Tune in as hosts Cythia James and Jordan Paul chat with NYT Best selling author of the Conversations with God series, Neale Donald Walsch on tuning into one
In his own inimitable down-to-earth style, Neale discusses how by changing our cultural thinking we can create a better world both personally and universally. Rather than trying to legislate the Ten Commandments he says, “We must think of them as Moses intended, as Ten Commitments that flow naturally when we are connected to God in our hearts.” Neale shares his belief that, “Oneness means that we are living in a unified reality, everything is a manifestation of one thing and that one thing is what many people call God or if you please the essence, or primal energy of the universe. When we know that all things are one thing, then we can interact or use this one thing in a way that produces the life that we wish to have, as well as work with others to create what most of us want on the planet.”
Neale Donald Walsch had a distinguished career in communications arts before retiring to pursue his vision of a world in which people no longer live in fear of God, or of each other. He has written more than twenty books on spirituality and its practical application in everyday life, including the multimillion-selling “With God” series.www.NealeDonaldWalsch.com
This weeks everyday Hero: Tamdin Wangdu is the founder of the Tibetan Village Project a non-profit, non-political organization dedicated to promoting sustainable development while preserving the rich cultural heritage of Tibet.
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