Monthly Archives: December 2010

Changing World, Changing Consciousness

“Until he extends his circle of compassion to include all living things, man will not himself find peace.” Albert Schweitzer  Albert Schweitzer quote Isabella Rossellini’s conversation with me, which I described in my 5th post,   demonstrated the spirit within individuals … Continue reading

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A New Year: A Budding World Consciousness

Mama Cass Elliot sang “there’s a new world coming” back in 1970. With the new year of 2011 quickly approaching, I try to look into the future and predict. What will 2011 have in store for me? Then, trying to raise … Continue reading

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Amazing Grace: God’s Gift to This Lost World

If, through the last post, you see how God’s grace has blessed my life, perhaps you also understand, especially during this Christmas season, how God’s greatest gift to  all was an amazing grace.   The Father of the Universe chose to lower himself to a human realm of consciousness and suffer within it, so … Continue reading

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Mary Elizabeth Reveals – Part Four: Grace

Four years after Tom was born and died, my first husband and I decided to end our marriage. The year was 1969. We had fallen in love when I was 18 and he was 24. I had had misgivings about marrying him because I, … Continue reading

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Mary Elizabeth Reveals – Part Three: Tom

The bleeding came back six months after I had lived in New York City. I had surgery.  The surgeon removed benign cysts from each ovary. The bleeding ceased, and within a year, I was pregnant with Tom. I carried Tom for six months and he was perfect, … Continue reading

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Mary Elizabeth Reveals – Part Two: “The By-Product”

In the above video clip, which is a scene from Ingmar Bergman’s masterful film “Wild Strawberries,” viewers can see the effects of dreams upon one’s perceptions.  Likewise, traumatic events from our past can effect our waking consciousness and, thus, our encounters with the world. When I was … Continue reading

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Mary Elizabeth Reveals – Part One

I was 13. My periods had extended for weeks on end. The bleeding had to be stopped. My parents and my pediatrician didn’t want me to have surgery. So, I was sent to a world renowned specialist in hormonal difficulties in Augusta to take pills … Continue reading

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