I don’t care whether someone Believes in God, or not Whether they have faith In science or metaphysics Reason or religion Or some mish-mash of them all. What I care about is if they believe in love Have faith in themselves, and others Compassion for others, and themselves Unconditionally Un.con.di.tion.al.ly […]
Posts Tagged With ‘science’
Child of darkness ~ entering the gateway to all understanding
Darkness. One of the most compelling forces, and metaphors, we have. Darkness fascinates me. Here are a few snippets from an online conversation I participated in some time ago, beginning with a quote, then Anabele’s response to it, followed by my reply.
Reverence, Awe and the Divine Language of Science
I follow a facebook page called Kissing Fish: christianity for people who don’t like christianity. The page’s owner is a pretty spry thinker, as are many Christians — which shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone. There’s evidence enough in the discussions which accompany his posts. Kissing Fish posts frequently, […]
Bodhisattvas of Science ~ Sagan, Feynman, deGrasse Tyson & Nye sing to the rhythm of the universe
This is a clever and quite lovely mashup of science, astro-physics, meta-physics, spirituality and rhythm. A dance floor Tao of Physics. I think I’ll let these bodhisattvas of science speak for themselves…what a wonderful collection of muses, of musical musings they give us…and John Boswell, the head musician and producer […]
The Tao of Love and Light: Riffing on physics and faith
The following is a comment storm that blew out of a seemingly innocent status message I posted on Facebook. It got a few of us thinking, and I think the thinking in it, on all sides, is interesting. Note that the quote, by Stephen Edwards, is not taken from the […]
Contact: When science learns faith…
Following is some dialog from the film Contact, a film adaptation of Carl Sagan’s sci-fi novel of the same name. I had… an experience. I can’t prove it. I can’t even explain it. All I can tell you is that everything I know as a human being, everything I am […]
16 thoughts I felt compelled to write down one day in 2008.
5. Your body knows more about your spiritual well being than your mind does. Teach your mind to listen to it. ~ Some days, insight floods you. I didn't sit down to write this collection of insights, it's just what came out in response to a challenge: jot down 16 brief notes about yourself.