Monthly Archives: March 2011

Beethoven's Cavatina

I strongly urge you to go to¬† http://www.therememberedsong.com/ to find a beautiful playing of Beethoven’s Cavatina, from his op.130. It is on the right hand side of the page, down a little from the top. It’s also an excellent site … Continue reading

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Silence

This is a poem I wrote after listening to a trance-like Pink Floyd DVD. God is not nothing, but He is no-thing. A lack of ego allows God to shine through. Denying that we think the ego is something is … Continue reading

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Seeming death, Life, forgiveness and peace

Death doesn’t seem real on a day-to-day basis. Then, someone you know or know of, dies, and a little part of you dies too.

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Book Review: The Universe is a Dream, by Alexander Marchand

Alex Marchand has come up with a wonderful book which goes through the thought system of A Course In Miracles.

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The dragon that wasn't

This poem appears in Leaving the Desert, by Pauline Edward. In one of Ken Wapnick’s workshops, perhaps Escape from Love, there was a lady who had a dream about a dragon and being terrified.

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The second coming

This poem was originally the choice to go in Leaving the Desert, by Pauline Edward. We chose instead The dragon that wasn’t. This poem still has its merits, I think, and that’s why I include it here.

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An impression

For a long time I had a question about losing loved ones, as if God would allow anything of value to be lost. The answer came, and this poem begins with that realization. We are already joined together as One … Continue reading

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A single light

This poem may seem a little gloomy, but remember that there is no dark world in truth, and the Light of God is all there is; and what a glorious sight it is!

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A short summary of the Course

I have locked the door to Heaven’s Love.

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The stillness

There is a stillness If you listen close, you can hear it.

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