Inspiration
America’s Ambassador of Goodwill

America’s Ambassador of Goodwill

By Emily Pierro

Are you familiar with Will Rogers? Perhaps many of you reading this article will answer, no. Allow me to introduce you to a true American legend, William Penn Adair Rogers. Known as Will Rogers, he spent his entire life sprinkling mirth, humor and laughter to millions of people here at home in America and all over the world.

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From Cowboy Boots to Flip Flops

From Cowboy Boots to Flip Flops

By Carol Brenner

Going from Montana’s Big Sky Country with mountains rising to nearly 13,000 feet and a population of not much more than one million to a state lying at sea level with a population of 21.5 million began as an adventurous road trip.

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Dear God, I Have Something to Ask

Dear God, I Have Something to Ask

By Heidi Fuentes

God permeates us with His Light all the time, 24/7, perennially since the beginning of our existence in the matter universe.  We have used this Light for the good, but also for the bad; hence here we are still experiencing life’s continuum. In our path of initiation we must also reach out to God through our Higher Self and ask for His guidance.

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Reclaiming Your Divinity

Reclaiming Your Divinity

By Joy Rulewski

I am so delighted to share with you the news of a wonderful victory. By God’s grace, after two-and-a-half years, I have finally finished my first book. So I hope you’ll indulge me for sharing my joy with you, my beloved fellow writers for the masters. Hopefully, in some small way, it would inspire someone to finish or start their book!

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Morya Woke Me Up!

Morya Woke Me Up!

By Marshall Haley

In August 1973 I made one of my frequent visits to the University Book Store in the University District of Seattle, Washington. A book—Secret of the Andes by Brother Philip—seemed to jump out at me as I searched the occult section for deeper meaning

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Using The Rich Verse of Shakespeare to Help Autistic Children Connect

Using The Rich Verse of Shakespeare to Help Autistic Children Connect

by Carol Brenner

At first glance you might think Shakespeare has little to offer a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). However, children with ASD struggle to express feelings, make eye contact and move their bodies through space with confidence. Often, they fall into rigid behavior patterns simply to survive and make sense of their topsy turvy world.

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Claim Your Apostleship

Claim Your Apostleship

by Heidi Fuentes

We start a new year with new resolutions and hopes to be better and to achieve our goals.  Building on this, we must also take some time to think how we want to continue on the spiritual growth we started last year.  In my last article, “The Higher You”, we explored the three steps to connect to our Higher Self and how “service” is important.  Service to others becomes a means to self-discovery, finding our life reason, our dharma.

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The Ladder of Love

The Ladder of Love

by Anne Hall-Bowden

Taking reservations on going to heaven.
Is there a bridge and instructions on getting there?
I have just lost my best team player with the recent, unanticipated passing of my beloved husband, Michael. It has made me take a microscopic lens to everything I say, think and do. When you lose a loved one, particularly someone whom you have lived, worked and prayed with daily, one deeply questions what you have to show for your sojourn on earth. Is there a passport or something to get through those pearly gates?

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Bringing Into The Light to Real You

Bringing Into The Light to Real You

By Heidi Fuentes

At some point in your life, you may have asked yourself: Am I my body? Am I my mind? Am I my soul?  While the answer may be yes to all these questions, deep down, if you are a seeker, you know the answers are incomplete. You may ponder which part of you was the one created in God’s image. 

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