The Purpose of this Short Life on Earth is The Truth of Love / 7 Paths to Lasting Happiness / School Calendar

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is a Miracle.
 Let us value the Miracle of Life
every precious Day.
 Let us care for each other,
and for our Sacred Mother,
In this Time
of such turmoil and trouble,
let Life be about
There can be no greater Love
on our Sacred Earth
than the Love a Mother has
for her Children.
Such Love
is Miraculous.
Such Love is
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in Life,
is in how we did it.
Art in Living
is not captured on paper or sculptures.
is simply how we Live.

“The fundamental nature of Reality could be radically different from our familiar World of objects moving around in space and interacting with each other. We shouldn’t fool ourselves into mistaking the World as we experience it for the World as it really is.
– physicist Sean Carroll
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Modern science
does not even understand
the nature of Reality.
do not know if we are dealing with
particles, waves or something else.
We do not even understand
We know
that we perceive something,
but we do not know
what it is.
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H. Dieter Zeh and Wojciech Zurek identified the importance of a quantum system’s interaction with its external environment, a process called quantum decoherence. Some of a particle’s many possible realities rapidly evaporate as it encounters matter and radiation in its vicinity. Soon only one of the possible realities remains consistent with all the environmental interactions, explaining why, on the Human scale of time and size,
only one such reality is perceived.

Physicist David Deutsch believed that quantum computers would support the “many worlds” view  – that all possible realities exist, while Humans perceive just
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American physical chemist William D. Harkins proclaimed that the quantum theory
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reality needs
behind the curtain of Reality,
we can discover
the greatest dimension
of Love.

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My Dear Friends,
we can feel incredible Hope
soaring through of the Human Heart
towards Heaven,
as we listen to the extraordinary choir
of our emotions
Sing what the Heart

Take time to listen
 to the music
of kind words
and compassionate thoughts,
and you will discover
that God Loves
us all,
and Lives
in us.
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Beautiful words
of Loving Compassion
bring tears to your

can become
the most profound and powerful
consideration of Humanity.

The Beauty of your Heart,
reflected in the Benevolence
of your expression,
can become so comforting
in a time like this,
when the whole World is threatened
by dark clouds of uncertainty
and death.

your eyes unto the Heavens
and Pray for all to be well.
God is Listening.

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as we sing the Sacred Song
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can elevate the Spirit
and lighten the

You can create
your own Magic
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which is your Life,
as your own little World
of Beauty and Hope.
Let the World
simply glide around you.
Do not allow the dark shadows of the World
to bring you down.
Look only
for the Beauty and Wonder
in Life.

How wonderful it is
to discover the purpose of this short Life
on this Earth
The Truth
of Love. 

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What we seek
will be found by everyone
genuinely and humbly seeking
the True Pathway
in this Life.

has a Place
in every Heart.
He Lives
in this
this Song,
in this and every
Transcendental Experience.
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reaches deep into the Soul
and finds that place of expression
that cannot be matched.

There is a deep and abiding
at work in a way that touches
Hearts and Souls.

It reflects
the Euphoria
of Heaven.
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It gives us Hope
for all Humanity.

 This Spirituality
resides within Heartfelt and Heartwarming
outpourings of affection.

 Let us
celebrate this Life
and come to appreciate
the Truth
that sorrow and sadness
can eventually be replaced
by the Happy memories
that Forgiveness

The silent Beauty
of such reflection
can touch the Heart
and send a Tranquility of Gratitude
throughout Time
and Space. 
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is food for our Souls.
It is
Poetry of our Time.
we have the talent
to magically turn this Poetry
into Music of the moment,
into the Song
of Life.
 We can
touch other Souls
like very few ever have. 

My Dear Friends,
your Flame of Love
is still burning.
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Bring out the Beauty
in Life itself.
Your Love
can remind us all
of what it is to be

your Love
to all,
and you
will be

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Happiness is a Choice!
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As Aristotle said, Happiness is the meaning and the purpose of Life, the whole aim . . . of Human existence.” One of the greatest achievements we can attain in Life is leaving this World a better place than we found it. So, how can we make that a real accomplishment, and not just a Hope?

For one, we may need to re-think some of our attitudes about the sources of Happiness. Taking a fresh look at what we believe, can open up a world of possibilities.  Ultimately, Happiness boils down to small course corrections made daily.  They will help us to become happier people.

There are many people who are knowledgeable and highly educated, yet who are quite unhappy in their lives. They know intellectually the steps to happiness, but knowledge without application is really just education. We can learn all the things that contribute to true, lasting happiness, like gratitude, forgiveness, Love, and being of service, but if we don’t apply them in our life on a daily basis, not much will change.

