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    LATE HAVE I LOVE YOU

    Late have I loved You
    Beauty so ancient
    So new
    Late have I loved You

    You were within me, but I was outside You
    It was there that I searched for You
    It was there that I searched for You
    Late have I loved You
    Beauty so ancient, so new
    Late have I loved You

    You were here with me
    But I was not with You
    It was there that You found me
    It was there that You found me
    You called and You shouted
    You broke through my deafness
    You flashed and you shone
    Dispelled all my blindness
    Y...

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      LATE HAVE I LOVED YOU

      Today, the 28th of August, marks the feast of Saint Augustine. In honor of the occasion, here’s a short excerpt by the saint from Hippo. Notice how Augustine uses all five senses in that sentence: hearing, sight, smell, taste, touch. All the senses aspire to God, everything in us reaches upwards, our whole being is a longing for God. And conversely, if we were truly seeking God we would be alive in all our senses. Many of us often go through our days half dead: sleepy, ...

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        Grateful for this moment in Perfection....
        Grateful for all blessings ....
        Grateful for Being here Now , breathing , in Perfect health , in this plane in this moment
        Grateful for the Truth
        Grateful for family , friends 💙🐱💙🐱💙🐱💙🐱💙
        Seeing the Truth beyond apperances and appreciating the Goodness in everything....
        Healing , accepting , trusting , non judging ...
        IN TRUTH , IN LOVE , IN PEACE , IN LIGHT , IN ABUNDANCE , IN JOY , IN GOD
        BLESSED BE ....
        OM NAMAH SHIVAYA
        SATNAAM

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          Week 17-18 & THEMES OF SPIRITUAL SEARCH Days 83-97 ✣ Heart coherence & new intelligence - Yes! ✣ The experience of deep understanding ✣ Synchronistic and meaningful ripples in ordinary life ✣ Flow & fear of flying

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          I started a spiritual journey into myself, in finding genuine inspiration and joy to make personal, local and therefore being part of making global change, possible. My purpose is to facilitate our awareness into having clean&free zero-point energy, foo...

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            A HANDFUL OF POEMS

            Dom Hélder Câmara (February 7, 1909 – August 27, 1999) was a Brazilian Roman Catholic Archbishop. He was the Archbishop of Olinda and Recife, serving from 1964 to 1985. He was an advocate of liberation theology, remembered for his social and political work for the poor and for Human Rights and democracy during the military regime in Brazil.

            Amongst his greatest work, however, were his poems in which he expressed his deeper life before God. He wrote more than seven tho...

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              DOM HELDER

              Dom Hélder Pessoa Camara, popularly known as Dom Helder, was born on February 7, 1909 and died on August 27, 1999. Today marks the anniversary if his death. He was the Archbishop of Olinda and Recife, serving from 1964 to 1985, during the military regime of the country. He was one of the most distinguished Catholic clergymen of the twentieth century.

              Dom Hélder is perhaps most famous for one statement he made that got to the heart of the political and religious hypocrisy of his...

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                ST. AUGUSTINE AND MONICA

                Here’s a classic poem, a sonnet by Charles Tennyson Turner (1808-1879) paired with a vibrant portrait of Saint Monica by Miguel Martinez, from Taos, New Mexico. Let the few words, the colours and your memories of Monica and Augustine playfully interweave. When Monica’s young son had felt her kiss -

                Her weeping kiss - for years, her sorrow flowed
                At last into his wilful blood; he owed
                To her his after-life of truth and bliss:
                And her own joy, what words, what though...

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