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  • The Purpose of Time The importance of time's purpose cannot be overemphasized. Our concept of what time is for, what our lives are for, and what our very being is for, needs radical realignment. If this does not change—if we continue to be guided by the ego's dark belief in our guilt, in which this world functions as a place of punishment—we will never find God, and we will never find our Self.
  • Jesus Reborn in Us Letting the Christmas season remind us, not of a birth in ancient times, but of Jesus' birth in us in this time, now.
  • Miracle Receiver Few of us are aware that this is even a Course term, but it is, and it helps reveal the essential nature of the miracle.
  • The Course and Other Paths "Should A Course in Miracles be my one and only spiritual path?" How do we answer such a question? This article wades into these delicate waters and attempts to provide help.
  • Traditional Monastic Pursuit in the Context of Contemporary Society A companion piece to the "How Can A Course in Miracles Accomplish Its purpose?" article, showing how the Course advocates the dedication and seriousness of a monk, but in the context of an ordinary, fully engaged (not isolated) lifestyle.
  • "Let Miracles Replace All Grievances": How Can We Let Go of Our Grievances and Find the Happiness Beyond Them? In this article, Greg explores the topic of grievances, drawing from the Course and relating its teaching to his own wrestling with grievances during his move to Arizona. What exactly is a grievance? What are the consequences of holding grievances? Most importantly, how can we let grievances go?
  • Let Me Behold My Savior Course students are often confused about how to forgive. Yet the Workbook offers many exercises in which we pick a person and then forgive that person. This article walks us through one of the Course's key forgiveness exercises, which is found in Workbook Lesson 78.
  • Urtext Passages Suggesting God Created the World In the early portion of the Urtext (the Course's original typescript) there are five passages which state or imply that God created the world. What do we make of these?
  • Common Fallacies about Forgiveness Because the Course defines forgiveness differently, students spend ages trying to figure out what it means by forgiveness. Along the way, they often fall into misunderstandings. This article examines seven such misunderstandings about forgiveness.
  • How Do We Forgive? A Composite Forgiveness Exercise Robert locates the pattern at the heart of six Workbook lessons aimed at helping us forgive another, and then builds a lengthy forgiveness exercise based on this pattern.

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