I figured I'd write this blog with the purpose of trying to reach other members who are interested in this group. Hopefully I get some bites out of this....basically I am looking to get involved in activities around my area. It seems that nothing is coming up soon, but I am anxious to get started ASAP. I live in NJ (southern, near Philadelphia) and would like to work together with other like minded people. I found a group in my area in which we discuss different spiritual topics and ideas, including the CWG material.Posted February 19th, 2009 by Yak0178
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by,Bob StillwellPosted February 16th, 2009 by paths2find
I will never forget the day in the mid-1990’s when I made every person my valentine. I lived in Sausalito then, just across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. I finished reading Conversations with God book 1 and quite literally, everything changed. Prior to that time, I had seen my life one way – as a mortal human being who would do what he was going to do in a life time -- and then pass away.Posted February 13th, 2009 by Steve Farrell
As we carry out our work in the world, I love feeling the vision of the New Earth we are creating.
It starts with feeling our own spiritual energy accompanying our deep surrender into God. You can feel your heart beating with God’s heart when in this state.
Next, feel what it is like to see a room full of people expressing from this place. I’m encountering more and more small and large meetings like this. I certainly experience this at most Humanity’s Team events.Posted February 10th, 2009 by Steve Farrell
A friend recently bought me a copy of “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho. I’ve got many books on my bed-side table so while I really appreciated the gesture, I thought to myself “gosh, when am I going to find the time to read this?”
I decided to scan the beginning of the book and immediately could see why it was brought to me. “The Alchemist” describes each of us who are part of Humanity’s Team.Posted February 6th, 2009 by Steve Farrell
Several years ago, I sat with youth leaders as a young indigenous woman offered suggestions concerning our presentation to the community that evening. She suggested we “seek to express rather than impress”. This was a small but profound suggestion that I have come back to many times over the years.