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Monthly Archive for November, 2010

Differing Mental States

I was invited to take photographs for a charitable event today. It was the first time I maxed out my memory card and took approximately 700 odd photographs in a span of 6 hours. I didn’t really think of taking splendid pictures, but merely just doing the little that I could offer in conjunction with […]

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Many people have this idea that forgiveness means to excuse another or oneself of an act perceived to have been wronged, unfavorable, guilty or hurtful. That, to what Gary Renard and his ascended masters, and now to me too, is an old fashioned way of forgiveness which does not work at all. This kind of […]

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Meaningless Meaningful Values

We are constantly unconsciously putting meaning and value onto the world – the external materialism and people whom we come in contact with. And the meaning we give unto them is how we experience our relationship with them. I was chatting with a loved one online today and he mentioned how he realised he is […]

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Qualifications

Today, after the free movie sharing at the centre, someone new approached me and asked what I did for a living. I told her that I was retired. She looked shocked and asked me if that was why I was conducting courses at the centre full time. I was a little surprised at her questioning […]

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Letting Go of Old Ideas

I saw watching this cartoon series with my little one of this mouse who dreams of being a ballerina. She moves into a new town and goes to a new dancing school. On her first day of class, she was thrilled as she was looking forward to perfect some new steps that she has been […]

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Pleasure and Pain

The mind is constantly in search for pleasure over pain, as if there is a preference. When there is pleasure through an experience, it will want more of it, become addicted to it and yearn for it. It will be soon when the planning, scheming and manipulation starts coming into play to prey for what […]

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The World

The world reflects my inner world. When I am sad, the world cries with me. It can be a person who appears to be sad, crying for the same reason that I am crying for or even the skies which pours down gloomily; grieving and mourning in tandem my mental state. And when I am […]

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I don’t want ‘you’ anymore because I want to Love you but I cannot want to Love you as that would mean I do not Love you   So when I begin to look within the want and don’t want is a hoax a lie I thought I had a choice when there is no […]

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Intricacy & Simplicity

My partner once shared with me a story told by our common teacher. One day a man went up to see God. After seeing God, on the way back he bumped into a very wise man. The wise man knew that he went to see God and asked him what God was doing and when […]

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From a Student to a Teacher

A teacher’s role is to share his knowledge and realisations to his student as a means to uplift the willing student and those who come to him to grow, so to welcome them into the journey. A teacher once expressed that in the spiritual journey, there is no hierarchy and is never a linear progress. […]

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