Choose life so that you and your descendants may live. — Deuteronomy 30:19 Yesterday’s sermon was on Moses’s final address to the people of Israel. The priest chose to talk about choices, the freedom of choice we all have, the consequences of bad choices in our life, and how we tell a good choice from a…

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He said to them all, “If any want to become my followers. let them deny themselves and take up their cross daily and follow me.”  — Luke 9:23 For many of us we have two kinds of relationships with God. One is easy-going and comfortable. You don’t have to change anything in your life and one…

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I have written before about my friend who decided to seek change. I was so taken by his attitude that you will find a little reference to his phrase in my next book. The truth is that change is a constant not something that occurs rarely. No relationship, no sadness, no event, and no situation…

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Sacred possibilities always exist in our lives. The goodness and the gentleness of the world are always there for us to appreciate. This is not a myth; it is actual fact. Excerpted from: “Sacred Outlook: The Practice of Vajrayogini,” in The Heart of the Buddha: Entering the Tibetan Buddhist Path, page 135. I came across…

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Create In Me A Clean Heart, O God, — Psalms 51:11 As an author I notice what books fly off the shelves and what is relegated to the back. Bestseller lists are always full of books about new ways to lose weight, ease tension, how to stop worrying, and acquire wealth. Sadly, if you go into a…

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