Category Archives: Beliefs

Believing is seeing and seeing is doing.

THE PLEASURE IS IN THE PROCESS

 Happiness Is In The Seeking  What we are seeking so frantically elsewhere may turn out to be the horse we have been riding all along.  Harvey Cox What we are seeking so frantically seems to be happiness. The purpose of our … Continue reading

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OH TO BE HUMAN

Sharing Human Nature’s Trait Of Subjectivity  The word human is often used as a synonym for mortal, fallible, faulty.                                                                         Matthew Hutson When someone is wrong or makes a mistake, others say, “Oh he/she is just being human. … Continue reading

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FAILING TO NOTICE      

                                           That You Fail To Notice The range of what we think and do is limited by what we fail … Continue reading

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MAKE BELIEVE

Again And Again  We are living in a world of make believe, that is, we make what we believe. To make something different, we must believe something different.                                                                                         Steve Bhaerman To make is to cause to exist; to create; to … Continue reading

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INTERCONNECTEDNESS IS UNKNOWABLE

And Wonderful     You think because you understand one you must understand two because one and one makes two. But you must also understand and, Sufi saying. Consider this: Everything is interconnected to everything else in an unbroken wholeness. What … Continue reading

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 Science and Religion as Worldviews

My Beliefs  This blog is about science and religion, not science vs. religion. It is about my beliefs of science and religion as worldviews. Remember my blogs have been promoting a collective worldview that is open and inclusive in order … Continue reading

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THAT’S MY OPINION

What’s Yours? Seek first to understand, then to be understood.  Stephen Covey Most of us are ready to tell others what we think, but slow to find out what others think. Stephen Covey’s famous quote above (1989) attacks the human … Continue reading

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