Tuesday, August 01, 2006

LIGHT OF TRUTH * LIGHT OF CHRIST * GHANDI

This blog is dedicated to spiritual growth and awareness. The Bible is still being written. It did not end, and the world will not end. Life is eternal and spiritual. We will see God when we ALL turn our hearts to love and see Love in each other. In other words, this is a spiritual universe and there is no substance or intelligence in matter. In this site, I will quote from the great wayshowers.

LIGHT OF CHRIST
The Prince of Peace is the greatest way-shower of all time: Jesus Christ — because he overcame the false belief in death and showed us that the kingdom is within all of us. He told us to "take care of the least among us" which means THE POOR, the workers, the children, the homeless, the hungry.

He did not care if you believed in his flesh or personality; he commanded us to abide in love! "To love our neighbor as ourself; to love our enemies. TO NEVER FIGHT EVIL. Fighting ones' enemies is futile. God is Love. Other great way-showers are: Jesus Christ, Buddha, Gandhi, Lai Tse Tung, Dalai Lama, Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of Christian Science; Emmet Fox, the minister from England who wrote the best book I've ever read on Christ: "The Sermon on the Mount" — the spiritual key to Matthew Wayne Dyer; Viktor Frankl, Depak Chopra and "Conversations with God" author Neal Donald Walsch.

Here are some comments from an earlier post:

Carl said...
I actually prefer Peter Cook's take on mistakes:

"Of course I learn from my mistakes! I keep perfecting them!"
7:44 AM

Steve said...
Hi Lydia,

Again you speak the words of TRUTH,and know that the key to human existance is the fundamentals of LOVE and TRUTH.
PEACE and HARMONY.

Jesus Christ is the core of all love and truth, and humans have to take HIS teachings to incorporate that love and truth into their own hearts and souls.

We all fall short of the glory of God, and that's why we get angry at things that upset us, but we have to find love and truth in life to overcome that anger.

Life today, doesn't compare to yesterday anymore, but even as tough as times might get, we still have to be focused on our 1 primary focus, and that is the LOVE and TRUTH, Jesus Christ taught us to begin with.

9 Comments:

Blogger Lydia Cornell said...

Johnny Pork Pie moo moo said...
Hey Worf, what brings you to these neck of the woods?

Four of my five psychiatrist's said they didnt like the black background either.

4:00 PM

Johnny Pork Pie moo moo said...
I am going to germatriculate anyone who comes here....hehe!

4:37 PM



Johnny Pork Pie moo moo said...
Lisa:

"You think you're free?

I'm free!

You don't know what freedom is!

I'm free!

I can breathe! And you...

...you'II go choke on your
average fu#@ing mediocre Iife!

There are too many buttons
in the worId.

Too many buttons,
and they're just...

There's way too many,
begging to be pressed.

They're just begging to be pressed!

You know, they're just
begging to be pressed.

And it makes me wonder.

It makes me fu#@ing wonder.
Why doesn't anybody ever press mine?

Why am I so negIected?

Why doesn't anybody reach in
and rip out the truth...

...and teII me
that I'm a fu#@ing whore...

...and that my parents
wish I were dead?"


Susanna:

"Because you're dead aIready, Lisa

No one cares if you die, Lisa...

...because you're dead aIready.

Your heart is coId!

That's why you keep
coming back here.

You're not free.

You need this pIace.

You need it to feeI aIive."


Girl Interrupted

5:17 PM



Rene said...
I agree with everything you quoted from Gandhi here. He definitely was an extraordinary person, and I genuinely admire him.

1:11 AM



Carl said...
Lydia,

I got some extremely exciting, interesting news yesterday. Keep your eyes on my blog. I'm going to be making a big announcement soon.

11:23 AM



Johnny Pork Pie moo moo said...
I need a pill to make me happy
I need a pill to help me sleep
I need a pill so I can have more energy
I need a pill so I can lie just as esaily as anyone else
I need a pill so when I hang around shallow people I can laugh and pretend like I like them
I need a pill to make me seem like I care
I need a pill to forget about her lies
I need a pill to forget about my dreams
I need a pill to make me not care about peoples suffering
I need a pill to make me be "normal & just like everyone else"
I need a pill to seem friendly
I need a pill so I can grasp the concept of millions of people dying from hunger or war
I need a pill to make me not give a sh%t about anything

Author
Diva

4:23 PM



Mike said...
Hey Lyd, hope everything is allright and I hope everything gets straightened out at your other blog, I really miss the updates on the main blog.

