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    Letting Go

    Yesterday I was reading from the Tao Te Ching and I came across Chapter 5.  Right now there is a lot of anger in the world, but in reading this, I found some error in my attitudes of late: The Tao doesn’t take sides; it gives birth to both good and evil. The Master doesn’t […] More

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    Hard Times

    In meditation this morning, I dwelt upon the idea of “how do we cope in times like this?” Three concepts of dealing with life’s difficulties floated up into my conscious awareness. The Parallel Path There is a path parallel to the one we are on.  The parallel path is small and thin, like a hiking […] More

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    America: Religion & Hate

    What Many Have Feared In 2016, many of us said a warning about racism in America.  Many of us warned about an increase in hate crime and racial aggression.  We were often told we were following “fake news,” or that we weren’t being logical.  I was told that the campaign of President Trump was “not […] More

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    Gifts and Attachments

    The Gift-Giver On my morning commute, I found myself remembering a volatile time in my youth.  On only two occasions in my lifetime did I have a physical altercation with my father.  The last time we were aggressive with each other, was when I was 16 years old. My father had given me a gift […] More

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    Measured Breathing

    Having not done this in some time, I found it refreshing to begin the practice again. Measured breathing (specifically the four phase or four fold breathing technique) is very helpful for relaxation and reducing anxiety – at least for me.  The practice itself is found in the cultures of India, as far as I can […] More

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