In our thoughts we do spend our time on productive matters. We wake up, get ready for work, commute, work, commute back home, eat dinner, watch TV or surf the internet (all necessary to decompress after work), and then the cycle starts all over again. We do this in order to make a living. We contribute to a company or organization; in other words we are productive. Read More.
How to Live
Nothing is more important in learning to live well than to follow our conscience. Our conscience is one of the gifts we are given that ties us back to our previous lives. At its simplest, our conscience is the set of Divine Laws. Each human and human-like soul on whatever planet in the universe contains this same collection of universal behavior. Read More.
Trust – a simple word but a complex concept for an adult. As a child we had implicit trust in our parents. We literally knew no other way of thinking. As we grew older, our trust evolved, we developed to measure trust out in small increments. In full adulthood we totally abandoned the possibility of absolute trust. We always reserved that small percentage of doubt. But to grow we must learn to trust – to give whole-heartedly – to ourselves and to God. Read more.