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The evolution of God is one of THE biggest ideas of all. The way people have experienced God has always changed. One of the biggest changes was the move from pagan (fancy word for “earth based”) deities to transcendent (fancy word for “beyond the earth”)  deity(ies). Think about the history of God using the analogy […]

Searching for God

May 24th, 2012
I once asked a group of people to point to God. Arms shot out all over the place. It was like Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man, a sacred geometry of pointed arms. Some pointed up. Some out the window. Some pointed to people near them. Some swirled their hands around like flowing energy. Many pointed back […]
Two men were sharing a hospital room. Both of them were very sick and confined to bed. One lay near the window and the other was away from the window. They struck up a friendship and talked for hours on end. The man near the window described the scene out of the window in great […]

In the Field Beyond Labels

November 1st, 2011
One of my favorite scenes in the cult movie The Blues Brothers is when Jake and Elwood and the band impersonate The Good Ole Boys at an out of the way bar called Bob’s Country Bunker. They look around suspiciously and ask the owner what sort of music they usually have. She says, “Oh, we […]
This is the third article in a series on responsibility. First I looked at the personal and relational issues around responsibility, where each individual owns their choices, responses and feelings. It’s summarized well by the Fritz Perls statement, I do my thing and you do your thing. I am not in this world to live […]

Fun and Perspective

September 2nd, 2011
Fun is important, and not just to kids and comedians. It’s important for all people and all species. Animals get this.  Magpies wrestle, foxes jump on trampolines and elk frolic in puddles. Bears charge rivers, monkeys somersault down hills, and elephants doodle with sticks in the earth. Fun even crosses species lines. Polar bears horse […]

The Whole and Its Parts

August 31st, 2011
A physicist, biologist and a chemist visit the ocean for the first time in their lives. The physicist sees the ocean and is fascinated by the waves. He decides to do some research on the fluid dynamics of the waves and walks into the ocean, never to be seen again. The biologist decides to research […]

The Big Bang.

March 28th, 2011
Most of you haven’t seen me in the morning, for those of you who have, I apologise. I’m one of those people who would happily grunt till midday. As one might say I’m not really a “morning person”. No; my sunny disposition doesn’t kick in till much later. So with my big old bead-head, sleep […]

Inclusive Spirituality

March 15th, 2011
It happened once again. I was asked to take a funeral in a tragic situation. The family described their dear departed as intelligent, philosophical, very musical AND particularly emphasized that he was spiritual but not religious. I feel right at home in that setting and have strong intuition about what people mean when they use the phrase. I […]
Most of us aspire to be awesome friends, family and community members, but in reality a tiny little word with a massively sinister plot gets in the way – “ego”. Ego tries to convince you that you can get by just fine by yourself. Take care of yourself because you are the only person you […]

Heaven in a Puzzle

September 1st, 2010
Nothing more sobering than the earnest question of a 9 year old. “Where’s heaven”? He asked as I put together a “Fancy Nancy” puzzle on the floor with his 6 year old sister. A quick change of mindset was needed from finding the missing corner piece to finding the meaning of life. (Parenting in a […]