Fairy tales, it is well known, conceal often quite sophisticated meanings for adults. We will look at one fairy tale, Cinderella, to see what light it might shine on our subject. Read more
This is a short piece on the origins of Unity—and what it’s all about—a topic that seem to have gotten lost in recent times. After all, Unity’s origins are in the hoary past, over a hundred and thirty years ago. And yet, when we take a look at what the founders of Unity taught, we find it’s very modern. In fact, there’s a lot we can learn from them. So what follows is a little about Myrtle and Charles Fillmore. This article is based on a talk I gave at Unity of Kingston (Washington) in December, 2010. Read more
One meaning of the word contingency is being unable to change what we have become; the inability to choose differently. It means being “next to” something and being unable to move away. Life keeps giving us – over and over again – the chance to re-examine our inner sense of contingency, and change it if we wish. Looked at another way, life always is challenging us to be wiser choosers. Read more
A consistent theme will run through all these posts, but in case you don’t see it, let me establish its boundaries and signposts, and give a hint, as much as I am able to convey of it to you at this point, anyway, of its nature and its destination, if a theme can be said to have a destination. Read more
Okay, run with me here for a minute. The first thing you probably think when you hear The Freeya company is some sort of business company with products or services for sale, right? Well, that isn’t the kind of company we mean. Read more
Over the years I’ve become a bit spread out on the Web, so here’s a list of where you can find stuff by me. Read more
This article is about inner peace of mind, where the mind is still and the inner dialog is turned off. This state can lead to, among other good things, a state of being safe from harm in body, mind and affairs.
Life after a close encounter with death.