Wednesday, April 20, 2011


The Ten Commitments, Questions for a Supreme Being, Sex and the Soul…

Wednesday, April 20, 2011
The beauty surrounds us! ~The SBNR Team

Today’s Goodness:

Today’s goodness is an organization from Denver, CO. Project PAVE (Promoting Alternatives to Violence Through Education) empowers youth to end the cycle of relationship violence. They do this by providing effective, culturally relevant violence prevention education, victim identification, and counseling services in underserved communities. “Project PAVE taught me that it’s not my fault, and that other kids go through it as well.”

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Spirituality News & Posts:

1. Ken Serota: The Ten Commitments
“Monday, April 18th, 2011 was the first night of Passover. It is a night to tell stories of history and culture. One of the attendees at this evening’s seder left me with the following. It’s not religious, it’s spiritual and something that perhaps some or many of you will read, and consider of relevance to you and yours. “

2. Ken Trainor: A Few Questions for the Supreme Being
“I meet monthly with a group of friends to talk about spirituality, and recently we engaged in an exercise. Let’s say there is life after death, and “God” is a personal being… And let’s assume every soul, immediately after bodily death, is granted an audience with the supreme being, and that God graciously consents to answer whatever questions have been burning for a lifetime. What would you ask God?”

3. Carmen Allgood: Physical or Metaphysical
“So here we are, on the threshold of the greatest advances of human civilization, and luckily for us, our two primary mental disciplines – science and religion – are finally enjoying a ‘meeting of the minds’. For it is through the melding of these seemingly opposed thought systems into one that we will ultimately reveal the primary Cause of All, in its wondrous simplicity and grace.”

4. Hennie Weiss: Review – Sex and the Soul
“Sex and the Soul: Juggling Sexuality, Spirituality, Romance, and Religion on America’s College Campuses” by Donna Freitas is a collection of face-to-face interviews and surveys used to analyze and understand how American college students grapple with their sexual encounters, sexuality and sexual identity in connection to their spirituality and religion.”


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