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I'm revisiting my former stamping ground but anywhere would have done for this. I expect there will be an 'old' member or two who remembers me. πŸ™‚

I contribute elsewhere and needed to pass on some information from a long way back and wasn't certain I knew where to look. With persistence I managed to get close to what I was looking for (ca 2003 I'd guessed) and being here took me back to the time before HP changed its structure, a long time ago when discussion forums played a bigger role on the website and I knew the contributors.

Anyway, nice to be back briefly. πŸ™‚

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Effectively yes, however once the principles are known greater things can be accomplished than just healing.

an interesting notion

We actually do have influence as regards our potential. Sadly many do not try to understand the building blocks of creation and only rely on handed down guidance, which although it may seem adequate, does not allow for progress.

But those who do understand it have achieved what?

If you look at what Jesus is credited with as regards "miracles". to the scientific mind they are not miracles but applications of energies, which we are all capable of doing, as Jesus himself confirmed..

To some scientific minds there never were any such events, often called miracles. That apart the rest remains conjecture until proven....

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an interesting notion

But those who do understand it have achieved what?

To some scientific minds there never were any such events, often called miracles. That apart the rest remains conjecture until proven....

I suppose it all depends on what one classes as achievement !
Understanding Einstein's relativity theory in relation to creation could be called an achievement whereas others may not have the slightest interest.
Helping to lose the fear of cancer may also be classed as an achievement.

Everything does remain conjecture until proven, and that is why there are people who are prepared to venture "outside the box" to get a better understanding of a subject. Without them we would still be living in the cave.

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Omg...I feel like in live in a cave..mostly on a airplane. Lol. Interesting!

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Called in again just to see if there's anything new and interesting on the forum boards.... Oh dear there haven't been many topic discussions since I last visited. It seems forum-based websites just aren't very popular nowadays. Even on my regular one it's not that active.:(

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Hello Mac,

Just noticed your name on another thread and thought I'd say hi! I'm very sad that HP is a shadow of its former self - there were so many lovely people and it always felt so safe here. I've been on a couple of FB groups (loathe it) but oh my goodness, when you get trolls and vile language - no, HP was never like that. Why people like FaceBook is totally beyond me.

I have only popped in here since I finished a mammoth thread on WW1 on Nov 11th last year on the Christianity pages.

Hope all is well with you and yours.

Love and peace.

Judy

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Hello Mac,

Just noticed your name on another thread and thought I'd say hi! I'm very sad that HP is a shadow of its former self - there were so many lovely people and it always felt so safe here. I've been on a couple of FB groups (loathe it) but oh my goodness, when you get trolls and vile language - no, HP was never like that. Why people like FaceBook is totally beyond me.

I have only popped in here since I finished a mammoth thread on WW1 on Nov 11th last year on the Christianity pages.

Hope all is well with you and yours.

Love and peace.

Judy

Hi Judy

It's a long time since we were regulars here. πŸ™

My view is that spiritually-focussed, forum-based websites are totally out of fashion. The Facebook format doesn't suit me but I expect many potential website newbies - here and elsewhere - are drawn by their overall fascination with FB's speciality pages. Thankfully I'm too old for any such nonsense! πŸ™‚

I do, though, contribute to and administrate a spiritual/afterlife website and I am a regular contributor to a couple of others. They service my interest in discussions about those topics. HP is definitely no longer the place I once enjoyed coming to but fashions change and we have to adapt as best we are able. πŸ™‚

I'm doing fine, thanks, and enjoying the Arizona sunshine with my wife. I hope all is well with you and yours too.

with love, mac

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Hi Mac,

Thanks for your quick reply! The sunshine sounds great! πŸ˜‰ We've got some here today, but it's very watery...

I'm glad you've made and found a good space for yourself and I'm sure it's helping others. I ended up "by accident" on a website that was originally where people asked questions and academics answered them. (Begins with Q) It's not FB format and what I like is that you can go back and edit anytime. Sadly they have started advertising and paying people for questions and it is now flooded with silly nonsense, but if you spend hours wading through, there is some really good content and I'm contributing (only answers) in all sorts of areas.

I'd rather still be on HP all the time, but it started to feel like one-hand clapping. πŸ™

All the best Mac.

Love and peace,

Judy x

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I'm still here. πŸ˜€

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I know Giles - bless you! HP really wouldn't be the same without you. πŸ˜‰

I am going to start a new thread in Christianity soon - one the equality of the sexes and in particular, one woman who broke through the glass ceiling of the British parliament - Nancy Astor. More later!

Love and peace,

Judy

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