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    Thank you so much for accepting my friend invitation. I hope you will be blessed should you decide to read my scribblings as I hope to learn from your thoughts. Love ya’, Steve

    Stephenway
    March 10, 2012
    11:51 PM
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    Thanks for your apt response: "In the Divine Oneness, at least in my opinion, there is no separation for there is nothing but -O-. The troucle is that language cannot convey the idea adequately." Precisely. I would perhaps only go one step further and regard the very notion of "oneness" as created and contingent. The creator of all attributes, including that of "oneness", is above all attributes. He is beyond "union", "proximity", "sameness". These are limited human ideas and experiences. Having said that, He is nothing "less" than One, but something that even the idea of "oneness" cannot adequately describe. Therefore, to claim we are one with God is anthropomorphic. To claim God is one is also anthropomorphic but a slightly less. These are very profound concepts and would require more time and space to go through in an understandable way. But it's great to bump into one with an intricate mind and a searching soul. Warmest regards, LilWabbit

    Lilwabbit
    August 4, 2011
    6:03 AM
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    hello neomonist, being an aspie i do understand what you say, but i do not feel what you say,,i do like the way you think though, if you would talk plain and straight without (verbs and nouns) the right ways,, just straight words, then i will get it ...blessings to you annie

    annie
    July 25, 2011
    4:13 PM
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    Neomonist, Thanks for the "Like." I hope all is well with you. Soultrekker

    Soultrekker
    May 17, 2011
    9:48 AM
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    thank you for your last journal post, it reminded me of my adopted dad phil rosner,,when he was 17 years old ran an underground railroad in austeria vienna,,and saved ove 100 people out of occupied nazi austeria,,,he went to jail for this for over a year and almost died,,then his father who was an american ,,, got him deployed to the usa,,then he joined the war and became sergent and led many men in ww2 in the philipenes sorry about my spelling,,,he was very good to me and died in my arms,,i loved this man very much,,,phil rosner aug 24 1915 to dec 7 2009,,,dec 7 is when pearl harbor was bombed and that is the day he passed,,he always made a statement!!!thanks annie

    annie
    May 3, 2011
    8:16 PM
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    Hope all goes well with you*** May faith be your strength and peace your refuge***

    Intubeing
    February 12, 2011
    3:09 PM
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    Thank you. It's the truth! I hope you realize that I was not directing my little rampage at you. Just had a nerve tripped that's been tripped way too many times by too many people who had no reason to judge me the way that I've been judged. Again Thanks! Love and Light, Michka

    In2thlight
    November 8, 2010
    7:02 PM
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    May 21, 2010
    1:09 PM
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    Excellent point. I agree wholeheartedly.

    Soultrekker
    May 14, 2010
    2:03 PM
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    Hello, Thank you for commenting on my journal. Sometimes I feel like I'm talking to the wind. :-) I will look into Scribd.com. Your entries and ideas here are intriguing. I look forward to reading more of them and giving them thought. Elizabeth

    Leap.of.faith
    April 29, 2010
    12:04 PM
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