A Philosophy

I studied Religious Science. To me the religious part is our spiritual beliefs and the science is for us to create and conduct experiments to prove our spiritual beliefs to ourself.

Awash in thanksgiving…

I am still luxuriating in Thanksgiving mode and I love it!! Karen Drucker’s song “I am so blessed” keeps running through my head. For those of you who haven’t heard it, it’s a simple song: I am so blessed, I am so blessed. I am so grateful for all that I have. I am so blessed, I…

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I just know it…

This morning I opened my 365 Science of Mind daily book by Ernest Holmes and read: Intuition Before they call I will answer; and while they are yet speaking I will hear. Isaiah 65:24 Dr. Alexia Carrol tells us that intuition is not a product of the intellect, nor is it something that is developed in…

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Life is to be lived

One morning this week, I got up and looked at myself in the mirror. How did I get to be an older woman? I started picking on myself for not taking care of my body as I should have. Later that day, I drove to Vancouver. I marveled at the gorgeous coloring in the trees.…

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Color in my veins…

When the autumn leaves begin to fall, my desire to embody their color arises. The artists palette which appears while driving into or out of the city inspires me to pause and paint a still life within my sometimes over active mind. The landscape calls out for me to create a vivid picture of what…

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I’ve got your back…

A friend of mine in Hawai’i was relating a story to me about how her boyfriend came up behind her and said “I’ve got your back.” We both thought it was such a sweet thing to say. Then about a week later I saw some t-shirts with the same words. I wondered if this was some new slang phrase that…

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Mind your choice…literally

One of the things I’ve noticed as I talk with people is that changes are happening in many people’s lives. Some changes are manifesting painfully, and some with excitement. Each story I heard was a microcosmic view of the changes that are happening in our world. Years ago, I was sitting in a class where a question…

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Lifes garden has a tendency to grow

It isn’t always easy to see the fruits of our labor when we look at a barren tree branch in the early spring. It is hard to see the lush fruits perfectly formed waiting to be plucked and eaten. In the vast landscape of our life experience we can be similarly challenged. Our unimagined frontiers…

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A perfect roadmap to everywhere…

When you engage in conversation with your friends, or even with those new to you – and ‘life happens’ is the topic, do you notice a theme running through it? I do. The theme is most often: “How do I get there from here?” Sound familiar? Perhaps it is running loose in your mind too?…

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The path to peace lies here…

Some of us participated in the 11 Days of Forgiveness leading up to the International Day of Peace on September 21, 2006. What does forgiveness have to do with peace? If you review your own life, you know that when we are holding something against another, those thoughts become like a hamster wheel of frustration and resentment…

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A perfect future awaits

Alan Cohen wrote: “Your future isn’t what it used to be.” How true!! Every moment, indeed with every breath – every thought, we are creating a new future. Knowing this makes me realize the responsibilities and the joys of being aware of the Principles of Religious Science. I was talking to someone the other day who’s life seems…

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