Category: Physics of Heaven

Fragmentation

Continuing in the series “Physics of Heaven”, here are some divine thoughts on the fragmentation of souls: A soul’s fragmentation is a mirror of the Father. Except, the Father wills His own fragmentation in the hope that our own soul might remain whole in Him. This, is how God is omnipresent. Because, He exists in

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Excommunication – What’s the big deal? Revealing the True Power of the Church. It might surprise you.

One of the most used words in Catholicism is the word “Eucharist.” It’s heard every Sunday at Mass and Catholics use it all the time. It’s called a sacrament. What is that? What does it even mean? And, if it’s not a big deal then why would anyone be concerned about being cut off from

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Ignition – What the Flash and other Cosmic Superheroes can teach us about God and our Universe

To simultaneously believe and do is the hardest part of existence. Whether you’re a Marvel or DC fan, or an admirer of the fantasy genres of Tolkien, Lewis and L’Engle (or maybe you just like art imitating life/life imitating art), I am sure you can appreciate what I am about to share without having to

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Kaleidoscoping

Continuing our Conversations with God…pondering “The Physics of Heaven” The world is full of consciousness, and the beauty therein belongs to those with eyes to see and ears to listen. How many ways can one life be lived? The Answer: an infinite multi-verse of ways, but it only matters the one you’re living now. There

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