Thoughts with Gayle: Lesson 108

I will begin my post with a few excerpts from Ken’s book which were very meaningful to me, here goes: “(4:1) Here are both giving and receiving seen as different aspects of one Thought whose truth does not depend on which is seen as first, nor which appears to be in second place.” Ken’s thoughts […] Read More

Thoughts with Mari: Lesson 107

“Can you imagine what a state of mind without illusions is?  How it would feel?  Try to remember when there was a time,–perhaps a minute, maybe even less–when nothing came to interrupt your peace; when you were certain you were loved and safe.  Then try to picture what it would be like to have that […] Read More

Thoughts with Gayle: Lesson 107

As many of you know, I flew to Philadelphia to attend a baby shower for my sister’s youngest daughter, Lindsay.  She and her husband work for Bill and me, she has now for seven years, he for about four years or so. Given Chicago’s weather on Sunday, freezing rain for several hours that turned into […] Read More

Thoughts with Deb: Lesson 106

Let me be still and listen to the truth. There is simplicity in today’s lesson. BE STILL AND LISTEN. What more could there be? How can I learn with mere words? I learn through practice and doing as Jesus suggests. I sit. I become still by going past the distractions in my mind and I […] Read More

Thoughts with Mari: Lesson 105

“My brother, peace and joy I offer you, That I may have God’s peace and joy as mine.” This sentence speaks to me of forgiveness–the letting go of the fearful past. When I offer peace and joy to one with whom I’ve had a difficult or unholy relationship, I come to understand that I receive […] Read More

Thoughts with Mari: Lesson 104

“Today we would remove all meaningless and self-made gifts which we have placed upon the holy altar where God’s gifts belong. 2 His are the gifts that are our own in truth. 3 His are the gifts that we inherited before time was, and that will still be ours when time has passed into eternity. […] Read More