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Does God grieve over the deaths of our loved ones?

Absolutely not! We finite humans grieve from a finite or limited principle—from our own subjective viewpoint and emotional need. You see, it is we physical humans who actually suffer after the loss of a loved one, because we often acknowledge … Continue reading

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Funerals are a terrible thing to waste

When I have attended funerals I have observed that there is a common presumption by the mourners that the deceased person is now in a “better place” and is being cared for by God and heaven’s angels. Maybe yes. Maybe … Continue reading

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Fun at a funeral

In the introduction to his epic work, Beelzebub’s Tales To His Grandson (over a thousand pages), George Gurdjieff shares some lessons that helped him find true spiritual growth and genuine liberty. He recounts that as a young boy his grandmother … Continue reading

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