Paul writes about Love.
President Russell M. Nelson of the LDS Church shared 5 "absolute truths" a few days ago, and I comment on where I think he was right, and where I believe he was unfortunately mistaken.
Scrooge is a metaphor of the egoic mind, dismissing mystical experience as pathological.
What is Love? How do we know it? How are we One in it? The mystical experience shows us directly not only what Love is, but that we are Love.
Is there something beyond traditional moral notions of right and wrong? Is there a higher Law that transcends all other laws? Mysticism has something to say about that.
Modern physics leads to mysticism. Why? What do we find when we pull apart reality? Perhaps that we can't ultimately pull it apart.
Some thoughts on how we live in a relative world, which is an expression of a deeper divine Absolute.
Will we ever discover the absolute truth, moral or intellectual, or otherwise? Can we ever know the Absolute?
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?
God does not have to be at odds with what we learn from science. We need to reinterpret our ideas of God from direct mystical experience, and I think we'll find our science and spirituality are One.