Author: Jeff Kober

Just like a sunbeam can't separate itself from the sun, and a wave can't separate itself from the ocean, we can't separate ourselves from one another. We are all part of a vast sea of love, one indivisible divine mind. Marianne Williamson   The basis of the Vedic...

By your stumbling, the world is perfected. Sri Aurobindo   Each of us arrives on this planet without knowing how to live. We must be taught to sleep through the night, taught to walk, to use the toilet, to speak, to ask for what we want. We must...

All that you touch You Change.   All that you Change Changes you.   The only lasting truth is Change.   God is Change. Octavia E. Butler   Meditation works. I have yet to see one person learn to meditate whose life was not changed by our practice. And the change always has been for the good.   So why...

"It's the thing that everyone struggles with all of the time, that idea of not having the day stolen from you by the static in your head, either regret for yesterday or fear for tomorrow," he said. "And I've struggled with that like everybody else,...

Human speech is like a cracked kettle on which we tap crude rhythms for bears to dance to, while longing to make music that will melt the stars. Gustave Flaubert   But we can love. In any way we can, however cracked or crude our speech and rhythm.   Love...

Love is a many-splendoured entity. Physical love or spiritual love has the same source, although it manifests at different degrees. You cut across all barriers. Who cares for personal consequences? You want to give, want to sacrifice your personal convenience for the sake of your...

In the faces of men and women, I see God. Walt Whitman    It is a spiritual axiom that everyone always is doing the best they can, in that moment.   If someone is engaged in 'bad' behavior, it is because they are afraid of losing something they have or...

The resurrection is a description of how the universe self-corrects, life always reasserting itself even when forces of death and darkness have temporarily prevailed. Like a tiny flower growing through cracks in broken cement, peace of mind emerging at last after periods of deep grief,...