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DISSOLVING INTO GOODNESS

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"The Kingdom of Heaven is poured out all over the earth and men don't see it." ~Jesus, 'Gnostic Gospel of Thomas' I. The distance between heaven and earth is less than the diameter of a photon....

Self-Realisation and Communication with Self

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At any point of time we are what we are..... Physically.... mentally ( intellectually ) ..... emotionally..... spiritually...... The physical mental and emotional aspects of our Being are subject to change... are changing constantly..... There is...

Peace Chaplain

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From the Book RADICAL PEACE: People Refusing War By William T. Hathaway RADICAL PEACE, recently published by Trine Day, is a collection of reports from peace activists in the USA, Europe, Iraq, and Afghanistan. A seminarian contributed...

The Other Side is Worth the Journey

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Several people I know are facing challenging times so I decided to share some encouragement from my side of the world. I’d heard about that dark night of the soul; that time in your life when you go...

UMBILICUS: AFTER A PAINTING BY BRITT POSMER

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A net cannot catch water - the mind cannot hold who you are. When blackness murmurs with light do you need to inhale? The moon only appears to hang on a plum branch. Let your next breath be an effervescence of...

Amy Martin | Tiferet Community Featured Member

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**Editor’s Note** It is with great plea­sure that we share our newest fea­tured mem­ber of Tiferet!  You can learn more on all featured members by clicking here. If you would like to be fea­tured you...
Hune Margulies

Excerpt from Martin Buber’s Primordial Religiosity by Hune Margulies

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This essay appears in our Summer 2022 issue. Click here to read the rest of Dr. Margulies’ essay and the entire issue for free. Our gift to you. My reading of Martin Buber takes me...

Just One Thing by Rick Hanson Ph.D.

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  What do others want? The Practice: See good intentions. Why? Hustling through an airport, I stopped to buy some water. At the shop’s refrigerator, a man was bent over, loading bottles into it. I reached past him and...

Ink and Blood

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One of the tasks I set my advanced creative writing students is to have them, one student a week, find three poems to read and then unpack from whatever anthology I happen to be...

the path and the way

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The path and the way The ways the deer take are so clear and quiet feeling. That’s the way I go. I aimed for the river, Found the way, Hearing the water. Now to back track and make a path...