Messages & Channelings

What is the spiritual response of a person who wishes to live, on-the-ground in everyday life, the messages of Conversations with God in the face of what is now happening in America around the issue of race? 

How is it possible that 8 billion members of a single species could all say they want the same thing — survival, safety, security, peace, prosperity, opportunity, happiness, and love — and be utterly unable to produce it…even after trying for thousands of years?

Neale Donald Walsch > Relationships

My dear Friends,

In my life there has been no greater challenge than the challenge of relationships. I am speaking here now of romantic relationships, although all of my relationships—parental, familial, personal, business—have been a test for me from the very beginning.

How much misery are we as a species going to have to endure before those remaining in future generations can get on with the business of continuing to live on this “third rock from the sun,” and evolve the species sufficiently to continue its existence?

To me the CWG message that We Are All One means exactly what it says. The conversation elaborates, telling us that All Things are One Thing. There is only One Thing, and all things are part of the One Thing there is.

Neale Donald Walsch > Should We 'Rock the Boat'?

Conversations with God says that economics is our spirituality, demonstrated. How we do business, how our society handles its commerce, tells us a great deal about what our values are.

Has your year been, so far, what you’d expected? If so, good for you! If not, why not? Could it have been that you were not very clear as to your intentions?

Neale Donald Walsch > Neale Talks About Courage

It takes an enormous amount of courage to get through life. I never realized that it did, but it does.

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The world has never been in more turmoil than it is today. Individual lives have never felt more tenuous. The Human Journey has never seemed more senseless. What is the point of all this?

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Neale Donald Walsch > Looking at a Larger Reality

This is the third in a series of commentaries on Happiness, and How To Find It.

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