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Those Who Have, Receive More

“What we dwell on will increase, and what we refuse to indulge (negative thinking, resentment thinking, fear) will gradually lose neural-connective strength.”

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Seeing Clearly

Our most important spiritual work is inviting in awareness and creating the silence and space in our lives that allows us to see a little more clearly.

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Following leaves little time to look back

Jesus rarely really looked back. He strides, and he looks forward (“face set towards Jerusalem”) but never really looks back. Jesus is in no way passive. He is very active – calling out injustice, speaking the truth – cost what it will and lead where it may. And it leads to torture, humiliation and death. Often. And it does for us too if we are courageous enough to be leaders and not sycophants.

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Christian Mindfulness

“I am happy to be a Buddhist now, but had I known this was available in Christianity I would never have become a Buddhist.”

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