Part of a chapter in my book, Lost & Found Planning Change Many groups lack the foresight or level of planning required to take an organization beyond the early stages of development. For some, that’s fine; they may not need to have long-range planning. However, if an organization wants to make a real impact on … Continue reading Vision, Hope, and Leadership
The pervasive seas of collective thought that we constantly find ourselves trying to swim in, but often end up drowning out our own self-knowingness.
I never feel alone, but that doesn't stop me from missing conversations and physical interactions with friends and love ones. The time/space separation between us is one of the many illusions that we have to deal with in the third dimension (3D) world, though we can meet in the fifth dimension (5D) at any time, it's not the same.
There is no easy answer. Those in the fifth dimension are self-directed with their own moral compass. We answer to a higher purpose, a higher calling, our divine selves.
This morning I woke up to a LinkedIn post that I felt inspired to write on the death of the physical body. Here's the post by Neill Severson (in the group, Life, Meditation, Spirituality, Healing, Yoga, and Self...) WHERE do WE go after DEATH ?? Death eventually captures all of us. As far as I can … Continue reading On Reality and Death