A Poignant Love Letter…

“You Taught Me How To Love”

Dear H,

Knowing me as you do, you’ll remember I despise love letters – so pompous and posturing – emotional blackmail invariably the aim. However, I feel I owe one to you, the love of my 30s, thanking you for the years we spent together; a letter from one no longer in love, who can now love all the stronger because of you.

Our relationship taught me how to love as an adult, and you remain the only man I have ever set up house with. People declared us opposites: introvert and extrovert, sportsman and hedonist, music lover and word obsessive.

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Forget Everything.. and Remember This…

Everything that has happened along the way – forget it…

Forget about the first love that broke your heart.

And forget about the last break too.

Forget the time a friend you thought was best pushed a knife in your back.

Forget the words and the spite that resound in your head.

Forget the trauma that injured your flesh or your bones.

Forget the rejection you felt when someone failed to recognise your value.

Forget the tears that cleansed your soul.

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“People come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime.

When you know which one it is, you will know what to do for that

When someone is in your life for a REASON, it is usually to meet a need
You have expressed.

They have come to assist you through a difficulty, to provide you with
Guidance and support,

To aid you physically, emotionally or spiritually.

They may seem like a godsend and they are…”

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Towards World Governance…

A very important article which appeared in Liberation Monde recently: “Vers une gouvernance mondiale”…


Appeal by the Collegium International, Geneva, 20th January 2014

The world faces a convergence of crises of global scale without precedent: the depletion of natural resources, biodiversity loss, financial bubbles and bank failures, the dehumanisation of the economic system, social disintegration, rising inequality and social insecurity, rising intolerance, disparagement of the political elites, famines, shortages, viral pandemics…

These developments, which have taken place in the context of an uncontrollable expansion and revolution in communications technology, are largely the results of a major crisis of thought and of sense, and of the deterioration of a matrix of fundamental values.

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“Love Is Where We Came From, Love Is Who We Are”…

An amazing article by Mastin Kipp… founder of The Daily Love:

“One of the great gifts of being human is that we have free will.

But our free will boils down to a very simple choice: we can choose to connect to Love or not.

Love is where we came from. Love is who we are and Love in all its various forms is our destiny. Like a seed, we have full potential within us; when we plant ourselves in the soil of Love and water our dreams and life with Faith, we begin to step into and realize that potential.

And just like the seed, we express in perfect time – not all at once, but over time…

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We Are All.. One…

Virtually every spiritual tradition teaches that your higher self is the presence of God within you.

When you know this power within yourself, you no longer think in terms of anything that you must have or do with reference to external needs.

In Christianity, this inner knowing is referred to in the commandment that says ‘… for behold, the kingdom of God is within you.’

In Confucianism we are told, ‘What the undeveloped man seeks is outside. What the advanced man seeks is within himself.’

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The Way Forward…

The new “religion”.. the new “faith”…


Gary Zukav’s Soul Thought… Excerpt from the 17 April 2013 Newsletter…

How To Stop The Bombing

“The great sadness that enveloped the people of Boston and the participants in the Boston Marathon is the same great sadness that envelopes people everywhere in our global village. The two bombs that exploded in Boston, USA, killed three people and injured 176; the bomb that exploded on that same day in Mogadishu, Somalia, killed twenty people and injured more; and the twenty bombs that exploded on that same day across Iraq in Baghdad, Kirkuk, Tikrit, and three other cities killed 37 people and injured 140. One week earlier a bomb that exploded in rural Afghanistan killed 5 people, and on that same day an American airstrike – another bomb – killed 10 children. All of these bombings had the same cause, created the same effect, and forced the same question upon us…”

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Celebrating Each Other…

Gary Zukav – Seat of the Soul Institute… Excerpt from the November 2012 Newsletter…


… “The deepest appreciation we have for one another is not for what we do, but that we are here together, like it or not, continually offering one another opportunities to grow spiritually. Each time we experience an attraction or repulsion, we are offered an opportunity to grow spiritually. Each time we encounter someone we love or someone we despise, we are offered an opportunity”…

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