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This was sent to me today by an acquaintance from Australia:
I have had many vivid and memorable dreams but nothing as consistent as this.  It reflects what we have been told all along.  
On a happier note, I was never much of a church goer.  I tried a few times but could never maintain any interest.  Now I find myself reading these posts daily and I try to never miss a Lightline call, either live, streaming or listening to the recording as soon as possible.  I can only say that this forum makes a most acceptable alternative to church.

General Discussion / Dormant DNA
« on: June 17, 2020, 03:08:51 am »
An item had come up in a recent Netherlands Lightline about dormant DNA.  It was implied that some of this could be activated by conscious intent.  I understand from the Urantia Book that all future development of life on our planet was encoded in the original life plasm.  This makes it clear to me that there is no junk DNA.  It seems that the challenge for us is to activate our dormant DNA and evolve.  I will sure try.

General Discussion / B16
« on: June 07, 2020, 03:17:46 pm »
Found Bulletin 16 in my spam folder.  Just wanted to give a heads up to anyone looking for it.

Some Thoughts Muses & Meanderings / Church bells
« on: May 25, 2020, 07:35:58 pm »
As I was walking home at six this evening the old church bells started playing a beautiful melody.  As I was listening, enraptured, a truck went by.  Then a motorcycle followed by a car that definitely needs the services of a muffler shop.  I came to reflect on how the world was when those bells were first installed.  The only traffic noise one was likely to hear would be the clop, clop, clop of horses hooves.  People could hear those bells and the message of hope in the melody.  Now people are barraged with noise.  I don't just mean vibrations in the air, but also unrest in the mind.  We are so caught up in the petty things of this world and our supposed needs that we can't spare the attention to hear the music.  Perhaps it would be nice if both gasoline and gunpowder stopped working.  Just some thoughts.

I have been following this forum, and some others for several years now.  I see a problem that is common to the Christian faith.  Each group thinks it has a monopoly on the truth, but fail to realize that they are just a cog in a larger system.  We have Daniel Raphael who is concerned with sustainability issues.  We have Wivine Smetts who is concerned with bilocation.  There are undoubtedly other groups equally dedicated to the cause.  These are all elements of the correcting time, each pursuing their assigned tasks.  What is needed is coordination of these various groups.  The plethora of disagreements between members of the same faith, not to mention the disagreements between differing faiths does little to promote stability.  There is only one Father, there should only be one Mission.

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