Monthly Archives: September 2013

Travelling on the road

Question of the Day ~September 29, 2013~ Traveling on the Road What is the best thing about traveling on the road for you? I love the journey, the driving, the merging with the vehicle, becoming one with the car and … Continue reading

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Love beliefs

Question of the Day ~September 28, 2013~ Love Beliefs What do you believe about love? What does it mean to love someone? What does love mean to you? Like all the answers above. It seems to me that love is … Continue reading

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God Debate

Question of the Day ~September 26, 2013~ The God Debate I came across this and thought, we haven’t had a good God versus Atheist debate for hours. It seems clear to me how the idea of god evolved. When no … Continue reading

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Authentic Self

Question of the Day ~September 25, 2013~ Authentic Self Do you allow your genuine and authentic self to shine through ? Do you hide aspects of your intimate persona from other people ? Do you fear the public awareness of … Continue reading

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Signs

Here’s Your Sign! What was the last sign you received? Interesting. It seems that reality presents to our senses many millions of times more information than we are consciously capable of perceiving. Our brains have many different subconscious mechanisms for … Continue reading

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Self Delusions

Question of the Day ~September 24, 2013~ Self Delusions Hindus say that Maya cast a spell of “Illusion”, upon this world, and that We “Live in this Illusion”, but that We can dispel the Illusion, and become “Oneness”. From what … Continue reading

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Lose Parents

Question of the Day ~September 24, 2013~ Lose Parents “To lose one parent may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness.” – Oscar Wilde Becoming an orphan (at 57 years of age) has left me feeling … Continue reading

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