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Practice Re-thinking God

Sneak up on your mind, and steal a peek. How does it do God thinking? Is God a He or a She? An It? A Judge? A Coach? A Boss? A Friend? Deaf? Mute? Scary? White beard? None of these … Continue reading

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Echoes on God Thinking

What if God was one of us, just a stranger on the bus, trying to make his way home. Joan Osborne, Best Of Joan Osborne ‘My thoughts are not your thoughts. nor are your ways my ways,’ declares the LORD. … Continue reading

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Echo on Maps

The map is not the territory. Alfred Korzybski

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Maps (Stories)

Quick Look It is so hard to see that a cherished concept is an inaccurate depiction of reality. It has such power! It’s so convincing! It’s gotta be true! All my friends agree that it’s accurate! [All racism stems from … Continue reading

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Practice Re-Mapping

The next time one of your most cherished notions is challenged (they’re easy to spot: they’re squawking behind every door labeled “Upset”), try this experiment. Consider whether the notion might be fallible. Take a closer look at reality (on the … Continue reading

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