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The Innocence of a Child

The image of a newborn baby laid in a manger is a striking one. It is one of innocence. I am struck at Christmas by the innocence of Christ’s untouched young mother, the faith of the man that would become … Continue reading

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Dying to be Free

From a consciousness point of view, modern western medicine is doing humanity a great dis-service. The emphasis of the modern paradigm is to keep the body alive regardless of what issue arises. This is done in the name of care, … Continue reading

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Our little incarnations

She cried when told that we couldn’t afford to rent a violin and was sad for days. She was 5 years old. My daughter is 27 now, and from the point of view of consciousness, I knew how significant that … Continue reading

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