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Saturday, September 5, 2015

Sit vis Nobiscum | フォースがあなたと一緒に可能性があり | Que la Fuerza esté con Usted | May the Force be with You

     "For my ally is the Force. And a powerful ally it is. Life creates it, makes it grow. Its energy surrounds us and binds us. Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter. You must feel the Force around you. Here, between you, me, the tree, the rock, everywhere! Yes, even between the land and the ship."  

  --Master Yoda

     The great Tao flows everywhere.
All things are born from it,
yet it doesn't create them.
It pours itself into its work,
yet it makes no claim.
It nourishes infinite worlds,
yet it doesn't hold on to them.

Since it is merged with all things

and hidden in their hearts,
it can be called humble.
Since all things vanish into it
and it alone endures,
it can be called great.
It isn't aware of its greatness;
thus it is truly great.
Tao te Ching, Lao Tsu, Ch. 35 (Mitchell Translation)

     When many hundreds of people are able to say that the consciousness of the Presence of God is today the most important fact of their lives, they present a powerful reason why one should have faith.

-Alcoholics Anonymous, 51:0


     Happy Monday everyone!

     Took a desperately needed day off yesterday.

     Today has me thinking how I made the transition from faith to belief.  My story is not nearly important as yours, as your story is the font of all your personal Power.

Please take a moment and comment below and share your experience on the journey from faith to dependence.

     I am so overpaid.  Thank you for my life.

     Yours in love and service,

COG, 1st. Class.

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Welcome as a witness to a fools journey out of the darkness. I welcome all tidings - you are all my teachers on this path toward a meaningful and purposeful sobriety.

COG, 1st Cl.