I Remember Now ~ “Three-pete” in New England ~ Pastor Tim Tengblad Post 50

In post 34 I wrote of my meeting a wonderful, elderly man named Peter in a tiny, neighborhood restaurant in East Boston. Perhaps you could read it before you keep reading. It’s OK. I’ll wait………………………………………………………… OK, now that you’re back, I recently returned from another visit to Boston, and met two more times with Peter…

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I Remember Now ~ Got Change? Of Course! ~ Pastor Tim Tengblad Post 49

Change is inevitable. Except from a vending machine. Robert Gallagher Life is like underwear. Change is good. A bend in the road is not the end of the road. Unless you fail to make the turn. Helen Keller Change is hardest at the beginning, messiest in the middle, and best at the end. Robin Shama Life is a series…

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I Remember Now ~ The Soul’s Song ~ Pastor Tim Tengblad Post 44

When a woman in a certain African tribe knows she is pregnant, she goes out into the wilderness with a few friends and together they pray and meditate, until they hear the song of the child. They recognize that every soul has its own vibration that expresses its unique flavor and purpose. When the women…

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I Remember Now ~ Inner Cathedral ~ Pastor Tim Tengblad Post 42

Our daughter, Sarah Tengblad, wrote the following and has given her permission to share it here.   “Within me is an inner cathedral. An enormous, stunning, intricate cathedral. Where wisdom, truth, tranquility, confidence, and spirituality are palpable. A structure built by God and millions of souls. A place that is still unfolding itself to me.…

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I Remember Now ~ Jesus and Buddha ~ Pastor Tim Tengblad Post 41

A reader of this column wrote to me: “I think the original teachings of Buddha and Jesus have more in common than one might think.” Oh my friend, what you just sent me is SO important and true! Jesus and Buddha would have a great time together. Add Lao Tzu (writer of the Tao) and…

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