What is Most Important?


    Blog Title:  What is most Important?

There are so many things that demand our attention, but what is the most important thing we could place our attention upon. Well. it’s clearly what enables us to be, to see, to heart, to think, and do. Obviously there is something primary that is the cause of all things. Well, what is that? You could call it Life, God, Truth, Energy, Awareness, but what is that? Most of us just don’t know because it can’t be accessed with the senses or  thinking, so we don’t access it and therefore it doesn’t really exist for us. But it is knowable and experienceable and the experience makes everything in life more comprehensible and easier. So, do you have an open mind? If you do, wouldn’t you like to find that key missing piece. If so, can assist.

Michael
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3 Responses to What is Most Important?

  1. The Hook says:

    Great food for thought!

  2. Paul D. Dail says:

    Michael, an interesting post. I think that the “everyday” gets in the way, also. Work, family, friends, etc… Even though they are all a part of “The Big Picture,” they also cloud “The Greater Image,” if you will. It’s important to take some quiet time and put away the everyday to access that deeper part of life.
    Anyway, best of luck with your posting. That’s quite a challenge to post everyday… even every week, as I’m finding already… but I think you have some interesting, thought-provoking topics.

  3. Paul D. Dail says:

    Oh, and I see Jackie was an author on that one, too. Props to her, as well.

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