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Why do many guides, experts and leaders have failed personal lives?

One of the things that often happen to people that experience failed personal lives is that they decide to become experts in helping others. While it is good to “get outside of oneself to find happiness through serving others,” I … Continue reading

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A rare awakening

Over the past weekend, my wife volunteered to prepare a Sunday Supper at an Orthodox Christian Church in honor of a co-worker who recently died of cancer. This was a service project her friend’s church participated in regularly and was … Continue reading

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Is it easy to get to heaven?

Emanuel Swedenborg, whose theology I fully embrace, makes the claim in his book Heaven and Hell that living a heaven-bound life is not as hard as people believe. However, this statement was made for those who falsely believe that one … Continue reading

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Where is information taking us?

That depends on what information we find valuable and eagerly seek. In other words, all knowledge leads to love. Why? We seek the information that most promotes our heart’s desires. (This is a psychological detail that usually escapes our cognition). … Continue reading

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The difference between “facts” and “truth”

Facts and truth both represent information. But there is a big difference between these two types of verifiably “correct” data. Facts represent dead data while truth is information that is spiritual or living. This is why factual data is often … Continue reading

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