The good news is, we have quite a bit of control over whether we are happy or not. Although much of our natural disposition for happiness is based upon our genetic makeup, and therefore varies from person to person, it is merely an inherited tendency, not our destiny. Our destiny is, and always will be, what we work toward, what we accomplish in our lives.

Happiness expert Sonja Lyubomirsky, a professor of psychology at the University of California-Riverside, compared the genetically determined happiness “set point” to our inherited tendency to stay thin or to put on weight. She wrote “All the set point means is that in the same way some people have to work on maintaining their weight, [a person] may have to work to achieve the same level of happiness as someone else. It may be harder, but it can be done.”  So if we’re not as happy as we’d like to be – we can actually do something about it. 

What Is Happiness, Anyway?

What does being happy feel like, and do we recognize happiness when we are experiencing it? Feeling happy can be defined as a sustainable sense of Spiritual contentment that arises from deep within. It is a condition of the Heart. It is not giddiness, silliness, or ecstasy. What many people don’t realize, though, is that Happiness is the result of many decisions made (whether consciously or unconsciously), to be Happy. 

There are many people who prefer to blame their unhappiness upon their circumstances, but if our Happiness were dependent upon our circumstances, then most people would rarely be Happy, because no one has a pain-free Life. We all experience many challenges, hardships, adversity, and disappointments. It’s a part of our human existence.

Dr. Viktor Frankl, the bestselling author of Man’s Search for Meaning and a renowned Austrian psychiatrist, survived the holocaust in Germany. While watching his fellow inmates in a Nazi concentration camp, he observed that all things could be taken from a man except the final freedom: the ability to choose how he will respond to any situation.  He wrote that “between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”  And I would add our Happiness.

Is Happiness Worth the Effort?

Is happiness truly worth the effort? Absolutely! There are many reasons why Life is more fulfilling when we’re Happy. Our Happiness, or lack thereof, influences our daily interactions and all of our relationships with others. If we’re Happy, we are much more likely to positively impact our spouse, our children, our neighbors, friends, our co-workers, and our community. The world is a better place when the Happiest version of each one of us is walking around.

Here are some additional reasons why the effort to become Happier is worth it:

1) Happiness is success:  Albert Schweitzer said that “Success is not the key to Happiness. 
Happiness is the key to success.”

2) Happiness is healthy: Our physical health is directly impacted by our emotional and mental state. Happier people tend to be healthier in every aspect of life.

3) Happiness is being connected: If I smile, make a polite gesture, or say something welcoming, the majority of people will respond in kind. 

4) Happiness is attractive: People are drawn to those who radiate Happiness, warmth, and positivity.

Our Happiness depends on the way we live our lives and how we view the world.  We each create the lens through which we view the world.

What About Stress and Happiness?

How often do you run into somebody, ask how they are, and hear the answer, 

“Oh, I’m all stressed out!” 

That has become so commonplace in our society, it’s almost synonymous with “good morning.” Imagine instead the following conversation:  

“How are you today?” 

“I’m doing great! I have zero stress in my Life!”

It sounds funny! In fact, many people wear their stress and busyness as if it were a badge of honor. Being over committed gives some people a false sense of value, almost like an unspoken “I’m busier than you, so I must be more important than you.” But that road can become filled with loneliness and regret farther down, as we realize that we’ve been spinning on our hamster wheel so long, that we’ve lost touch with the people and practices in our Lives that truly matter most. 

Sometimes we’re so busy, we even deprive ourselves of the most fundamental things: sleep and healthy food. Can you imagine having the following conversation with a child? 

“You need to stay on the computer until 2:00 a.m. to keep checking your email and read the news! 

“But Mom/Dad, I’m tired, I want to go to sleep!” 

“NO! Go back to the computer and check to see if you have any new emails!”  

Similarly, if a client is putting harmful substances in their body, I ask them if they would give it to their child, and the thought of doing so is shocking to them. But why is it so easy for us to say no to our kids (when it’s in their best interest), but not take care of ourselves? I believe it’s because we lack adequate self-parenting. Mismanagement of time and stress becomes a long-term neglect of our needs; it can make us physically sick or lead to emotional and mental breakdowns. 

