About

I am new to the Blogs (April 16, 2013) and have had the privilege of meeting some people I now refer to as “My Friends” . I hate naming anyone because I know I will leave someone out. Since I have hung out mostly over at Nate’s Finding Truth blog, I will simply say many of those people are the ones I am referring to.

The title to my blog, “The Divine Spark Within”  is a phrase I borrowed from the late scholar and author,  Alvin Boyd Kuhn.  If religion is right that a “Divinity”  created us or if Science is right that we were created by a meteor or comet crashing to earth carrying additional elements needed to create  life ,  we humans need to stop looking outward for the answers to life’s problems because we possess “The Divine Spark Within” .

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  1. Er….and now? 😉

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  2. Thanks for the mention! 🙂

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  3. How about a Subscribe widget and recent post and recent comment and…but especially a Subscribe Widget because I am a lazy bugger to trawl through my reader sometimes.

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  4. Your wish is my command. 🙂

    I’ll get my son-in-law to help me with the changes. He’s the I.T. techno nerd 🙂

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  5. I did not understand your last paragraph. It seems like you said, whether religion or science is right, either way, we should “stop looking outward for the answers to life’s problems”.

    Is that right?

    If so, what is an example of looking inward for the answers? What is this look outward vs inward ?

    And you are saying if a comet created life on earth, then the comet is the divine spark?

    Can you see my confusion?

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  6. Nice to meet you, KC. I look forward to reading your blog as time permits.

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  7. Hey Victoria ! Thanks for stopping by and deciding to follow me !

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  8. Ken, I sent you an email via your aol addy. 🙂

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  9. Hey thanks for the follow! I look forward to reading your posts. 🙂

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  10. Thanks Tricia ! I look forward to reading your posts as well ! BTW , you live in one of my favorite cities. 🙂

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  11. I love the Mark Frost quote in your header. It’s my sister’s mantra and she thinks it justifies the fact that she’s still smoking a pack a day. 🙂 Thanks for the follow. I also enjoy living in Florida. Sylvia

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    • Thank you for the follow as well ! It’s nice to meet a fellow traveler . Maybe we can exchange stories some day. I hope you and your husband are enjoying Florida. I am on the opposite side. Port Charlotte.

      Ken

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