Posts Tagged ‘logic’

A Hint About Finding Your Life Purpose

October 1, 2013
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Mike Dooley






Here’s a message I received this morning from Notes from the Universe, which are daily e-mails from Mike Dooley‘s TUT’s Adventurers Club. Dooley describes them as “short and often humorous reminders of life’s magic and your divinity.” They’re free and sent out five days a week.







Phil, here’s a hint on figuring out your life’s purpose:

It almost never lies (more…)

My New eBook: “The Logic of Living a Spiritual Life”

June 23, 2013

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My new eBook, The Logic of Living a Spiritual Life: Supporting a Life of Faith Through Logic and Reason, is now available for 99 cents on Amazon. Click here to order it.

I wrote this eBook because I’ve heard so many people claim that it’s not logical to believe in God. I think the opposite is true!






In this eBook, you’ll find answers to questions like:

• What is the cornerstone of a spiritual life, and why?
• What is the secret to liberating yourself from other people’s judgments and expectations?
• Why is there an exception to “Everything happens for a reason”?

Those who worship logic instead of God are only half right. Not only is it logical to believe in God and to live a faith-based life, the existence of a loving, benevolent God that governs all creation is perhaps the only systematic worldview that explains every aspect of life.

Not believing in God because you don’t see evidence of God’s existence when you look at the surface events of life is like not believing in (more…)

Build Your Wings on the Way Down

June 9, 2010



The more you trust in your ability to tune in to your intuitive wisdom, the easier it will be to access it. Relying on logic alone to guide your actions will take you only so far.





If we listened to our intellect, we’d never have a love affair. We’d never have a friendship. We’d never go into business, because we’d be cynical. Well, that’s nonsense. You’ve got to jump off cliffs all the time and build your wings on the way down.
Ray Bradbury

Your intellectual decisions are biased by the (more…)

Sit Down In the Fire

March 12, 2010

The step-by-step transformation from ignorance to cosmic consciousness is vividly portrayed in the blockbuster movie, The Matrix. In the beginning, Neo, the central character, is clueless that his world is an elaborate fabrication. Exposed to the truth, he continues to resist until the existence of a different reality can no longer be ignored. Over time, he wraps his mind around the concept until it is fully integrated into his consciousness. Finally, as his life hangs in the balance, he experiences an epiphany and becomes one with the cosmos.

If your knowledge of fire has been turned to certainty by words alone, then seek to be cooked by the fire itself. Don’t abide in borrowed certainty. There is no real certainty until you burn; if you wish for this, sit down in the fire.
Rumi

Neo’s journey—fictional, yes, (more…)