Take Time Out to Contemplate:

So, how do we change our mindset from dealing with crises all the time to taking charge of our lives? We literally need to stop, ponder and meditate on the direction of our work, our relationships, and every other aspect of our lives. It’s a key ingredient to successfully managing our overall stress levels. I’ve had quite a few clients who are business executives that way too many hours. They don’t take time for themselves, and they become so overwhelmed, that their lifestyle is more reactive crisis management than crisis prevention. When doing executive coaching, I frequently have to ask,

“When was the last time you actually took a day or two off to contemplate, to think about the direction of your life? When did you last take time to do something others might think of as nonproductive, when you didn’t make appointments, go to meetings, close any deals, answer any phone calls, or return any emails? When, instead, you sat, pondered, and meditated about the direction of your life, the direction of your company, and/or the direction of your family?”

The typical push back is, “I can’t afford to take a day off!”

And my immediate response is, “You can’t afford NOT to take a day off!”

It is the same for the rest of us. To effectively manage our stress, we need to take time to ponder the direction our lives are taking. The result might be that you’ll make a necessary course correction. This may not only add quality (and quantity) years to your life, but it will also add balance and perspective. As a result, you’ll be a better spouse, employee, parent, friend and, ultimately, a better person. Your most vital relationships will receive the benefit of the best you, including your relationship with yourself.  

The difference between who you are and who you want to be, is what you do!  If happiness is what you seek, then reading, pondering, and applying, the 7 Paths to Lasting Happiness is a great way to begin!

Excerpted from 7 Paths to Lasting Happiness by Dr. Elia Gourgouris, with permission from the author and publisher.

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Sept. 7 – December 17   2021

Sept. 7 (TUESDAY)               First Day of First Semester
Oct. 11 (Monday)                   Columbus Day Holiday
Nov. 22 – 26                           Fall Break (and Thanksgiving)
Dec. 17                                   Last Day of Fall Semester

Second Semester

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Feb. 21  (Monday)                  Presidents’ Day Holiday
Mar. 14 – 18                           Spring Break Holiday
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Finding Meaning In Existence / Eclipse of the Sun Aug. 21 / Go 12 Hours Without Eating

“Your bodies are Temples of the Holy Spirit,
who is in you,
whom you have received from God?
You are not your own.
– 1 Corinthians 6:19

MORE REAL than material objects.

There is something
much more to Life,

than Life.

put your thinking caps on
and let’s go
for a walk.
Leave the Dog
at home.
He already instinctively

The existence of a Cosmic Consciousness
is put forward by Philosophers, Physicists and Theologians
based on the premises of non-materialistic explanations
of the mind,
asserting that consciousness is actually the

“Ground of ALL Being”.

In Quantum Mechanics,
the Grand Unified Field Theory
suggests that Reality
consists of eleven dimensions.
What are the Philosophical implications
of a Multidimensional Universe?
String theory now suggests
that the most basic substance
from which everything else is derived
This is a paradigm shift
in understanding the nature
of Ultimate Reality.
“If the Universe is a hologram,
in some sense it suggests
that there may be TWO
very drastically different levels of reality:

the concrete reality that we see when we look at [things],
and at some DEEP level
there’s a level of reality where everything dissolves
into an ocean of energy
that is holographically interconnected.

Consciousness generates a field effect,
similar to an electromagnetic field.
Like a magnet attracting a metal object
without having to touch the object,
consciousness is capable of interacting
with things at a distance. “
Michael Talbot:
Synchronicity and the Holographic Univers

An interview with Michael Talbot may be found
on Jeffrey Mishlove’s excellent online resource
Thinking Allowed.
I recommend you indulge your curiosity and visit this site,
or view Jeffrey’s Youtube Channel:

Spend some time,
My Friend,
getting to know
what we can never
truly understand.

Life is a mystery.
Everyone must stand alone.
I hear you call my name,
And it feels like home.

Just like a prayer,
your voice can take me there.

Just like a muse to me,
are a mystery

Just like a dream,
you are not what you seem.”
– Madonna Ciccone, Patrick Leonard

a Russian-American theoretical physicist,
professor of Physics at Stanford University,
and the father of “Eternal Chaotic Inflation”,
and one of the main authors of the Inflationary Universe Theory,
as well as the theory of the inflationary multiverse.

He considered that consciousness,
like space-time,

might have its own intrinsic degrees of Freedom,
and that one’s perceptions may be as real,
or even “MORE” REAL
than material objects.

