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The Song of Birds at Spring…

posted by smcswain

The birds are singing this morning. Do you hear them? Or, are you dashing about preparing to plunge into the business of living on Monday morning?I will be, too, but the song I heard this morning stopped me right smack […]

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Real Faith…Phony Faith – So, Which is Yours?

posted by smcswain

“What’s the point of human existence?” “Why did people actually show up on earth?” “What is the point of human creation?” “What is the point of YOUR life?” These are big questions and not easily answered. Anyone who answers them […]

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Give Thanks in All Things! All Things? You’re Kidding, Right?

posted by smcswain

Saint Paul said, “In everything, give thanks” (1 Thess. 5:17). Yea right? Who does that? Give thanks for everything?  Really?  You’ve got to be kidding, Paul. Not one of your more inspiring moments, if you ask me. For pleasures? Well, […]

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Stepping into the Eternal…into Authentic Faith

posted by smcswain

All structures…foundations…all pillars of faith….in other words, all beliefs are uncertain, temporary, and they are not…I repeat…they are not the source of authentic faith… …if authentic faith is what you seek. Faith is authentic…genuine…most real…when it has nothing upon which to stand. […]

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Eternity in an Hour…On the Meaning of ‘Mindfulness’

posted by smcswain

“To see a world in a grain of sand, And a heaven in a wildflower; Hold infinity in the palm of your hand, And eternity in an hour.” — Auguries of Innocence, William Blake You are the nearest to eternity […]

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“I’m in a Hurry (and Don’t Know Why)…”

posted by smcswain

I’m in a hurry and don’t know why… I was on a flight yesterday morning from Louisville to Sarasota to visit with clients. Sitting on the plane just before takeoff, I looked out the window at the massive wing reaching […]

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What Is the Breath of Life?

posted by smcswain

In the Song of Creation, otherwise known as the Book of Genesis, the writer says of the first two mythical representatives of the human race, “And God breathed into their nostrils the breath of life and humans became living souls” (Gen. […]

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posted 8:39:49am Jul. 02, 2015 | read full post »

Hell? Are You Going There?
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posted 12:13:17pm Jun. 25, 2015 | read full post »

The Stuff I Was Raised to Believe and What I Believe Today - Part One
Like many of you reading this, I was raised to believe many religious things. Much of that stuff, however, I no longer believe today. [caption id="attachment_5527" align="alignright" width="200"] The Stuff I Was Raised to Believe...And, What ...

posted 8:31:10am Jun. 20, 2015 | read full post »

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The illusion of spiritual health and disease may actually run in both directions. There are those, for example, who regard the Church in almost any of ...

posted 1:31:53pm Jun. 06, 2015 | read full post »

Interfaith Spirituality: Interview with Author Tom Ziemann
His name is Tom Ziemann (pronounced “Zee – Man”). I’m not exactly sure when we met. I do know, however, how we met. It was on Facebook. When? Maybe a couple of years ago, but that’s about all I can say. Interfaith Spirituality When ...

posted 8:24:02pm May. 26, 2015 | read full post »

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