Spirituality through the eyes of a Truth Seeker

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Random Thoughts
  • “There is no Truth outside of you that supersedes the Truth inside of you.”
    by Jeff Staebell, My Life Experiences
     
  • “The ego and The Divine CANNOT exist in the same space. Once you enter into one realm you immediately leave the other.”A Course in Miracles
     
  • “Your life is often involved humbling yourself, saying you were wrong, or asking for or giving forgiveness. These are some of the hardest tasks for humans to perform. Given 10,000 guns you gladly go out and start a war but forgive yourself or someone else; a momentous task!”
    by Barbara Marciniak, The Pleiadians