Quantum Theory
is now used to explain certain properties
of the mind.
New hypotheses of consciousness and space-time
explain consciousness by describing
a “space of conscious elements“,
often encompassing a number of extra dimensions.
These are dimensions
we are just now becoming aware of.
But Poets
and writers of Song
have long been aware
that there is more to Life,
than Life.
“Do not stand at my grave and weep
I am not there; I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow,
I am the diamond glints on snow,
I am the sun on ripened grain,
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning’s hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry,
I am not there;
I did not die.”
– Mary Elizabeth Frye
Mary never copyrighted the poem. Her explanation:
“I thought it belonged to the world; it didn’t belong to me.
It was written out of Love
  Emanating from a burst of compassion
and deep insight into the
Nature of Ultimate Reality,

it has endured and became famous.

Photo: Paul T. P. Wong

Allow me to recommend:
Paul T. P. Wong, a Canadian clinical psychologist and professor.
His research career has made significant contributions in learning theory, social cognition, existential psychology, and positive psychology. He is most known for his integrative work on death acceptance, meaning therapy, and second wave positive psychology.

Wong’s career straddles psychology and Christian ministry. He first served as the Founding Pastor of the Chinese Gospel Church in Toronto and started the Peterborough Chinese Christian Fellowship while teaching at Trent University. He was involved in resettling the boat people and started the graduate program in counseling psychology at Trinity Western University.

Wong’s integration of existential & positive psychology resulted in Existential Positive Psychology, which recognizes the existential concerns of human existence.
This was broadened and based on the foundation of
the co-existence of opposites
as essential for human development.

Wong has given positive psychology away through his
Meaningful Living MeetUp group.
Participants learn basic principles of meaning
and new ways of relating to each other.
This outreach program was intended
to improve mental health.

“When you’ve experienced everything
that this culture offers,
you will see how
empty it is,”

Pastor Greg Laurie
author of: Steve McQueen: The Salvation of an American Icon

Wong’s emphasis is on the importance
of cross-cultural perspectives
in stress and coping and positive psychology.

His research on death acceptance
and the meaning of Life
impacted Taiwan’s Life and Death Education.
He was awarded the 12th Global Love of Life Medal,
the Lifetime Achievement Award in Life Education,
and the Rising Great Compassion Award.
I invite you to
read more:

“From this dark, cold hotel room,
and the endlessness that you fear

you are pulled from the wreckage
of your silent reverie.

In the arms of an Angel;
may you find some comfort here.”

– by Sarah McLachlan

  Viktor Frankl

Wong developed a pluralistic and integrative meaning therapy. And it was based on Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy, an existential analysis focusing on Kierkegaard’s
will to meaning.

Logotherapy was founded upon the belief that it is the striving to find a meaning in one’s life that is the primary, most powerful motivating and driving force in Humans.

A short introduction to this system is given in Frankl’s most famous book, Man’s Search for Meaning,
in which he outlines how his theories
helped him to survive the Holocaust
and how that experience further developed
and reinforced his theories.
There are Logotherapy Institutes around the world.
click here for more information

Logotherapy is a form of existential analysis.
Man’s Search for Meaning
was published under a different title in 1959:
Nevertheless, Say “Yes” to Life:
A Psychologist Experiences the Concentration Camp.

It chronicles his experiences as a concentration camp inmate,
which led him to discover the importance
of finding meaning in all forms of existence,
even the most brutal ones,
and thus, a reason to continue living.

Remembering Olivia Penpraze February 2, 1993 – April 3 2012

I encourage you
to discuss
the meaning of this Life
with your precious children.
If you need a reason
click here.

Every child on Earth
wants to know
that there is deep meaning
for the Gift
of our existence.
The need to know that
Love exists,
and that
Love them.

Logotherapeutic views and treatment

“A man hears
what he wants to hear

and disregards the rest.”
– Simon & Garfunkel

“Let me go where’er I will
I hear a sky-born music still:
It sounds from all things old,
It sounds from all things young,
From all that’s fair, from all that’s foul,
Peals out a cheerful song.


It is not only in the Rose,
It is not only in the bird,
Not only where the rainbow glows.
Nor in the song of woman heard,
But in the darkest meanest things
There always, always something sings.

’Tis not in the high stars alone,
Nor in the cup of budding flowers,
Nor in the red-breast’s mellow tone,
Nor in the bow that smiles in showers,
                                        But in the mud and scum of things
                                     There always, always
                                      something sings.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson

On August 21, 2017, millions of people across the United States
will see nature’s most wondrous spectacle
— a total eclipse of the Sun.
It is a scene of unimaginable beauty;
the Moon completely blocks the Sun,
daytime becomes a deep twilight,
and the Sun’s corona shimmers
in the darkened sky.

