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Thursday, August 29, 2019

O How I Wish! - A Poem & Guest Post by Dominic Windram

O how I wish I could create a poem

As significant as a prayer or hymn:

That would blossom like a beautiful, bold

Flower with a power drawn from within!

By blending noble thought and warm passion,

It would transcend the world's fleeting fashions.

More precious than countless, verbose pages;

O it would echo throughout the ages!

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Anyway - A Guest Post by Errol Clark Halkett


People are unreasonable, illogical, and self-centered
Love them anyway
If you do good, people will accuse you of ulterior motives
Do good anyway
If you are successful, you win false friends and true enemies
Succeed anyway
The good you do today will be forgotten tomorrow
Do good anyway
Honesty and frankness make you vulnerable
Be honest and frank anyway
People favor underdogs but follow only top dogs
Fight for some underdogs anyway
What you spend years building may be destroyed overnight
Build anyway
People really need help but may attack you if you help them
Help people anyway
Give the world the best you have and it’ll kick you in the teeth
Give the world your best anyway

From a collection of writings by Errol Clark Halkett

The Wolf Returns To The Side Of The Lion - A Quotation from M.N. Hopkins

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The wolf returns to the side of the lion and the once sheep will follow but not as before.

Now, the lions in sheep's clothing, full of courage, full of Light, full of Love.

© M.N. Hopkins

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Until Selfvation - A Poem by M.N. Hopkins

Until Selfvation

We suffer, need illusions

See clearly, be free

©  2019   M.N. Hopkins

Note:    I took the liberty to create a new word, "Selfvation"  which would be defined as going directly to our Soul for guidance and liberation.  No need for outside teachers, gurus or advisors.   Our own Soul which I believe to be the link between God and ourselves is the deliverer or liberator rather than some outside savior thus going directly to the Source and cutting out the middleman.   I am not saying to not be inspired by the wisdom of Saints and Prophets but to use their words as they were intended to be used to inspire and motivate you to do the hard work of liberation and enlightenment that is your responsibility and that in reality, only you can do.

This poem was inspired, written and published  for the first time in the haiku style of poetry on my blog today, the 27th of August 2019.

If you liked this poem and would like to read more of my poetry,  please click upon the link provided below:

Poetry by M.N. Hopkins

There Are Many Ways Your Ego Can Trick You - An Insight & Guest Post by Magnus Ericsson

There are many ways your ego can trick you and make you think you are either a superior being, an inferior being or make you believe that the reason for your existence is something else than your love for humanity and all other beings on Earth.

©  2019  Magnus Ericsson

Monday, August 26, 2019

Never Forget - A Quotation from M.N. Hopkins

Never forget that the gift of Light is to be shared with others.

©  M. N. Hopkins

To read more of my quotations, please click on the link below:

Quotations by M.N. Hopkins

Sunday, August 25, 2019

Look Up, Move Ahead - A Motivational Speech by Dr. Jordan Peterson

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  • 12 Rules for Life

  • Rule 1: Stand Up Straight with Your Shoulders Back

  • Rule 2: Treat Yourself Like Someone You Are Responsible for Helping

  • Rule 3: Make Friends with People Who Want the Best for You

  • Rule 4: Compare Yourself to Who You Were Yesterday, Not to Who Someone Else is Today

  • Rule 5: Do Not Let Your Children Do Anything that Makes You Dislike Them

  • Rule 6: Put Your House in Order

  • Rule 7: Pursue What is Meaningful, Not What is Expedient

  • Rule 8:Tell the Truth

  • Rule 9: Assume that the Person You are Listening to Might Know Something You Don’t

  • Rule 10: Be Precise with Your Speech

  • Rule 11: Leave Children Alone when They are Skateboarding

  • Rule 12: Pet a Cat When You Encounter One on the Street

Thursday, August 22, 2019

At The End Comes The Strength - A Poem & Guest Post by KiBLS

At the end comes the strength

The end is slowly approaching,
That's what a faithful scout told me.
Now it suddenly becomes obvious to me;
It is coming suspiciously close to me.

It is difficult for me to evade him,
Because it always requires more.

Thoughts have to grasp everything,
they can't leave time me to rest.

