These days it seems like I am hearing the same record (or CD or nano ipod) play the same loop over and over. Class warfare. Racial hatred. Gender discrimination. Howard Zinn’s book being banned once again in several states, (this time at the university level.) Now, don’t get me wrong: It’s not that I think the villains are lurking around every corner.
They just found out that their BaZi “consultant” is a hack.
These days it’s tough being a recovering Catholic. Guilt is around every corner. It’s under every mess with the new kitten you have adopted into your home. This kitten, (in this case, the cat’s name is Zaz” or Zazzy- [Zaz is one of the Apache words for ‘snow‘], decides to “rebel” for obvious reasons:  want of food;  the company of other pets (especially dogs); and  the “other” older cat that lives in the house.
You can find the strangest things on the Internet.
What is your Spiritual DNA? There are many definitions that have been written, preached, sold and given to the general public over the last decade. In “essence,” (no pun intended) there are definable qualities that link the ‘Spiritual DNA’ to the 12 strands of our own genetic DNA encoding. It’s a concept that has been given a name, especially in the last five years, but it is the same concept of spiritual inheritance that is as old as the concept of a Creator.
I have been fortunate to hear and share the stories of those around me. These stories affect our lives everyday. This past week has been a reminder that people live with death everyday. The stories of this past week that were shared with me about death vary in nature and circumstance.
Have you ever had the moment in your life when you say, “I knew it in my gut,” or “I know deep down inside…” or how about “I can feel it in my bones.” Regardless of the language, culture or country of origin, every culture has expressions that talk about the body and the messages it conveys. The problem is that we do not know how right we really are.