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Never Forget to Laugh

Never Forget to laugh is a biography of Bill Thetford written by Carol M. Howe, a close friend of the co-scribe of A Course in Miracles in his later years. It is essentially the counterpart of Kenneth Wapnick's book, Absence from Felicity: The Story of Helen Schucman and Her Scribing of A Course in Miracles, only that it focuses primarily on Bill. I knew…read more
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A Spirituality That Actually Works

Many spiritualities are out there fighting for our 'soul', telling us that their path is the only way to God. Yet, A Course in Miracles only claims to be one of the thousands of spiritualities out there, all of which leads to the same path. Arten and Pursah, ascended masters who appear to the best-selling author of Disappearance of the Universe,…read more
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Road Rage

Orginally shared on Disappearance of the Universe Yahoo! Group by Alan Dolit Several years ago while I was driving, the driver of the car behind me started beeping furiously. My first thought was that one of my brake lights was out, or else I had left the compartment door of the gas tank open. When I viewed her in the…read more
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Noni Juice

I have always felt that it is one of ACIM's greatest strength being a spirituality and a course that uses experience to help us build trust and faith while we work towards enlightenment. It isn't a spirituality that needed us to put in blind faith and wondering when God is going to answer our prayers. Since I started practicing true…read more
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The OK Person

Recently I learnt an important lesson from someone close to me. What happened was this. Whenever we go to a restaurant or movie, I would ask her if she likes the meal or the show. The answer I always get from her would be "it's okay". So out of frustration, I would question her "Why are your replies always okay?…read more
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Completing ACIM Workbook

A Course in Miracles is interesting in so many ways, one of which is its 3-in-1 Textbook, Workbook and Manual for Teacher structure. The hefty Textbook outlines the Course's metaphysics and J repeats the same points over and over again to drill them into our ever-resisting mind. The Manual for Teacher is more like an appendix which clarifies various key…read more
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What Happens After Physical Death?

©2012, Margot Krikhaar (translated by Rogier Fentener van Vlissingen) The world is not left by death but by truth,… (T-3.VII.6:11) A Course in Miracles teaches that our physical existence is an illusion, and that we are not really in a body. Therefore, in reality nothing happens at all when the body dies. Within our dream existence, however, death is an…read more