Renewal and Resurrection

I don’t know about you, but I still get a lot of postal mail. In this day and age of everything coming by email, text, or Instagram, my physical mailbox is still full, and I like that.

When my son Jeffrey was young, his school’s primary fundraiser was magazine subscriptions. I’m always up for supporting kids’ causes and helping schools, so I would get and give a lot of subscriptions. As you can imagine, it had a lot to do with my fondness for mail! Since then, time has passed, and there are fewer and fewer magazines in print. I have kept some, but I was finally going to eliminate any of the remaining ones and allow the subscriptions to die out…

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God Is the Love in Which I Forgive

“God does not forgive because He has never condemned. And there must be condemnation before forgiveness is necessary.” This powerful thought begins Lesson 46 in the Workbook for Students in A Course in Miracles, and it is an important thought because it tells us something about the Course’s view of God…

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Yummy You

During the pandemic, many people turned to baking. In an article that explored this blast of baking, the common explanation for the trend was: “If I am capable of baking something, I am not powerless!”

What a wonderful awareness! In the midst of a global pandemic, people were using the tools before them to take back their power. So let’s take that impetus one step further…

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Lessons in Light Begin

As lesson 323 in A Course in Miracles says, “I gladly make the ‘sacrifice’ of fear.” If you are ready to release the sacrificing thoughts that yoke you to fear, we can use the traditional time of Lent to do just that. The Course invites us to look with a healed vision, guided by the Holy Spirit, to view the ideas of Christianity in a new light. Not one that separates us from each other but one that unites us in healing. Therefore, during this time that leads up to Easter…

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Are You Steeping?

Though the year has just begun, it is not without many challenges. We in the United States have already experienced 67 mass shootings since the first of January, with innocent children and adults marred by gun violence. The end of this month marks one year of the unprovoked Russian attack on the sovereignty of Ukraine, a war that has killed and brutalized innocent people who just wanted to live their lives as free citizens of their own country. Perhaps you have had your own physical or emotional “wars” erupt in your life. It can certainly seem as if…

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Send a Valentine’s E-card

We’ve created twelve Valentine’s Day ACIM e-cards. Each features an inspiring quotation from A Course in Miracles. Enter your friend’s name and email address, your message, then click “Send” and your card will be on its way! And best of all, the e-cards are one of our free services.

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A Miraculous Valentine’s Story

It was Valentine’s Day, and Joey was busy making Valentines for everyone in his class. His mother was happy to see her little boy so joyful, but she was worried that the other children would not remember to give a Valentine to Joey. You see, Joey was a little slower than the rest of the kids. He was often forgotten and not given much value by them, but that did not seem to stop him from getting into the spirit of Valentine’s Day. Joey was determined not to forget even one child…

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Lessons from a Leafcutter Ant

The other day, I was watching a documentary on the tropical rainforest. Out of six million square miles of tropical rainforest that once existed worldwide, only 2.4 million square miles remain. But they are still there. As you can imagine, those rainforests are not only critical to our survival as a planet, but they can teach us something about living together…

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