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Eve out of the Garden
Eve out of the Garden

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Sarah and Abraham created a perfect balance of the divine masculine and feminine. We often overlook their experiences — perhaps due to losses in ancient records and alterations of texts. There seems to have been no women scribes and patriarchy was the…

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I thought the color red was supposed to make you angry. Yet it’s a predominate color for Valentine’s Day. And Pink. Red is associated with energy, strength, power, and danger. But it also symbolizes passion, love, and desire. The color red increases your…

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I started reading a book on Temple Mysticism by Margaret Barker, wherein she writes that the Kingdom of God was considered to be the Holy of Holies (p., Temple Mysticism.) I found this interesting since there is often confusion about what is the Kingdom…

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If you like studying Isaiah with Hebrew scholar, Avraham Gileadi, the Isaiah Institute has two newly released (free) videos of his talks he gave at the South Towne Exposition Center on October 9 & 10, 2015:  “Mission of the Servant and the 144,000” …

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There are several reasons why it is hard for people to hear new information and be open to a new idea or way of thinking. In the book Creativity Inc, Ed Catmull explains how the brain fills in what it expects to see. They had made their first computer…

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I’m all about that word “survival” even though it brings to mind everything connected with “disaster” — yea, not something we really see in our current civilization in the U.S. But history is awash with it for sure. And it seems to be a popular topic for…

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1861 1890 1911 (for the woman who juggles more than one heart?)  1914      1914   Cupid — “I’m doing the best I can, old man, but if I make one hit in twenty, these days, I’m lucky.   1914  

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I found a great recording of the Bible read by David Suchet. He’s the actor who plays Agatha Christie’s Poirot. His voice and reading of the New International Version (NIV) of the Bible is my favorite. I’ve been trying to find an audible version of the…
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