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    On Dec 6, 2013 Conrad P Pritscher wrote:

     Excellent writing. My understanding of widening the boundaries of our being is that we are all mysteriously one and much more interconnected than disconnected. I have no one story of how I have discovered the unity of all the things in my life. All that I have read and experienced leads me to strongly believe that I am one not only with all people and all sentient beings but also with all non-sentient things. Paradoxically my lack of knowing which is my noticing incomprehensible mystery surrounding me much of the time gives light to my being. This incomprehensible mystery could be seen as darkness, but it could also be seen as all light all the time. My not knowing is something I have moved to feel very comfortable about.  It helps me see myself as not separate from everyone and everything. I believe I know very little and I am comfortable seeing myself as no one going nowhere even though I'm saying these sentences now. I have noticed a strong feeling of community with many who respond to the Awakin weekly messages. It is a feeling of communion which I did not get when I received "holy communion" when I formerly was a Catholic. I have copied statements from several people who have responded to Awakin statements and have used their quotes in my writing. Thanks to all of you for being so wonderful. Warm and kind regards to everyone. 



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    On Dec 6, 2013 Kristin Pedemonti wrote:

    Hugs to You, Conrad, I always enjoying reading your thoughtful, heartfelt comments. I agree that this group is Wonderful, Insightful and offers much Hope. <3


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    On Dec 9, 2013 a wrote:

     I'm with Kristin, love to you!  
    I have received many blessings here!  This communion of friends . . . filled/fills a void . . . I am thankful!


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