All of these hues and tones arouse my Taurus earthiness. Even as the tapestry of colors herald the beginning of a deep cyclical slumber, I am feeling vibrantly alive as if the Master Artist has created all of this just for me.
I learned so much from him. Justice taught me what it really means to not judge someone. I do not know and cannot see what is in a person’s heart. Neither do I know the rest of his or her life’s story, nor do I need to know—God knows and that is enough.
. . . my heart races, doubts assail me and I look for a way out by staying under the radar . . .
To ‘believe in’ Jesus is to remain lost in illusion. Time and again Jesus illustrated the futility of the belief in separation or what the Bible calls unbelief . . .
All are one, and one are all, eternally unified in Truth and compassionate acts of endless reciprocity . . .
If darkness is the absence of light and death is the absence of life, what if wrath is the absence of lovingkindness? What if wrath is not necessarily anger and punishment . . .
An awakened heart serves as a prism for Love which shines with infinite possibilities and in infinite manifestations . . .
Then she asked “THE” question: why have women had such a difficult time getting equal rights . . .
“Take back the rainbow” seems to be an odd and rather narrowminded perspective of this God given symbol. That is the trouble with gripping so tightly to representations or idols, they become a means of reactionary divisiveness . . .
What purpose does such unimaginative thinking serve? Can that kind of polarized rationale really solve anything much less the myriad of complex and serious issues currently facing the United States? What causes someone to so vehemently support such linear and dimensionless reasoning? . . .