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Alaniya Patton
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  • Eugene, OR
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I'm a classical homeopath with a private practice in Oregon. In my "spare time" i write and paint. My website is

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At 1:26pm on March 21, 2011, Lorenzo Abbiati said…
  you say:

Love Thy Enemy (unconditionally)

Fear drives people to many actions that are seemingly irrational. One thing that has come into my field of experience is that when fear dims one's light, the light of someone centered in love may become too strong for them to feel comfortable in that environment.


sorry I can't understand but i would be grateful if you could explain to me this keypoint because I am involved in a kind of similar situation.....

thank you.

At 6:33am on October 5, 2009, Ymani Simmons said…
Thanks for the welcome, Claudia! It's good to be here.
At 5:44pm on October 4, 2009, Ron Tocknell said…
Thank you for joining the gallery group, Claudia. I look forward to seeing your paintings in there.
At 1:25pm on July 30, 2009, Jeanne said…
Hello Claudia, Stopping by to say thank-you for the friendship invitation and for starting the Montessori group. Metta, Jeanne
At 8:58am on July 28, 2009, Alaniya Patton said…
Found this very fitting channel... do read it folks, for it speaks of things that have been in my head and heart for a long time already...
At 5:56am on July 24, 2009, The Ancient One said…
Taken from Everyday Zen by Charlotte Joko Beck

A man was sitting on his roof because a tidal wave was sweeping through his village. The water was well up to the roof when along came a rescue team in a boat. They tried hard to reach him and finally when they did, they shouted, "Well, come on! Get into the boat!" And he said, "No, no. God will save me." So the water rose higher and higher and he climbed higher and higher on the roof.
The water was very turbulent, but still another boat managed to makes its way to him. Again they begged him to get into the boat and to save himself. And again he said, "No, no, no. God will save me! I'm praying. God will save me!"
Finally the water was almost over him, just his head was sticking out. Then along came a helicopter. It came down right over him and they called, "Come on. This is your last chance! Get in here!"

Still he said, "No, no, no. God will save me!" Finally his head went under the water and he drowned.
When he got to heaven, he complained to God, "God, why didn't you try and save me?" And God said, "I did. I sent you two boats and a helicopter".
At 9:42am on July 23, 2009, Richard Lukens said…
Hi Claudia... thanks for joining the Architects site today... glad to have you here... I hope you find it interesting and that you have a chance to post some content of your own...




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