Solitude

What (you might ask yourself) would a solitude be that didn’t have some greatness to it? For there is only one solitude, and it is large and not easy to bear. It comes almost all the time when you’d gladly exchange it for any togetherness, however banal and cheap; exchange it for the appearance of however strong a conformity with the ordinary, with the least worthy. But perhaps that is...

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Destiny of the Human Race

Dear loyal readers of Living the Question, it is not often that I share ideas that have a tendency to be tres “woo-woo”  (at least in my judgement, although some of you may disagree and believe me I don’t believe ‘woo-woo’ is necessarily a bad thing)  and I have shared from the channeled work of The Law of One on occasion.  This particular explanation from Aaron...

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Allow

“Now, everybody, get this: You don’t have to fight. You can allow. Allow, allow, allow. And then the transformation comes so rapidly that you don’t have to worry about it. The time you spend worrying about what will become of you if this or that happened is time that is wasted. It has never gained you anything, nor will it ever, except that you create from your worry and then you...

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