Author Archives: Sally McKirgan

True Righteousness – True Patriotism by Jim Hawes

TRUE RIGHTEOUSNESS (PEACEFULNESS, LOVE) AND TRUE PATRIOTISM by Jim Hawes                   Believing that one’s political views are the only correct ones is being righteous. When one feels the need to convince others that this is the only correct viewpoint is arrogance.                 Therefore, two very important questions need to be answered. What is true [...]

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Nature – by Dan Fischer

Nature!            By Dan Fischer I know the NOW is the total extent of your gifts to me NOW. The NOW is the unchangeable result of the unchangeable past. I can rejoice for what is or regret what is not. But no rejoicing will destroy what is;    no regretting will create what is not. Part [...]

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I Trust You by Jim Meissner

The “I trust you video” of Karim Sulayman by Jim Meissner Recently going around the internet is a video of an Arab-American man standing in front of the Trump International Hotel with a blindfold on and with a huge hand-written sign (google: “Karim Sulayman on vimeo”) or paste in your browser: https://vimeo.com/193125533 “Hello, my name [...]

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Creating a Peaceful World by Charles “Al” Huth

Creating a Peaceful World By Charles “Al” Huth Creating a peaceful world begins with each of us. To enhance this idea requires knowledge of one’s True Self and one’s natural contribution towards world peace. Socrates express the idea that an unexamined life is not worth living. Each of us view ourselves, community and world through [...]

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The Energy of the Election by Jim Hatton

The Energy of the Election  I think everyone can agree that the Presidential Election of 2016 was like no other. It has been debated Ad nauseam, over analyzed, over polled, and over played in the media.  Did I leave any anything out? I personally am glad it’s over.  But the unique energy behind it continues [...]

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Habitual Peace or Stillness by Jim Hawes

THE GAP: HABITUAL PEACE OR STILLNESS by Jim Hawes              William James in his essay on habits says quite correctly that our daily habits can be allies or enemies. He elaborates further and says that if we want healthy bodies; then, we must exercise regularly, and eat good, wholesome food. If we do little exercise [...]

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Halloween: Goblin or Angel by Sally McKirgan

    Our Halloween Identity: Goblin, Ghoul or Angel by Sally McKirgan  At Halloween we can have fun exploring our various inner “creature features” and play let’s pretend for one night.  any of us wonder at some point during our lives Who we really are.  Some question and search more than others and maybe that’s [...]

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The Path to Enlightenment can change your life by Jim Hatton

by Jim Hatton  As a very young man, I remember hearing about “Enlightenment”.   The Buddhists talked about the Buddha being enlightened and that that was the ultimate goal in life.  When you were enlightened you were wise, people wanted your advice, you were peaceful and did not have problems, you remembered past loves, and people [...]

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Peace, Presence and Relationship by Ed Hirsch

Peace, Presence, and the Relationship  by Ed Hirsch   If you are not at peace in your intimate relationship, then your life will not be at peace. To gain some insight here, let’s step back and consider the typical stages of intimate relationships.                 The first stage can be called falling in love, the honeymoon phase, [...]

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Inner Peace from Beyond the Grave

Inner Peace Beckons From Beyond the Grave by Janai ‘Grandma Boom’ Mestrovich      Florida captured a part of my heart during childhood when, as a family, we would drive straight through from Kansas City to Wildwood, Florida, Mom’s childhood home.  Every summer we would venture that way to see Mom’s relatives and other friends [...]

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