Independence Day Indeed


Since the Course came through the Americans Helen Schucman and Bill Thetford, I wondered if Jesus included a special lesson for us on Independence Day.  He did: I want the peace of God. To say these words is nothing. But to mean these words is everything. If you could but mean them for just an … Continue reading

God’s Voice Speaks to Me All Through the Day


I was raised amidst the rationalist attitude that if you think God is speaking to you, you’re probably crazy—as in mentally ill. This narrow view (along with a few other factors) shielded me from hearing God’s Voice for many years, and set me up to assume that God’s messages to us are more general and … Continue reading

Ebola and Oneness


I’ve been following the unfolding of the most recent Ebola epidemic centered in West Africa with the persistent sense that Ebola is a teacher of oneness. A harsh teacher, to be sure. But what greater lesson would be heard by a student of A Course in Miracles about a virulent killer that refuses to be … Continue reading → https://miracarroll.wordpress.com/2014/10/26/ebola-and-oneness/

Healing Loss: Addiction and the GOD Hole


“. . . I am a drug addict in recovery, so like any drug addict I know exactly how Hoffman felt when he “went back out”. In spite of his life seeming superficially great, in spite of all the praise and accolades, in spite of all the loving friends and family, there is a predominant … Continue reading

Independence Day Update


Since the Course came through the Americans Helen Schucman and Bill Thetford, I wondered if Jesus included a special lesson for us on Independence Day.  He did: I want the peace of God. To say these words is nothing. But to mean these words is everything. If you could but mean them for just an … Continue reading

Court Love, See Love, Choose Love Now


  While love and fear cannot coexist (the presence of one will suppress the experience of the other), in the illusory continuum of time and space they seem to coexist.  Thus we vacillate from moment to moment, from fear to love and back to fear again, with fierce speed and regularity.  What we focus our … Continue reading