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Is spiritual growth gentle or harsh?

Depends on how we approach religion. When Emanuel Swedenborg tells us that the Lord God and His angels always work gently to bend our flawed desires into something that is more, noble, this does not mean that we are separated … Continue reading

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Spiritual love kills!

Spiritual love—that is, God’s heavenly love—is not an add-on. In other words, one does not simply increase one’s kindness and utility in the world and expect to become a better (angelic) person. Here’s why: Everyone is familiar with the term … Continue reading

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A memorial to God’s unknown soldiers

Memorial Day in the United States honors those who have bravely and unselfishly given their lives to protect the freedoms of those who pursue happiness. This tribute even extends to those soldiers who have remained unidentified—called the Unknown Soldiers. I … Continue reading

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ZOMBIES

With Halloween just several days away I thought it would be appropriate to look at the phenomenon of our fascination with Zombie horror movies. Having written a screenplay myself I am well aware that the creative process often taps into … Continue reading

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