Beauty and Ecumenicism

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

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Thus one who truly loves will let all things and thoughts go free and hope to sharerepparttar beauty of 'what is'. The Cathars had great 'brothers' inrepparttar 140274 Sufis who few people inrepparttar 140275 world are ready to acceptrepparttar 140276 wisdom of in that war-torn realm of misogyny we callrepparttar 140277 Middle East. In my limited appreciation forrepparttar 140278 beauty of Jesus I see him beingrepparttar 140279 kind of person who learned and changed throughout each day and therefore allrepparttar 140280 time he spent on earth. Each moment is a 'Zen' opportunity forrepparttar 140281 'greater good'. But how many of our ways of organizing social behavior really wish good for each individual? There is no beauty in more of any THING; rather beauty exists inrepparttar 140282 fullness of each and EVERY thing. Oh yes,repparttar 140283 turn of phrases and eloquence that waxes and wanes poetic can be a joy which inrepparttar 140284 crevices of thought are beauty-full but are they really beauty when they seek to arrange MORE forrepparttar 140285 politician and his cronies or platform? Alexander is saidrepparttar 140286 first to have declared himself Divine while alive. We are in truth, all Divine. It is a divine comedy to be sure, this thing we call life.

Author of Diverse Druids Columnist for The ES Press Magazine guest 'expert'


Written by Irvin L. Rozier

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touched one, and it turned to ashes. I then heard God speak; he asked me "Son of man, can these bones live?" I then woke up, andrepparttar Lord had me read Ezekiel Chapter 37.

Irvin aka walkin2e

Author of My Walk with the Lord,, preacher, retired military

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