way It Is

“Life is not the way it is supposed to be.  It is the way it is. The way we choose to cope with it, is what makes the difference.” –Anonymous I went to Ojai, California, recently to attend a memorial … Continue reading

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The Road Less Traveled

Robert Frost wrote a famous poem about taking “the road less traveled” and how it “made all the difference.” It describes my experience since becoming a Religious Scientist; taking the road of deliberate consciousness. Examining and questioning my default thinking, … Continue reading

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Steps On The Journey

One of my all-time favorite Zen-based lessons goes as follows.  Two monks must travel together from their monastery to a distant place which involves crossing a fast-running river.  Upon arriving at the river, they discover a woman standing on the … Continue reading

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Aging Well

Everything I know about the world can be summed up in three words: it moves on.  (Robert Frost) I just returned from a trip to Escondido, California to celebrate the birthday of one of my childhood friends.  He was six … Continue reading

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Contemplating Freedom

“You shall be free indeed when your days are not without a care nor your nights without a want and a grief, but rather when these things girdle your life and yet you rise above them naked and unbound.”  Kahlil Gibran, … Continue reading

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