Tag: Acceptance

Why I am going to hell and how I feel about it. Yeah Right!

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Recently, I stumbled upon a group of people that called themselves the authentic Israelites (Black Hebrew Isrealites).

I found Freedom!

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Phroggy, Omkarradatta,

vyapari or businessman a true life story! with pain.

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they took a film vyapari or businessman in tune with jesus ministry...

but in film u have a businessmsn who enjoys life in money

Healing of the Gap...Acceptance and Forgiveness,

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I sat on a stone bench outside the living room of my son's house, one morning.

Making light of the dark

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My spiritual path is very pragmatic... very much about finding 'what works' and creating / discovering skilful approaches to life.

Hex 51

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Thus you do not completely, deeply, effortlessly accept the will of God.

— Sam Reifler, I Ching / Hex 51 / moksha

God is within everyone

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God is within everyone, but man goes out in search of Him. This is what constitutes God's Play and God's Creation.

— Sri Anandamayi Ma

Being and Becoming

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The original source of all tension is becoming.
One is always trying to be something;
no one is at ease with himself as he is.
The being is not accepted,the being is denied,
and something else is taken as an ideal to become.


No separation

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If you love the sacred and despise the ordinary, you are still bobbing in the ocean of delusion.

— Lin-Chi, The Taoist Classics

Human Emotions

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People..beat themselves up for feeling fear or anxiety or depression or anything like that. But we are human. No matter how good you are at self help, you will still feel human emotions. So the first step is full acceptance of what I'm feeling, without judgment. It will pass faster if I accept than if I judge it. Then, slowly, start looking for things that can bring peace, joy and laughter back in my life. No need to spend time figuring out what causes the fear or anxiety. Change the focus to what brings joy.

— Anita Moorjani