03Aug/13
Youre-my-forever-love

The how, who, why, when and where of love

The dreaded question for most any guy during the beginning stages of a new love relationship (and I’m sure, for women too) is “how many before me?” Have you thought about how many people you’ve been in love with before your current mate? How did you handle this question?

Hopefully

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26Jul/13

Broken Heart Syndrome is real

When my uncle Spec passed away, his wife, my aunt Jenn, passed away not much longer after. We’ve all heard such stories, and passed it off as some romantic notion, but parakenesis, two organisms operating in tandem, can lead to an imbalance when one partner passes.

Watch and read this short

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19Jul/13

It’s a hustle and bustle world out there.

This big mechanism that we call our metropolis has so many moving parts. Some of them move harmoniously, while other beat to their own nonrhythmic drum. Sometimes I feel like I don’t even exist here… as if I’m invisible.

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Unseen by all the others that stream right by me. Their glossy eyes tuned only to the blue-collar frame of things, while I look toward the fuchsia and magenta hues that dreams are made of. There is so much beauty and history held within the bricks of these urban infrastructures, but they choose only

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12Jul/13

Alienation

There is no greater chasm for the human soul to cross than that created irrationally and unfairly by the power, will, perceptions and opinions of others.

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The elementary school student with the wandering eye, chided by his peers, knows alienation. The lone proponent of an unpopular view or theory (even when true and sometimes especially when true), knows alienation. The voice of reason in a sea of hatred and lies knows alienation. But sometimes alienation

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05Jul/13

Is your love healthy or toxic?

A lot of the world’s problems come about because so many have lost sight of the basic humanity that binds us all together as a human family.

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We have become so disconnected that in our search for "the one true love" we forget that all life is worthy of our love. We are like a person dying of thirst, who thinks not of swimming, but only of one precious drink of water.

Our need for love lies at the very foundation of our existence

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22Jun/13

Gods and Goddesses

The tragedy of Buddhism and of Christianity is that we have turned their founders into Gods.

Despite the Buddha’s warnings against dogma, rites and rituals and despite his teaching that the Source of all life, energy and consciousness is beyond form and concept, the Buddhists light incense, bow before his statue and pray for his intercession in their affairs.

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Christians claim that Yeshua

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