The heart becomes warm and heavy,
until it gasps; I can't anymore.

And yet you feel this strength,
which gives you a new courage.

You have to do this with all your will;
breast-feed your innermost from the inside.

Then you will see it;
Your spirit will never pass!

(written by KiBLS) 

Author: KiBLS | Written: ~2009 | Published: 13.03.2019 | German translation: | License: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0: | e-Book: Poems of the new time

Tuesday, August 20, 2019

This Too Shall Pass - A Guest Post by Errol Clark Halkett


A king called all of his wise men and counsellors together for a
meeting.  He addressed them and said, "I want you to go and
think, read, and research.  Consult the wisest and most learned
men in the land.  Spare no expense."

"I want you to find the ONE statement that will get me through
all situations in life.  Whether I am on top of the world or in
the pits, find that statement."

"I don't want to learn long and complicated philosophies.
I want one simple statement.  Find it or write it; I don't care,
just bring me the statement."

The men left and consulted for months.
They finally returned and handed the King a scroll.

The King unrolled the scroll.  On it was written four words.


That was it.

The wise men explained.

When you are on top of the world, that is but a fleeting
moment, things change, always remember, this too shall pass.

When you are in the pits, all nights are followed by day, at
your lowest moments remember also, this too shall pass.

All external circumstances and material things change.

No matter what your circumstances, remember,


The wise men reminded the great King that this would get him
through his earthly things but the truly wise knew there were
things beyond this earth and life. . .

Things that were eternal.

True wisdom they reminded the King was in the ability to
recognize the fleeting temporal things of the material world
from the truly eternal things.

O Great King they said, "Most of the things that you worry or
gloat about are temporary and our four words apply."

For most of your situations. . .


From a collection of writings by Errol Clark Halkett

Saturday, August 17, 2019

Friday, August 16, 2019

Seek First Self - A Quotation by M.N. Hopkins

Seek first yourSelf, then seek to join self with Self to bridge the gap between Heaven and Earth.

©   M.N. Hopkins

To read more of my quotations, please click on the link below:

Quotations by M.N. Hopkins

Thursday, August 15, 2019

Death Has Nothing To Do With Going Away - The Wisdom Of Rumi

Jelaluddin Rumi, the 13th century mystic poet, was truly one of the most passionate and profound poets in history.  Now, today his presence still remains strong, due in part to how his words seem to drip of the divine, and startle a profound remembrance that links all back to the Soul-Essence.  

Born in what is present day Afghanistan in 1207, he produced his master work the Masnawi which consists of over 60,000 poems before he died in 1273.  The best way to fully say in words his impact, is that he has the ability to describe the Indescribable, Ineffable-- God.

Monday, August 12, 2019

The Giver Or The Taker: Five Variations Of The Same Theme - Five Poems by M.N. Hopkins

Version # 1 

Now, which shall you be?

The giver or the taker

The wise one, said both

©  2019    M.N. Hopkins

Version # 2

Now, which shall you be?

The giver or the taker

Wisdom dictates both

©  2019    M.N. Hopkins

Version  # 3

Now, which shall you be?

The giver or the taker

Only you can choose

©  2019    M.N. Hopkins

Version # 4

Now,  which shall you be?

The giver or the taker

Freedom dictates choice

©  2019    M.N. Hopkins

Version # 5

Now, which shall you be?

The giver or the taker

Two sides of one coin

©  2019    M.N. Hopkins

Note:  In this poem the first line of it just popped into my head yesterday evening and the second and third  lines I constructed to fit the first over 2 days.    I usually pick one version and discard the rest.  This time I decided to publish five different haiku poems with the same theme just slightly different wording.  I will ask you to pick the poem you think is best.  You can tell me which one in the comment section with a number, 1 to 5 if you would be so kind and are willing to do so.  I published all five poems on my blog today for the first time on the 12th of August,  2019.

If you liked these poem and would like to read more of my poetry,  please click upon the link provided below:

Poetry by M.N. Hopkins

Sunday, August 11, 2019

Tune Into The Earth - A Poem by M.N. Hopkins

Tune into the Earth

The Mother's love will fill you

Healing connection

©   2019       M.N. Hopkins

Note:      I wrote and published this poem today in the haiku style of poetry.   The inspiration was the picture above that I found on the net and had been thinking about how I could use it in a post on how our health and well being are connected to the Earth.  This is the result which took the form of a poem which I published  for the first time on my blog today, the 11th of August 2019 as a part of the annual event on my blog which I call, Inspirational August.

