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Bishop Lee Moronez Jensen is now a member of World Pantheism
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Jan 8
Gary Gilbert replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"The little I've seen on Taoism does seem well grounded. Understanding the harmony in nature, especially when things appear to be anything but, that is according to the prevailing collective view of the day. Humanity like any form will naturally…"
Jan 8
Antony Van der Mude replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"Well, Taoism is certainly a religion, but there is a philosophy buried in it that transcends the religious practice. The Tao te Ching (also known as Lao Tzu) and the writings of Chuang Tzu have great philosophical insights. I certainly do no…"
Jan 7
Gary Gilbert replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"I recall reading the Tao of Pooh in the 80s and thought it was simply a beautiful little book. I suspected Taoism was a religion and never explored since.  I do see quotes occasionally like     Tao flows endlessly like…"
Jan 6
Antony Van der Mude replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"Well, I am very much a Taoist in philosophy. Taoism is truly compatible with my Pantheism. One of the fundamental insights of Taoism is that we can lose ourselves in all the book learning and theory. When it comes right down to it, ultimately we…"
Jan 6
Venu Aravind is now a member of World Pantheism
Jan 6
Gary Gilbert replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"Although we are approaching things from different angles I deeply understand where you're coming from and going to, my formal education is very basic and I studied botany and mycology as a hobby, this eventual led to an interest in almost…"
Jan 5
Antony Van der Mude replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"Well, I wanted to be an astronomer when I grew up, So I spent a bunch of time looking up at the stars with my 3-inch refractor when I lived in Moncton. Truth be told, it wasn't very good. I was a physics major in college and lost interest in…"
Jan 5
Gary Gilbert replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"It has been over 50 years since I've been to NE, can't recall any stars as we throw a football most evening under the street lights outside my cousin's home in Lynn Mass. I do recall the honey dipped donuts on the daytime drive into…"
Jan 4
Antony Van der Mude replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"Yes, this is what I miss second-most about living in the Eastern American megalopolis. the thing I miss the most, though, is the night sky. My daughter was born and raised in New Jersey, so she never truly saw the stars growing up. One time, when…"
Jan 4
Gary Gilbert replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"Yes Antony, Trees galore through the Wentworth valley, nice hardwood area near Ski Wentworth and interesting small streams which cut straight through some of the old mountains appearing in 5 to 10 foot channels or cave opening at ground level on the…"
Jan 4
Antony Van der Mude replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"Well, there are plenty of wilderness areas in the Maritimes, that's for sure. Back in the mid-1990's the family took a trip up from New Jersey to the Maritimes. We visited my relatives and camped. It was on the road between Amherst and…"
Jan 4
Gary Gilbert replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"The Maritimes has been my home most of the way through with a short stint in Toronto. Halifax and various other towns in NS for the first 38 years and 24 years here in Moncton. My Spiritual interest only started to take shape in my life in the last…"
Jan 3
Antony Van der Mude replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"Yes, I hope there are like-minded people around. Ning has been uncommonly quiet for a long time. too bad. Some history. I actually strayed pretty far from my roots. I'm 67, born in 1953 in Truro, lived in Halifax in the early 60's and…"
Jan 3
Gary Gilbert replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
Jan 3
Antony Van der Mude replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"Well, hello. I am an ex-Maritimer, living in Boston now."
Jan 3
Gary Gilbert replied to Rua Lupa's discussion Connecting in The Maritimes, Canada (PEI, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia) in the group Canada
"Hello fellow Maritimers, I am open to email or text message communication on Pantheist related matters and possible group creation if at some point more local folks find their way here."
Jan 3
Juan Carlos Brown is now a member of World Pantheism
Dec 26, 2020

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