Naturally, we behave like animals. An animal lacks conviction to choose good over evil since animals don't understand the difference. We are not good, naturally. Since it is in our nature to do whatever it is our ego tells us, we are prone to make choices that suit our selfish desires instead of thinking about… Continue reading Like a True Nature’s Child, We Were Born to be Wild
The question has always been: What do I want to be when I am grown up? But, the reality is that we are already grown up. The Integral Decision In terms of moral standard: Who do we want to be? Who we want to be depends on the choices we make, which makes us who… Continue reading Nature Versus Nurture: Choosing Your Future
WE ARE however big our world is. Our understanding comes through our perception. We are only as big as what we allow ourselves to understand. God Created Man on the Sixth Day From the beginning of time we have been trying to get things right. We started out as children, and like a child who… Continue reading The Parent that the Children Rejected
Life is a journey to finding your true self that reveals a love story. The message of God is best summed up through the words, “love God and love your neighbour.” We learn to love ourselves by understanding love, which is God and that is how we truly know how to love one another. The… Continue reading Our Divine Purpose: Who Are We?
The Price of Sin Today we discuss the high standards expected from us as believers and what it means for us when we sin. Time is made for man to learn. We learn through the process of making mistakes like children do -- We learn from our mistakes. We are not perfect, but we are… Continue reading [PODCAST] The High Standards of God
The Fall: Adam and Eve In the beginning, two people lived together perfectly in a perfect garden. From a young age, as if like a brother and a sister they eventually fell passionately in love. Their love for one another was right and true, but it still being only the sixth day, in their combined… Continue reading Who is Righteous? 🤷♀️ A Question for all of us.
I enjoy hearing perspectives from every angle. It is my thought that there is no one true religion, but that all religions can reveal a different side of the true face of God. My blog post: The Two Trees explains this concept by relating to the idea that we were all made by one. Those… Continue reading A Conversation with Islam