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Words will mean little now. We use them but as guides on which we do not now depend, for now we seek direct experience of truth alone.

A Course in Miracles, W-ptII.In.1:1-2

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Do we want peace, or do we want war? We can't sit on the fence anymore; Put them on a ballot, and cast a vote; We can have one, but we can't have both. Do we want to be chained, ...
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And now there's nothing here for us to see And now there's not a thing for us to see The world has vanished by a grand decree The plaintive dirges are not heard at all The sound of sighing is ...
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Once, there lived a cat and a mouse In an average suburban house The cat got his meals every day Even when his owners were away The cat had nothing to worry about But there was something that he was ...
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What are these photos doing on the wall? Does she show her parents to those who call? What is this strange music that fills the room? Has the dead singer risen from his tomb? Why are we watching, once more, ...
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This poem is a sonnet about the world and the real world, as described by the book A Course in Miracles. The ego made this world without real sense; Its goal of separation made each form, And bodies do divide ...
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This poem is in the form of a ballad. A child was born, his mother's first, Who tried each thing he could; Each thing he tasted with his mouth, And judged if it was good. A growing boy, he learned ...
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This is an acrostic poem. The Enemy Releases Restraints Once Religious Insanity Strikes Mankind. Incoherence Scrambles. Finally, One Receives God's Impartial Voice. Everything's New ...
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War is not what we need. Our pain in life comes from retaining guilt, and not reining our hate and strife. We all bleed from hot war. The form of this poem is called a trianglet. It rhymes AbcxddxcbA (where ...
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This crazy world is not worth fighting for Our struggles are rewarded with more pain Why would we want another pointless war? Our strength is slipping out an open door Disease has entered both our heart and brain This crazy ...
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El perdón: proceso sanador, herramienta terapéutica Forgiveness: A Healing Process and a Therapeutic Tool Este artículo fue escrito por Héctor Gil García, profesor de reprogramación integrativa, naturópata, terapeuta transpersonal, y autor de Te perdono, me perdono (Editorial Mandala). https://escuela-integrativa.com/ http://hectorgil.es/ ...
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This poem is based on the poem by Dylan Thomas called "Do not go gentle into that good night." His poem and mine are based on a specific form called the villanelle. The villanelle has the following structure: A1bA2 abA1 ...
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We said before that all real pleasure comes from doing God’s will. Whenever it is not done, an experience of lack results. This is because not doing the will of God is a lack of self. —A Course in Miracles: ...
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Why Do We Torture Each Other? ¿Por qué nos torturamos unos a otros? This essay was originally written in English by Alan Steinle. Este ensayo fue escrito originalmente en inglés por Alan Steinle. This essay was translated from English to ...
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The Inquisition, which began in the 1100s in Europe, was made up of organizations within the Catholic Church. The Inquisition had as its aim the repression and elimination of beliefs and religions that did not agree with Catholic beliefs and ...
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