Susan Murray    
picture24 Aug 2004 @ 15:35
These are lyrics to a song by Don Eaton that I have just read in the latest book by Neale Donald Walsch, Tomorrow's God. Their message resonates totally with my Inner Being.  More >

 The parable of The Little Soul and the Sun
picture20 Aug 2004 @ 14:03
I wanted to share this wonderful little parable with you, written by Neale Donald Walsch in his Conversation With God book 1.

It conveys so beautifully and simply why we exist and why the world is as it is.  More >

 Happy Ever After
picture24 Jul 2004 @ 14:14
Dreams do come true if you wish hard enough.
Prayers are always answered with love.
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 A Story of Divine Intervention
picture22 Jul 2004 @ 07:38
"God moves in mysterious ways, his wonders to perform" - many wonders have been performed in my life and this is just one of them.  More >

 The Second Coming
picture21 Jul 2004 @ 10:43
One book that is very close to my heart is Son of Man by Andrew Harvey. The following is an excerpt from the beginning of the book, called "A Vision" and closely resembles how I feel within mySelf.  More >

This little parable is from Conversation With God book 1 by Neale Donald Walsch.

I wish to share it with you as it is such a beautiful explanation of why we exist.


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    There was once a soul who knew itself to be the light. This was a new soul, and so, anxious for experience. "I am the light," it said. I am the light." Yet all the knowing of it and all the saying of it could not substitute for the experience of it. And in the realm from which this soul emerged, there was nothing BUT the light. EVERY soul was grand, every soul was magnificent, and every soul shone with the brilliance of My awesome light. And so the little soul in question was as a candle in the sun. In the midst of the grandest light -of which it was a part - it could not see itself, nor experience itself as Who and What it Really Is.

    Now it came to pass that this soul yearned and yearned to know itself. And so great was its yearning that I one day said, "Do you know, Little One, what you must do to satisfy this yearning of yours?"

    "Oh, what, God? What? I'll do ANYTHING!" The little soul said.

    "You must separate yourself from the rest of us," I answered, "and then you must call upon yourself the darkness."

    "What is the darkness, o Holy One?" the little soul asked.

    "That which you are not," I replied, and the soul understood.

    And so this the little soul did, removing itself from the All, yea, going even unto another realm. And in this realm the soul had the power to call into its experience all sorts of darkness. And this it did.

    Yet in the midst of all the darkness did it cry out, "Father, Father, why hast Thou forsaken me?" Even as have you in your blackest times. Yet I have never forsaken you, but stand by you always, ready to remind you of Who You Really Are; ready, always, ready, to call you home.

    Therefore, be a light unto the darkness, and curse it not.

    And forget not Who You Are in the moment of your encirclement by that which you are not. But do you praise to the creation, even as you seek to change it.

    And know that what you do in the time of your greatest trial can be your greatest triumph. For the experience you create is a statement of Who You Are - and Who You Want To Be.


    Neale wrote this as a children's story. How wonderful it would be if this was taught to all children in homes and schools, so we can make children understand the true wonder of themselves - how magnificent they are and how much God loves them unconditionally.

    Oh what dreams may come ...................