Saturday, July 03, 2010

'it's only words…..'


"It is of little consequence where the words come from, where the thoughts originate. Whether from some ancient text imbued with divine attributions, or from some 'other-worldly' guest in our consciousness. Whether from some perceived 'spiritual presence' or from the mouth of a child.

There can be little doubting that these unspoken words of love, motivations of compassion, punctuate our lives, they are the pause between our breaths.

To cease to heed them is to cease to breathe correctly. To not take notice is to degrade our importance and role in the life of the world and humanity.

The only, yes only, thing of consequence is to give ourselves permission to not only listen to the words of one-ness lovingness – but to allow ourselves the joy of the actions motivated by those words".


All is change….

"Feeling is our connection to something greater than us"

Little Grandmother

One of her videos here

Thursday, July 01, 2010


An expert is someone who knows some of the worst mistakes that can be made in his subject and how to avoid them.

Werner Karl Heisenberg

Sunday, June 27, 2010

convoluted consciences

The Vatican has stepped up its criticism of raids by Belgian police investigating alleged child sex abuse, calling the detention of priests "serious and unbelievable".  via

Ah, so the words 'serious and unbelievable' are known to the Vat.

They are words that the rest of us know and especially those victims of abuse whose trust and faith were abused in a serious and unbelievable way.

Righteous indignation by the Vat seems a little misplaced in this scenario and, worst, the Police actions demonstrate what the majority of us know – the Vat can no longer be trusted!

Why, oh why, must they continue to resist the inevitable – better to simply co-operate fully. Nobody blames the whole Catholic Church, or any church, for the wickedness of a few. However, responsibility for the continued cover-up and abuse of power has not been accepted. The Vat is in denial.

It's inability to be fully truthful is both 'serious and unbelievable'.