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Welcome to my blog, a quasi-weekly column on topics and issues that have my attention, or that are intended to inform or inspire--including the following reminder:

"Realize why you're here, and be about it!"




How the Universe loves us
02/20/2013

In indigenous cosmology, the Universe is alive: imbued with the sacred, animated by God—who loves her creation, as she loves herself.

Since the Universe is made of God and since God loves God, it follows that the Universe loves us. 

But my mind rejects that thought.

Why?

How can I accept that GOD loves us, loves her creation, but not that the Universe, or even the planetary portion of it—that Gaia—does?



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The unified field, revisited
02/06/2013

I read in the February issue of The Sun an interview with Rupert Sheldrake, a naturalist with a PhD in biochemistry and a prize in botany from Cambridge University, who has spent his whole life in prestigious scientific positions...fellowships at Harvard and Cambridge, director of studies in biochemistry and cell biology...and has rejected much of that science.

But that's the good news.




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