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Namaste – the meaning.

As I see it, this is the true, or fundamental, meaning of the word and the gesture: 1. Namaste an ancient Sanskrit greeting still in everyday use in India and especially on the trail in the Nepal Himalaya. Translated roughly, it … Continue reading

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Climbing the spiritual ladder.

Following a casual conversation with me on the subject of my writings, and having been given one of my cards with the URL of the website, a lady said, ‘I will read them with an open mind.’ I observed, ‘This … Continue reading

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Communication breakdown.

The challenge of clear communication. Since it seems that the old standard of the written word, and, therefore, the spoken word, the text of books now having been widely superseded by that of texting we have a challenge to re-establish … Continue reading

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The Edgar Cayce readings.

These readings, whose source was not the mind or an intellectual one, mentioned numerous crucial facts decades before humans became aware of them and acted upon some or became aware of them through science. Examples are: the benefit of bi-carbonate … Continue reading

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Communication – language. (4)

Heard on a wildlife TV program, ‘A wart hog can run forty kilometres per hour.’ So, was she referring to endurance or speed? ☺

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Experts.

As an example: The Pope makes a pronouncement or states something important and so-called experts state, “I think he means . . .” or “He means . . . “ without having access to him or his mind. The opinion … Continue reading

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Language.

  Today I heard a TV presenter ask someone, ‘What is your decision making for doing that?’ instead of the simple and explicit, ‘Why do you do that?’ – five words instead of one! This sort of speech is now … Continue reading

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