An Ancient Hawaiian Prayer

Ancestral spirits

From the sun's rising to the sun's setting

Blessings to this house

Blessing to this food

Blessings on the family gathering

Ancestral immortals

Bring forth from the spirit world the gifts of good health and abundance

And manifest these blessings

The prayer has flown

The restrictions are lifted.

Ancient Hawaiian Prayer

Source:    Medicine Maker.  A book by Hank Wesselman.

Saturday, August 10, 2019

Feel The Calmness And Certainty Of Self-Assuredness - A Quotation from M.N. Hopkins

Feel the calmness and certainty of Self-assuredness and know that Heaven and Earth are now your allies.

© M.N. Hopkins

To read more of my quotations, please click on the link below:

Quotations by M.N. Hopkins

There Will Be One Day - A Poem & Guest Post by Magnus Ericcson

There is many ways humans
can write and try to debate and 
describe our true identity
But instead I say:
There will be one day that you will laugh, 
with joy and love in your heart at the fact
that you actually one day did chose to 
believe that you were not a part of God
A day when you thought that you consisted
of darkness, pain, misery and confusion.
And did forget that
You Are God. A loving God. 
A vibration purely consisting of
divine love, joy and happiness
And your inner pain and misery
will stop that day you will understand, 
or rather know that it is your
true identity.
And hopefully you will realize this
before you leave this planet

© 2019  Magnus Ericsson

Friday, August 9, 2019

Integration of Human And Soul - A Quotation from M.N. Hopkins

Integration of human and Soul is the key to a conscious and fulfilling life.

©  M.N. Hopkins

To read more of my quotations, please click on the link below:

Quotations by M.N. Hopkins

Thursday, August 8, 2019

285 HZ- Video Creation & Guest Post by Ron Shields

Youtube link:

Use the 285Hz Frequency to:

✓ Heals and Regenerates Tissues
✓ Restructures damaged organs by sending message to Tissues. Bringing them to original form
✓ Influences the energy field around you
✓ Influences the energy field around your home, office.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Memories from the Future: The Valley of Roses - A Talk Given By Nassos Komianos

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Talk given by Athanasios Komianos

Published on Oct 4, 2013

This was a presentation that took place at the Association for Research and Enlightenment at Virginia Beach for the VB friends of the IANDS on September 14 2013. This is an amazing experience that took place in 1921 involving a visit from someone in the future, from the year 3906 AD. Nassos Komianos summarized the whole story and insights of the Swiss teacher Paul Amadeus Dienach, who slipped in a rare state of consciousness, called narcolepsy for almost a year. When he recovered he came back with memories of another person (actually his future embodiment), a physicist named Andreas Northam, who lived in the future. The professor of the future had an accident involving an NDE and when he recovers, he has been possessed by the personality of our twentieth century teacher (or actually his own former persona). He cannot recognize any of his loved ones and speaks a foreign tongue that no one comprehends. Not only that but he suffers from another ailment, he never sleeps. The body of our Swiss teacher is constantly asleep and the body of the man of the future is constantly awake. The physicians of the future examine him thoroughly but cannot explain the phenomenon and they think it is a consequence of his momentary death. They began re-educating the new persona of their once famous physicist. During this process of re-education, Dienach is taught what took place for those two millennia. What happened in history, and how things evolved, is strikingly shocking and flaringly interesting. When the Swiss teacher came out of his narcoleptic coma in 1922, he began writing all his memories from the future. Later, he was struck by tuberculosis and left all his transcripts to his Greek student, and died at the age of 38. After 44 years, this student became the Dean of the Panteion University of Athens he published, with a lot of reservations, this unique experience.
Special thanks to the VB IANDS and Dick Dinges, Lloyd Kremer and Elena Viada. Copyright of the presentation Athanasios Komianos

To learn more about Nasssos and his work, please click on the link below:

Update: I just found a link to the book.