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What does it mean "to do the will of my Father?"

disciple (n.)

Old English discipul (fem. discipula), “one who follows another for the purpose of learning,” especially “the personal followers of Jesus Christ during his life, the twelve Apostles chosen or called by him to be his immediate associates,” a Biblical borrowing from Latin discipulus “pupil, student, follower,” which is of uncertain origin.

I’d love to share with you who I am, my journeys, thoughts and dreams. So I will devote a portion of my blogs to what I am currently engaged in and working on myself! I think I will call these ‘My Life and Thoughts’ to separate them out from the work and the ideas to bring change on this site. So “My Life and Thoughts’ will be for all the posts of a more personal nature.

A friend who had moved away once said they were concerned about not being physically close anymore and that they were going to miss out on a lot of teachings and personal work.

This could never happen I told them, because our life is our work. We are always on our spiritual path.

No matter where we go everyone is always present. We think sometimes that life separates us, but because each of us are on our paths, or to say in another way, we are present to our path, there is only one place and the illusion is that we have traveled far and wide in our lives, that we are separate.

Each of us is only a thought away.

I look forward to getting to know you!


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