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The Big Yellow Bus to Somewhere?

posted by smcswain

Lao-Tzu said, “Be #content with what you have; #rejoice in the way things are. When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.” You are probably not so different from me. But I live much of […]

Faith So Simple…As a Mustard Seed…So Why Does Religion Complicate Faith?

posted by smcswain

Faith is so simple. So very simple. It is religion that complicates it. Why? Control, perhaps. Distinction from other religions, maybe. I’m not quite sure. What I do know is that faith is not about either control or distinction. Instead, […]

Your Best Life Now!

posted by smcswain

OK, so this is all a little weird to me. My first blog as a blogger with BeliefNet. And, it feels like I’m starting all over. Which of course I am. Which makes it all the weirder. Which of course […]

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All that Really Matters in Any Religion
"In essentials unity...in non-essentials liberty...in all things charity." I have heard this phrase for the greater part of my religious life. In fact, I am pretty sure I have used

posted 11:06:11am Mar. 04, 2015 | read full post »

Change: The Two Vital Steps to Lasting Change
Change. Sooner or later, everyone wants to change something.  We begin each new year resolving to make changes... In our relationships; In our priorities; In our health; In our personal fitness; In our eating h

posted 1:38:49pm Feb. 17, 2015 | read full post »

"Healing the Divide" - An Interview with Author, Christian Mystic and Church Reformer, Amos Smith
"Healing the Divide." That's the title of Amos Smith's book. Fr. Richard Rohr calls it "a foundational work written in a style that will be respected by scholars--yet easily accessible to ordinary Christians and would-be seekers." Leonard Sweet, author of I Am a Follower, suggests this: "Read

posted 6:39:10am Feb. 17, 2015 | read full post »

LIVING WITH FEARS: How I’m Learning to Manage Mine
I think I have always lived slightly afraid of something. • I am not afraid of being attacked like a soldier must feel on a battlefield. • I am not afraid of falling off a cliff, although I would be if I did not avoid heights. • I am not afraid of being struck by lightning because…well…

posted 8:48:19am Feb. 14, 2015 | read full post »

Contentment...In Any and All Circumstances
The spiritual teacher, Eckhart Tolle, once wrote, "Accept this moment as if you had chosen it." That's not so different, is it, from what the spiritual teacher, Saint Paul, described, when he wrote, "...I have learned how to be content with whatever I have" (Phil. 4:11)? [caption id="attachmen

posted 10:40:05am Jan. 29, 2015 | read full post »


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