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New"Choose Peace": A Small Miracle of Love  by Greg Mackie
In personal comments from the author of A Course in Miracles to Helen and Bill, we learn that a miracle need not be a dramatic act like healing the sick or raising the dead. While these things can happen
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NewThe Creative Impulse: What Place Does It Have in the Spiritual Life?  by Robert Perry
There is a deep-seated urge in our nature that we tend to associate more with art than spirituality: the impulse to create. This urge tends to get short shrift in spiritual circles, yet in various forms
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NewIs ecological interconnectedness really oneness?  by Greg Mackie
This question has been in my mind a lot as I've witnessed all the excitement around the movie Avatar. Personally, while I thought the movie was technically brilliant and enjoyable (though predictable) as ent
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NewCommentary on Lesson 170: There is no cruelty in God and none in me.  by Robert Perry
We have probably all had moments when we realized that something that seemed to have great power over us in fact had none. Today we can realize that in relation to our belief in attack. We can realize
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NewShould We Dispense with Beliefs?  by Robert Perry
It is a popular sentiment these days that belief is of the ego, and that we should dispense with beliefs in favor of direct experience. What does the Course have to say about this? What role does it give
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A Better Way

April/May Issue of A Better Way #140 The article in this issue is one by Greg entitled "From False Guiltlessness to True Guiltlessness: A Commentary on Helen's Concept of 'Healthy Guilt Feelings.'" In our Complete and Annotated Edition of A Course in Miracles (CE), there is a curious line that says, "The concept of healthy guilt feelings has great merit" (T-5.V.6:1). Given the Course's teaching that we are guiltless, how can guilt feelings be healthy? Greg shows that there is in fact a continuum of sorts that runs from a false, ego-based form of "guiltlessness" all the way to the true guiltlessness that the Course regards as salvation. Learning more about this continuum can give us a very practical approach to our own feelings of guilt. Click here to read this month's A Better Way.

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