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Journey On with Dave Schmelzer logo
Here's a deep-wisdom path to fulfilling your potential that you most likely haven't explored.
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Blue Ocean World logo
Being listened to is so close to being loved that most people cannot tell the difference.
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Journey On with Dave Schmelzer
Meet the new podcast that explores a spirituality that might open new avenues for experiencing God.
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Blue Ocean World logo
Can we take a big, spiritual step forward without pulling way back?
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Blue Ocean World logo
It's pretty great to let our guard down among like-minded friends.
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Blue Ocean World : Finding New Ways to Connect with God
Most people who stick with faith find that forms which are very important for them along the journey fade as fresh pathways to God show themselves. Litanist Fran Pratt walks us through one journey along these lines.
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Justice and joyfulness can seem at odds, but perhaps they start from the same place.
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Blue Ocean World: What Dying Teaches Us About Living
It turns out that the standard wisdom about relationships offering the meaning of life is even more true than we gave it credit for.
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Blue Ocean World: More Joy is a Good Thing
The Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu know a whole lot about finding joy in a life surrounded by suffering. (A hint: It involves a surprising take on the role of compassion.)
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Blue Ocean World: Rethinking Tolkien and Lewis.
Have your first impressions of Tolkien and Lewis changed?
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Blue Ocean World:  It's Shocking How Hard We Are on Ourselves
David McKee, a counselor and Benedictine oblate, draws some fascinating connections between our ability to learn compassion towards ourselves (he's got spiritual practices to suggest along those lines) and stepping out into the world.
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Everyone has self-image issues tied in with eating.
Everyone has self-image issues tied in with eating. Amy Carlson has talked around the country about joyful ways through them--and how churchgoing both helps us and offers some challenges.
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Christians Exploring Other Religions
Maybe we each have a threshold for exploration that's important to discover and honor?
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Are there ways in which Christians and Buddhists have a common cause, spiritually?
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