Why I’m Not a Christian…

I’m not a Christian because I don’t want to be eaten by a lion.

The simple reason I’m not a Christian and Jesus is giving me permission to say this, is that Christians believe Jesus is God and therefore he was all-powerful and we, because there can be only one God, are not.

This is a contradiction to what he said and is saying this very moment – which is, any individual who believes enough will do the same things he did, in context, which is to heal all sorts of disease, raise the dead, turn water into wine and so on, but wait a minute, he said (is saying) that any individual who believes enough can even do greater things than he did!

Does this one act make him greater than you…not according to Jesus.

Hear this, if he is saying you can do greater things than he did, this means you have more power at your disposal than he did. There’s a reason for this, but you’ll never discover it if you hang onto the religious belief system that he is greater than you.

What we don’t understand about ourselves, is that we each individually are potentially greater than Jesus (according to Jesus), but we’ve had our heads buried in the sand and then we adopted a religious system that buried the truth.

This is all clearly spelled out in the Christian Bible, but I don’t know of one single Christian who teaches it or exposes this truth, to the light of your awareness. Therefore it becomes purposeful obfuscation; the secret of the ages is hidden by a religion that purports to be founded by Jesus,with the intent of setting you free, but he says, “What’s the point of calling me Lord if you don’t do what I tell you to do?”

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Nothing is Impossible IF –

I Believe Enough, in What?

You KNOW this is impossible so you’ll never see it…until you believe enough.


First of all, I can prove that “nothing is impossible to anyone who believes enough,” is exactly what the ancient passage says in the original language, but there are still two other questions to be answered to make it come true for any individual.

The first question is, IF this is true, how do I get to the point of believing enough so it actually becomes possible for me?

The second question is, in what or whom, exactly, do I have to have enough belief to make it come true for me?

If you’re willing to believe this quote came through the mouth of the one who was also quoted as saying, before there was an Abraham (or anything else) I AM that I AM, you’ve just taken the first step.

I have long been quoting something else that purportedly came through the mouth of the same man:

“Everything you’ve seen me do and say, anyone who believes in me (enough) will do the same things and even greater things.”

Therefore, only one question remains, HOW does anyone get to the point of believing enough?

Is it time to learn how..? Hop on!!!

As a starting point, we might want to look at the context in which the “nothing is impossible to anyone who believes enough” quote came about. That’s the first lesson and it is a mind opener and, if you allow it, a life changer.

Next comes the challenge of asking myself, do I really want to get to the point of believing that nothing is impossible, when I KNOW there are some things that are impossible?

That’s the barrier – knowledge that needs to be replaced because it isn’t true with knowledge that is the truth, by looking at it from an entirely different, scientific perspective.


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The Path Which You Think Makes the Most “Sense”

May be the Path that You Most Want to Avoid!

How can you tell if it’s the right path?

Let’s start with a paraphrase of something Albert Einstein, whom we could refer to as a Jewish prophet of sorts, said and who ushered us into the nuclear age.

“You cannot solve the problems you created with the same kind of thinking which you used to create them” …or something close to that.”

One way of avoiding that kind of thinking is from another Jewish prophet of sorts called Solomon, who said: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and don’t depend upon your thinking at all, but acknowledge Him as you go on your journey and He will guide you to the path which is the better one for you,” or again, something close to that.


If it looks good, does that mean it’s the right path?

In Quantum Mechanics, or the relatively new physics (pun intended), which evolved from Einstein’s theories 1 & 2 of Relativity and which he insisted came not from thinking, but something more akin to what Solomon said, but they just don’t make sense when insisting upon certain “principles” upon which the old system of physics established by Newton are based.

Folks who think a lot want to argue that everything in the Torah/Bible is allegorical. That is certainly a different path than some Evangelicals think and if we get trapped in the logic presented by either side of that argument we miss some truth whether by thinking literally or thinking allegorically.

One way of escaping the trap of “thinking” is to apply what helped scientists stop arguing about which system of physics is correct related to certain Newtonian “principles” seemingly upended by Quantum Physics.

How can you take both paths?

The secret was to apply the words BOTH/AND – without getting into the details, if we look at any argument about anything and acknowledge that there are elements of truth to BOTH sides – then there is really no basis for argument.

What needs to happen, rather than arguing, is to understand that both sides of ALL arguments are based on limited points of view, thinking.

Thinking, when placed on the burner of INFINITE WISDOM is melted down into a truth that can only be seen by that which is beyond anything that is hatched in the finite conscious part of the mind of these bodies we occupy.

Small group dialogue is promoted by YOU WITHOUT LIMITS* – not as a means of finding ultimate truth, but simply learning to listen to one another so that we can understand there are myriad ways of looking at anything and each of those ways are sorely limited.

This process helps each of us to lean not unto our own or even each other’s understanding, but to go beyond thinking to that path that is guided and may be quite different for each individual.


* Please visit www.youwithoutlimits.life and request your free copy of the YWL Handbook for facilitators of small groups – an evolving work in progress. Please share the flashes you are given for improvement so we can continue to update it.

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