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A Visit to Cairo's City of the Dead

Cairo’s infamous “City of the Dead” is a centuries old cemetery that has become home to as many as a million Egyptians during the last decades. The buildings in the cemetery are like full-blown houses and the cemetery has long had mosques, school and markets. “The historic belief in Egypt is that the cemeteries are an active part of the community and not exclusively for the dead. Egyptians have not so much thought of cemeteries as a place of the dead, but rather a place where life… Continue

Added by Greg Roach on December 10, 2009 at 5:29pm — No Comments

Paulo Coelho's Statutes For Life

Here’s another great little treasure from the immensely talented Paulo Coelho, that he’s made freely available to everyone. It’s called “Statutes for Life."… Continue

Added by Greg Roach on June 12, 2009 at 8:51pm — 2 Comments

The Essence of Forgiveness: A Remarkable Encounter in Heathrow

Easter is not complete without loving the one who made it possible—Judas. Forgiveness becomes possible when we transcend appearances and realize that those people who represent the Judases in our lives and those qualities within ourselves that seem to have betrayed us have been the divine process growing us into Christs. It’s all Love.

-Walter Starcke

In the first few years after the 9-11 attacks, I found myself traveling very extensively to Europe and parts of the Middle… Continue

Added by Greg Roach on May 31, 2009 at 8:01pm — No Comments


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