Steve & Neale’s Blog
"A gift economy flourishes in Mali, Africa one of the poorest nations on Earth, in materialistic terms. Theirs is a culture of constantly giving to their neighbor, with no immediate expectation of return. Their cultural belief is that by giving, you will also be given to and be taken care of. Hoarding is frowned upon, so people avoid it.Posted août 20th, 2011 by Steve Farrell
"Look back, and thank God.
Look forward, and trust God.
Look around, and serve God.
Look within, and find God."
Author Unknown but forwarded by echildrey [at] verizon [dot] netPosted août 18th, 2011 by Steve Farrell
"When you are in divine partnership, your every action becomes sacred. You begin to infuse every particle of physical reality with divine light and love. You become a blessing to everyone and everything. You recognize and appreciate your oneness with all."
You Are The Inviter by Peggy Black and the "team"
"Thought manifests as word.
Word manifests as deed.
Deed develops into habit.
And habit hardens into character.
So watch the thought and its ways with care.
And let it spring from love
Born out of concern for all beings."
The Buddha (563?-483? B.C.E.)
Indian philosopher and founder of Buddhism
"You are both a student of life and a teacher. Both roles are in continuous motion - sometimes outside of your awareness. You learn as you experience and respond to life. You teach others through example - sometimes intentionally and other times in more subtle ways. Approach both roles with awareness and love and you become a very bright light for the world."
Selacia, The Council of 12
"Be your best by being you. Be highly effective by being
Stop wasting your effort and energy to hide who you truly
are. Your greatest value is in your own uniqueness, so let
that value freely flow from you.
There is great power in truth. In the truth of who you are
is the power to be the best you can be.
Allow the boundless energy of your authentic desires to keepPosted août 15th, 2011 by Steve Farrell
"The Big Idea is that there is only One God, and this One God does not care whether you are Catholic or Protestant, Jewish or Muslim, Hindu or Mormon, or have no religion at all.
The Big Idea is that all we have to do is love each other, and everything else in our world will take care of itself out of our willingness to act in loving ways with each other.
The Big Idea is that none of us is any better than any other of us.Posted août 13th, 2011 by Steve Farrell
The Big Idea (Part 1) "Now you must choose between little love and big love, between little life and big life, between littl
"Now you must choose between little love and big love, between little life and big life, between little God and big God, between little freedom and big freedom, between little joy and big joy, between little wisdom and big wisdom, between little world and big world.Posted août 13th, 2011 by Steve Farrell
Oneness is Not an Absence of Diversity
"Trying to create Oneness by removing one aspect of diversity is like saying you want to take blue out of the rainbow and still expecting to see Light."
Dr. Coleen Joy, South AfricaPosted août 12th, 2011 by Steve Farrell
"God indeed exists as a metaphysical entity. The scientific discoveries to find the beginning of the universe itself give proof for the existence of a higher power."
Henry F. Schaefer, Director of the Centre for Computational Quantum Chemistry, University of GeorgiaPosted août 11th, 2011 by Steve Farrell