BTW, I really like the black background i think it looks sharp, but the white letters dont have a lot of contrast like Worf said, maybe you can make them bold and increase the font size a notch and it might make them easier to read, not that its that hard though.

see ya

1:50 PM



Carl said...
In all my searches for spiritual truth and religious enlightenment, none has carried me further down the path than a simple axoim:

Know thyself, and to thine ownself, be true.

People, to put it mildly, suck.

Well, most of them. But here's the beauty of this planet and the internets. With six billion people, you're bound to eventually run across enough who fit your life and philosophy nicely enough that they DON'T suck.

So long as you know who you are, you can know what you want. And once you know that, doors begin to open for you.

You learn to accept people for who they are, and while you don't have to literally "love all", you DO have to respect that each and every one of us got here, somehow, to this moment in time.

Mind you, I came to all this without once having to attend an AA meeting :-) It just seems like such a natural progression in life. Jesus teaches us this, and while I don't buy into the whole mantle he's been laden with of church and religion, this part of his teaching has a ring of truth.

We each of us has struggled to get to this exact moment, and so many before us have not gotten here. That says something to me, that if you're reading this, I have to credit you with being here to read it, and once I've established your humanity, it makes it easier for me to comprehend you.

7:51 AM


Steve said...
Lydia,

I've only read a little bit about Ghandi, Wayne Dyer has fantastic books, as well as his show on PBS.

2:02 PM

Lydia Cornell said...
Moo Moo you actually have a great sense of humor. Stick with four out of five psychiatrists!

10:03 PM

7:01 PM  
Blogger Lydia Cornell said...

I am reposting comments here after condensing the other spiritual blog.

Johnny Pork Pie moo moo said...
Hey Worf, what brings you to these neck of the woods?

Four of my five psychiatrist's said they didnt like the black background either.

4:00 PM

Johnny Pork Pie moo moo said...
I am going to germatriculate anyone who comes here....hehe!

4:37 PM

7:02 PM  
Anonymous CARL said...

Carl said...
In all my searches for spiritual truth and religious enlightenment, none has carried me further down the path than a simple axoim:

Know thyself, and to thine ownself, be true.

People, to put it mildly, suck.

Well, most of them. But here's the beauty of this planet and the internets. With six billion people, you're bound to eventually run across enough who fit your life and philosophy nicely enough that they DON'T suck.

So long as you know who you are, you can know what you want. And once you know that, doors begin to open for you.

You learn to accept people for who they are, and while you don't have to literally "love all", you DO have to respect that each and every one of us got here, somehow, to this moment in time.

Mind you, I came to all this without once having to attend an AA meeting :-) It just seems like such a natural progression in life. Jesus teaches us this, and while I don't buy into the whole mantle he's been laden with of church and religion, this part of his teaching has a ring of truth.

We each of us has struggled to get to this exact moment, and so many before us have not gotten here. That says something to me, that if you're reading this, I have to credit you with being here to read it, and once I've established your humanity, it makes it easier for me to comprehend you.

7:51 AM

5:06 AM  
Anonymous STEVE said...

Lydia,

I've only read a little bit about Ghandi, Wayne Dyer has fantastic books, as well as his show on PBS.

5:07 AM  
Blogger Larry said...

Many religions speak of peace and love but like most societies, those things seldom happen.

The thing that bothers most about religion is the hypocracy. It seems that "religious leaders" have made religion corporate and political, not spiritual and peaceful.

How many millions of poor in America and abroad could be helped if the dollars used for war, were used for the needy.

The ministries that feed the poor and homeless in our inner cities scrape to make ends meet, while our government spends billions to destroy those they do not know.

9:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How true Larry.

6:24 AM  
Blogger Laura said...

Hi, Lydia,

I'm so glad to have found your blog!

Much love,
Laura
@}-->--

3:31 AM  
Anonymous me: ) said...

what would one be willing to sacrifice for the truth as many that seek seem to be lost in good intentions. Can love only be appreciated by those who have learnt to hate?

3:24 AM  
Blogger Lydia Cornell said...

I apologize to everyone here for not updating the posts. On my regular blog at lydiacornell.com we have a raucous bunch and discuss politics and spirituality.

But this is the place I will focus my attention in the near future. this is the peaceful place that calms the nerves.

Please submit articles to me via my web email if you have spiritual healings or any miracles you want to share, no matter how "small."

Thanks and God Bless!

1:50 PM  

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