Is there anything truly more important in life than the love we share with all others, with no exclusions?
Last Sunday, on June 5, Diane and I, Jerry, attended a basketball game together… at home in our living room!
Diane and I, Jerry, recently traveled with our son Lee Jampolsky to New York City.
Our fearful ego minds would convince us that guilt, fear, and shame are a part of our natural state of being.
We like asking ourselves this question, and now we ask you as well:
Our actions are a product of what we believe. And we, ultimately, see what we believe and think it is true.
Being kind is part of the natural state of our spiritual identity.
The ego’s law is to not believe in unconditional love.
What do you feel qualifies a "healthy mind?"
Remembering our connectedness with our Source is part of our purpose in life.