Special Love or Real Love

The ideas in this essay are abstract, but the truth is abstract because it applies to everyone. Statements about specific details are not important. What is important is finding the truth that can solve all of our problems at the same time. All of the world’s problems came from our feelings of guilt. Actually, the whole visible world was produced […]

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A Myth of Eternity and the World

Imagine this: There is a small point of light. You are that light. The light that is you begins to expand and grow brighter and brighter. You are light, love, joy, and knowledge. These attributes are you and you are all of them. In your light, your knowledge is complete. You know everything there is to know. In your love, […]

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Freedom, Fear, and a Dog Named Happy

When I was a child, my family had a pet dog named Happy. This dog mostly stayed in the backyard. Like most other dogs, she would bark at strangers and cats that she could see walking around outside the yard. On a rare occasion, we would put our dog on a leash and let her go for a walk in […]

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The Only Thing We Need To Learn

The only thing we really need to learn is what we are. What we are cannot really be described in words but, to put it simply, we are unlimited spirits of love. All our fear comes from believing we are something else. We currently believe that we are bodies, and we believe that our bodies are always subject to many […]

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Lucky or Blessed?

Recently, I had a conversation with a Chinese friend of mine. She said that she sees some things as being lucky and some things as being unlucky. Specifically, there are some things about her name that she doesn’t like. In China, one’s name has a specific meaning, and Chinese parents usually try to choose a favorable name for their child. […]

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The Fear of Love

Recently, I was discussing with someone whether we will have bodies after we die. His opinion was that we will have bodies. He thought our bodies would keep us from “freaking out” or from becoming extremely uncomfortable. He thought that our bodies would help us retain our individual identities. A few days ago, a friend told me that he thought […]

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Selfishness: Cause, Consequence, and Cure

In the world there are natural consequences of our actions. In truth, we receive what we give. When we forgive “others” we forgive ourselves. When we condemn “others” we condemn ourselves. I put “others” in quotation marks because the idea of the existence of beings completely distinct from ourselves is misleading. We are all united by God. To use an […]

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Why Delay?

This poem discusses how the body, which is not our true home, was made to keep us apart and to limit love. Why postpone and delay Your body’s final day? Why delay and postpone Your spirit’s return home? You will not be happy alone In this body you call your home You will not know the joy of union While […]

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