Does morality change with each culture, community, time, place, and situation? Or does it remain fixed for all eternity? Do I have a "bad dog"?
I have created a remix of the beautiful painting by Thomas Blackshear called Forgiven. It speaks for itself.
Is the body an essential part of our true Self? Or is it like a temporary temple for the Divine to live?
In the debate between science (or materialism) and spirituality, there are few who embrace both sides of the coin, who can see that they are One.
My ideas about the Divine have shifted in recent years as my spiritual practice has deepened. Here are some thoughts about how I currently interpret "God."
Eckhart Tolle says that if we feel like dying, we might allow our self to die, by surrendering that "ego" of our mind to reality as it is. Such surrender is found in all the world's religions and mystical traditions, including Christianity.
We often think that Jesus was the "only begotten," but was he the only one that God begat? What else was "born" from that divine Source?
Many people don't like the way that HBO's television drama Game of Thrones is turning out. Is there a deeper moral here?
Do mystics withdraw from all community to a solitary and independent life, or do they find deep oneness in community? What kind of community?
Did Jesus come back from the dead, or should we look deeper for the truth of resurrection?