“If my journey from the bottom of a river to the heights of heaven revealed anything to me, it is that God is not only real and present in our world, but that He knows each one of us by name, loves each one of us as though we were the only person on Earth, and has a plan for each of us that is more significant and rewarding than anything we can dare to imagine on our own.”
— Dr. Mary Neal, 7 Lessons from Heaven
“God exists. God loves everyone unconditionally. God has a delightful sense of humor. So do the angels, guides, and spiritual beings that serve The Light. We should too. We should also lighten up and not take life so seriously. We are immortal, indestructible beings. The pursuit of money, fame, and power do not lead to happiness. Love and serve others: humans, animals, plants, everything. Remember the little things — the kind word, the understanding smile, the compassionate touch — are the big things. Small, heartfelt acts of love change lives and ripple across the universe. While there is evidence everywhere to the contrary, train your mind to look beneath the surface and see the truth: life is good; the world is a beautiful place and you, complete with your human weaknesses and shortcomings, are magnificent. You are known, loved, and cherished. You are unique, essential, and irreplaceable. You have a special role to play in the grand scheme of things. When you find and follow your unique path, which is different from everyone else’s, magic happens. No matter how many times you try and fail; no matter how far you may be from embodying your full Divine Nature, you will eventually succeed. Don’t give up. Don’t lose hope. And always remember you are never alone, even when your earthly senses tell you otherwise.”
— Universal Truths by David Sunfellow (based on the core truths championed by near-death experiences from around the world)
“It feels like we’re having a Cambrian Explosion in crypto. Just as the Cambrian period enabled the creation of a multitude of new life forms, the emergence of blockchain, cryptocurrency, and decentralization, is opening up a wide range of previously unavailable markets, as well as new ways to compete against entrenched incumbents. Sure, most of the new crypto entities coming in to being today will die out, but many of the ones that survive will be epic…”
— Lou Kerner
The Man Who Planted Trees is an allegorical tale by French author Jean Giono that was published in 1953. This post contains his story, along with many real world tree planting organizations and efforts…
Charlie Morley and lucid dreaming.
Holchain believes that it is not necessary to strip users of their privacy, autonomy, and dignity. It seeks to end the monopolistic hold of our information on centralized servers by creating a web that builds user autonomy directly into its architecture and protocols. Holochain combines some of the best of blockchains and bittorrent to power a flexible platform scalable enough to run Facebook.
A gallery of Bitcoin artwork.
A helpful summary of the causes, symptoms, and holistic treatments of kidney stones.
“Flying Boy” is an outstanding children’s book that was written by Brian McConnachie and illustrated by Jack Ziegler. No longer available in print or digital form, it is reproduced here so future generations of children and parents can enjoy its beautiful message…
Rule #1 Investing provides strategies & education designed to empower individual investors to take control of their money and transform their lives. When applied properly, these strategies have the potential to limit downside risk and create substantial investment profits.
Outstanding relationship tips from Katie & Gay Hendricks.
“After the next inevitable apocalypse, men will be desperately needed again! Oh, sure, there will be the odd gun-toting Amazonian survivalist gal, who can rustle game out of the bush and feed her flock, but most women and children will be expecting men to scrounge for food and water and to defend the home turf. Indeed, men are absolutely indispensable right now, invisible as it is to most feminists, who seem blind to the infrastructure that makes their own work lives possible. It is overwhelmingly men who do the dirty, dangerous work of building roads, pouring concrete, laying bricks, tarring roofs, hanging electric wires, excavating natural gas and sewage lines, cutting and clearing trees, and bulldozing the landscape for housing developments. It is men who heft and weld the giant steel beams that frame our office buildings, and it is men who do the hair-raising work of insetting and sealing the finely tempered plate-glass windows of skyscrapers 50 stories tall.
“Every day along the Delaware River in Philadelphia, one can watch the passage of vast oil tankers and towering cargo ships arriving from all over the world. These stately colossi are loaded, steered and off-loaded by men. The modern economy, with its vast production and distribution network, is a male epic, in which women have found a productive role — but women were not its author. Surely, modern women are strong enough now to give credit where credit is due!”
— Camille Paglia
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