Going at least 12 hours without eating
has pretty amazing weight-loss benefits,
a new Salk Institute study has found.
There’s a growing body of research
that says when you eat
really does make a difference
in how much you weigh.
read more

“Your body is more prone to burn fat
at certain times of day and store fat at other times,”
says Satchin Panda, PhD, associate professor
in the Regulatory Biology Laboratory
at the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California.

New studies reveal that to burn the most fat,
you need to go 12 hours without eating
– say, from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m.
So it’s smart to time your calorie intake accordingly.
Read on for the science backed rules
that will help you use the clock
to shed excess pounds.

To keep pounds off,
don’t eat after dark.
you may eat
during the eclipse!)

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The Beautiful Tapestry of Life / What Children Need Most / Classes Resume on January 5

with all the Love
in my Heart
to our daughter
born on a very special and Sacred
December 29.
On that precious day
we truly felt
the Love of God.

“The love of God
is greater far

than tongue or pen
can ever tell.”
– Frederick Lehman


“Blessed is he,
who in the name of charity and good will,
Shepherds the weak
through the valley of darkness,
for he is truly his Brother’s keeper
and the finder of lost Children.”
– Ezekiel 25:17


Love is the most Beautiful thing on Earth.

An Existential dimension
is woven into the Beautiful Tapestry of Life.

Existentialism is a realm of Philosophy
concerned with
the meaning of Human existence.
It looks closely at Love,
and the meaning of Life,
and at death.
It looks at how we deal with
and value
the meaning of our own
very brief existence.


           I exist for you.

 As parents of a precious child,
this existential dimension leads us
to questions
later in Life:

Who was I?
What was my purpose in Life?
Where was my existence directed?
What did I achieve in Life?
What was the meaning of my Life
to others?

But, in reflection,
as the parent
of a new born child,
your Heart simply said:

I am here.
I exist.
And I exist for you.
I will let nothing harm you.
My words will always welcome
and warm you.
Let me be everything you are.
Let me dry your tears
and always be beside you,
to guard you and guide you,
and Love you
until the end
of time.


          It is your Light.

Such is the Love
of a Mother and a Father
for their precious

Such is the Love
of your Father in Heaven above
for you.

“Verily, verily, I say unto thee –
ye must be born again”
– John 3:5,7

My Dear Friends,
your child is born
And the answers
to Life’s existential questions
may be found
in the very first moment
you held your newborn

I am here.
I exist.
And I exist for you.


Let me guard you and guide you.

You can venture into
sophisticated aspects
of Love.

But this Love,
this Existential Love,
cannot be conveyed
in mere words.

It is
your shelter from the storm,
your light,
your freedom
from ever knowing
the night.

This Love will follow you
wherever you go,
because it never left you.
It will guide you
when you never have to
think about it.

My Friends,
the manner we choose

to Live and Love
becomes Life,
a truly beautiful
Existential existence.
It blossoms
as the Truth
and is the same Love
God feels for His Child,

Or Love and Life
can become
a Lie.


It has been searching for you.

is the simplest thing on Earth,
the most powerful,
and the most beautiful.

To find it
all we need do
is surrender
our Heart.
And to whom
do we surrender
our fragile Hearts?

To everyone.

Love existential,
My Dear Friends,
will find you.
It has been searching for you.
Look around.
You will see it
in the eyes of everyone,
and every Living thing
you meet.
You felt such Love
on the day
of your Child’s birth,
and on the day
your were born.

has a Heart,
a Human Heart,
that longs to Love

Like you.



    This Love will follow you.


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    A truly beautiful Existential existence.

“Love is the only way to grasp another human being
in the innermost core of his personality.
No one can become fully aware
of the very essence of another human being
unless he loves him.

For the first time in my life
victorI saw the truth
as it is set into song by so many poets,
proclaimed as the final wisdom by so many thinkers.
The truth –
that Love is the ultimate and highest goal
to which man can aspire.
Then I grasped the meaning
of the greatest secret that human poetry
and human thought and belief have to impart:
The salvation of man
is through love
and in love.”

Viktor E. Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning


         Through love and in love.

Important Dates 
(subject to change)

Jan. 5 (Thursday)                     Second Semester begins

Jan. 16 (Monday)                      Rev. Dr. Martin L. King Holiday

Jan. 20                                       Fort Worth Stock Show

Feb. 20 (Monday)                      President’s Day Holiday

Mar. 13-17                                  Spring Break Holidays

April 14  & 17 (Fri. & Mon.)      Good Friday & Easter

April 28                                     Scarborough Renaissance Festival

May 22-26                                 Adventure Trip

May 26                                      Last Day of Semester


Love existential will find you.