Monthly Archives: July 2013

What is prayer?

A contemplation of that which is deeply hidden from the conscious: a retrieval of the intuitive and instinctive. This is a way to resolve dilemmas and return to the foundational instinctive pathway which determines all inter-relationship behaviours. Why is God … Continue reading

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What is grief?

This question arises infrequently probably because it is assumed to be an “obvious” response to certain events.   Is it obvious? I do not believe so. Those who have attempted to answer the question have not done so. Instead they have … Continue reading

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Gay marriage

This topic has pervaded society in the last few decades, reaching the levels of local and international politics, religious organizations and statutory law. It has produced wide emotional responses from populations with assertive demand, dissension, anger and more. And yet … Continue reading

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A Concept of God.

Difficulties relating to the definition and substantiation of God have beset humans from time immemorial. The need for certainty of God’s existence has troubled many, often with the consequence that the symbols easily evolve to become the object of worship. … Continue reading

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