From the Editor's Desk
In the religious traditions in which most of us were
reared, the arena of the sacred was limited to once-a-week services with a
minister, priest, rabbi or imam. Everything else was ‘corrupt’ or ‘not
holy’ and yet the highest aspirations of humankind is always to strive
against any form of limitation.
individually, that is my me-ness; and that is not what I say about
myself or what I would wish at 8.45am on a Tuesday morning to be
believed about myself (it all changes), or what I wish to think about
myself; but it is my me-ness; and that cannot be expressed in words;
but somewhere along the line it is communicated.
We know – all of us working on The Miracle Times know – that there is
only one life and one love, and that I share with God. And yet we
still find ourselves in an association with each other in attempts at
definition and conquest; and all we can do with that is release
ourselves in every moment; just as this editorial from one member of
the team, a backroom girl, has been written with the help of the Holy
Spirit and is itself a release of concepts.
We know – from deep within our hearts and from within every
cell of our illusionary beings, that finding the best laptop has
nothing to do with an article on the internet. And yet the need
to write – and to express myself and to give away everything we have
learnt – has to be a crucial part of the understanding.
The Miracle Times is non-denominational. We want it to be open to any
sect or cult or individualist within the spiritual community; any
expression of the fragmentation of the one mind seeking to join in an
expression of love – and we will not judge what it looks like.
We know people who will tell us they have attained the heights of
Truth and Love, and yet will mention, in the very next breath, that
they read People magazine or watch Wheel of Fortune (a
US game show focused on winning large amounts of spondoolicks and