Wednesday, December 3, 2008

To Those With Eyes To See

For humanity, the notion of its fondest
desires reaching their climax in heaven
must be supplanted by a sense of wonder
of all that surrounds us in this world
and which reveals the nature of Divinity
to those who have eyes to see.

Triangles Bulletin, March 2008

Of Note: One has only to look at a sunset to understand God. Paradoxically, one has only to look at the destruction of an earthquake to understand God as well. Both can be viewed with a sense of wonder at all that surrounds us in this world. Building up and tearing down--two fundamental forces of the All in All--create the necessary balance that drives the evolution of consciousness forward. The eyes to see the true nature of Divinity begin to function only slowly but when they do, all is revealed to a sometimes astonished onlooker: "The mud and slime of this world then become 'celestially fair,' yielding their hidden potential." Check out and click on "Triangles" to read the March bulletin and in particular "The Art of Reverence" from whence this quote came. You may get so engrossed you may not leave this splendid Website for awhile.

Today's Weather Report: Mostly cloudy with the sun peeking through occasionally, but not enough for a person to get accustomed to. It's December now so sunny days should be more prolific, or at least that's what they say. The temps are in the high single digits. Burr! Marie, who took this fabulous shot last week, doesn't have to worry about such things in Texas, though it was chilly there the other day as well. The weather station had Dallas at 38 degrees.

Watch For Change Snippet: 100 corporate CEO's have made an extraordinary commitment. In a full page ad Monday in the Wall Street Journal, these men and women vowed to fight HIV/AIDS discrimination in their workplaces. Make that "our" workplaces because the corporations span the spectrum of global companies, including Dell, Johnson and Johnson, Gap, Unilever, Rio Tinto, Reuters, AstraZeneca and 93 more. These CEOS are members of the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. We are all invited to join their efforts to stop the stigma associated with these dreaded diseases because it stops those afflicted from getting tested and treated. Check out for more information on this groundbreaking advance in corporate cooperation and service to the common good.

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