Monthly Archives: April 2011

No Regrets

I hear various promoters of positivity urge people to make sure they have no regrets when they breathe their last. They ask us to project ourselves into the future and think about what we might regret yet still have time … Continue reading

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Life Is Our Best Asset

The economy is tough these days. Some of us are feeling a financial pinch that elicits more of a scream than a simple “ow.” We have high unemployment. More Americans are working multiple jobs to make ends meet. Graduates have … Continue reading

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Living Ageless

Another word choice for “Life Forever Now” is “Living Ageless.” The word “Ageless” adds another dimension to “Now.” Living Ageless is more of a style or a mode of thinking that is both now and timeless. To Live Ageless requires … Continue reading

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Life Strives

“I want to be thoroughly used up when I die- for the harder I work, the more I live… Life is no ‘brief candle’ to me; it is a sort of splendid torch which I have got hold of for … Continue reading

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Everything Changes

Dreams can be a way of hearing. Our inhibitions are lowered and our usual busy-ness is stilled. I have been having a number of significant dreams since my father’s passing. (Some of you can relate to having dreams of passed … Continue reading

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Lab grown organs using your own cells

Organs can be grown in the laboratory that will eliminate the need for donors. Check out the life extension article in Popular Mechanics online.

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A Life of Purpose

Wayne Dyer in his book Wisdom of the Ages quotes poet George Bernard Shaw: “This is the true joy in life: The being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one.” I couldn’t agree more. Shaw contrasts … Continue reading

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Life Forever Now Bodies

Last night’s dream involved my attempts to fit a replacement product into a container for the old product. It didn’t fit. This is an interesting metaphor for trying to fit the ideas of “Life Forever Now” into a society that … Continue reading

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A Conspiracy Against Wisdom?

For thousands of years now (with the single exception of the people mentioned in Genesis that lived hundreds of years), the average human life span has been less than forty years. Think of it. By the time we are forty, … Continue reading

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Intelligent Life?

Picture an alien spaceship hovering over Earth. One alien is instructing others on board. “They call themselves an intelligent life form but they kill each other endlessly and profit immensely from death.”

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Easter. Pagan, Christian, Resurrection or Life Forever?

The Internet can be a forum for nut-cases and intellectuals, inspiration and stuck-ness. It offers many opinions about the meaning of this and that. Today Facebook and the blogworld are vibrating to the controversy of what Easter means. Is it … Continue reading

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Easter Promise. Life Forever Now

Easter has always been a favorite day for me. Perhaps because it seems so full of hope. Perhaps because my birthday has landed three times on Easter. Perhaps because the earth energies are strong and vibrant. I remember many Easter … Continue reading

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Change is the Only Certainty

It may seem odd, but honest scientists are hard pressed to predict certainties on the horizon. They would probably all bet easily on the sun rising the next morning in the East. But they couldn’t say it is a certainty. … Continue reading

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Good Friday. What’s Good About It?

For a good thirty years, I celebrated Good Friday with a religious fervor. I kneeled down and recalled the steps taken by the man Jesus 2000 years (and quadbillions of tears) ago. I vicariously visited the mockings, the scourgings, the … Continue reading

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Life is Certain. Death is Not.

Certainty is one of those things that we often relate to death. Also taxes. My father died on April 16th, 2011, literally a few hours after the traditional tax deadline. Even if taxes are certain (which they ought not to … Continue reading

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Death is the Devil’s Domain

The book of Job is an ancient book and deals with good versus evil. Job, a good man by God’s own assertion, gets beaten to a pulp by Lucifer… with God’s permission. Job’s children die, his cattle, and finally, his … Continue reading

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Ten Days, Now I See

I sat with my Dad for nine of his last ten days. I watched him go from weak to unresponsive and unable to control his elimination to not-my-Dad. I think I am now ready to see this without the veneer … Continue reading

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