We're All Celebrities by teZa Lord

We’re All Celebrities by teZa Lord   The Many Gifts of Covid-Time There are so many surprising things the pandemic has shown us, and continues to show us — personally, and as a united family of blended humankind. One thing it’s shown us is that the age of the celebrity is COVID dead. I’m thinking…

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Surrender by teZa Lord

Surrender by teZa Lord During a time of uncertainty (as we are in right now, waiting for the results of the presidential election in the USA, plus the continued threat of Covid-19), I put my trust in the Highest Good. So what does that mean to me? To you? This thing I call “the Highest…

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Let's Talk About Hugs

By teZa Lord Hugs and handshakes are good, and standing back is bad. Right? Not anymore. There are few absolutes in this universe beyond Change being the Name of the Game. I happen to believe that Love is also an unchanging principle of the Universe. Some call it consciousness, but I’m cool with calling this…

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Detaching From Conflict to Let Go of Wanting Our Way

Conflict by teZa Lord These days, more than usual, many of us are hoping, praying, arguing, and demanding that things go our way. But the chances of that happening are not any more than they’ve ever been which, at best, can be measured in percentages and opinion polls that may or may not be trustworthy.…

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Mindfulness Is More Than One Thinks

Mindfulness by teZa Lord Whether you’re an ordinary person or a genius, a filthy-rich executive in a major corporation or a humble organic farmer, everyone wants to be happy. The only difference between such disparate “types” of people … is the values they’ve chosen to live by. One might have the goal of achieving success…

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Are You a Racist or a Saint?

By teZa Lord   You are a racist. Either that, or you’re a saint. Admitting and then tackling the prejudices that lie deep within ourselves are important steps that each one of us must take toward our own evolution and spiritual growth. Denial of being racist equals stagnation and contributes to the racism we’re just…

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Choices by teZa Lord

  Many of us in America are discussing the angst and seemingly unfixable political divisiveness amongst us. I have a somewhat different perspective on the disturbing “how we can repair what’s been broken” subject. We Create Our Own Reality It begins with my personal story. For, you see, I am a recovering addict. Mood-changers were…

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Age of the Spirit

  Wade Davis’ article published in Rolling Stone magazine on Aug. 8 entitled “The Unraveling of America” strikes me as being an incomplete survey of the current social-political-moral situation in my homeland. Granted, Wade is a Canadian, and self-admittedly “loves America” because he’s married to an American, received his education here, and has a son-in-law…

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Dear Friend, What are YOU choosing to spend your time on these challenging days? During these pandemic times we’re in, many of us are reaching out for a human touch due to the restrictions in place, both socially and psychologically. In America we’re a Democratic nation, we have the choice of what we do with…

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