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Days of Healing Days of Joy by Earnie Larsen
“What would we think of people who threw litter on their own front lawns, poured a few cups of sugar in their gas tanks, and then splashed some catsup on their clothes before going to the big interview? Would we say that such behavior is merely foolish or downright dangerous? Would we think of these people as rational? Would rational people sabotage their own well-being, their own possibilities for the future? What would be the point of such behavior? What in the world could they be thinking? What are we thinking when we invest months of effort in our recovery only to let it dribble away? If the meetings are working for us, is it rational to stop going? If we’ve suffered for want of love, isn’t it self-defeating to stop phoning our new friends in the fellowship? Aren’t we sabotaging our own possibilities”
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Myths, Models and Paradigms by Ian G. Barbour
“Doubt frees us from illusions of having captured God in a creed; it calls into question every religious symbol.”
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Yuval Ron
“When we are attuned to our inner voice, life becomes art and art becomes life.”
Yuval Ron, Divine Attunement: Music as a Path to Wisdom

“Doubt frees us from illusions of having captured God in a creed; it calls into question every religious symbol.”
Ian G. Barbour, Myths, Models and Paradigms

“Looking for consciousness in the brain is like looking Inside a radio for the announcer.”
Nassim Haramein

Gregory A. Boyd
“We are to derive worth from God alone and to love without judgment and without conditions on the basis of the unsurpassable fullness of life we get from God. Our only job is to love, not judge.”
Gregory A. Boyd, Repenting of Religion: Turning from Judgment to the Love of God

“What would we think of people who threw litter on their own front lawns, poured a few cups of sugar in their gas tanks, and then splashed some catsup on their clothes before going to the big interview? Would we say that such behavior is merely foolish or downright dangerous? Would we think of these people as rational? Would rational people sabotage their own well-being, their own possibilities for the future? What would be the point of such behavior? What in the world could they be thinking? What are we thinking when we invest months of effort in our recovery only to let it dribble away? If the meetings are working for us, is it rational to stop going? If we’ve suffered for want of love, isn’t it self-defeating to stop phoning our new friends in the fellowship? Aren’t we sabotaging our own possibilities”
Earnie Larsen, Days of Healing Days of Joy: Daily Meditations for Adult Children

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