Fingerprints of God Fran Blackwell leads a colorful and creative life that has included jazz singing, dancing with snakes, and traveling the world as a free-spirited artist and speaker. She was married to Ed Blackwell, renowned jazz drummer and has three children, nine gr
Enjoying the solitude of the unconditional love Coming from Within She had no doubt His voice was the one she would never forget. It played a symphony down her spine. Embraced her in laughter As he sang his songs to her heart. His smile resonated her Soul. His loneliness was Matched by her patience. Beloved…
Calvin Nicholls is an artist unlike any other. Since 1986, he’s been renowned for his signature paper-cutting technique, which results in three-dimensional art that plays with both light and shadow. A passionate animal lover, most of Calvin’s art features wildlife, from birds to bears and everything in between. The Canadian paper sculptor is a master at delicately and intricately scoring... View Article
Singing HU or chanting your secret word enhances your life and gives you strength. HU is a holy name for God which will lift you into the higher worlds.
But the name itself has even more meaning behind it. I would like to recommend a spiritual exercise which will be very beneficial to you in finding it out for yourself.
As you chant each long, drawn-out HU outwardly, keep asking inwardly, "What is HU?" Repeat the question mentally as many times as is comfortable for you, maybe two or three. In other words, with each outward HU, you are asking within, "What is HU? What is HU? What is HU?"
—Sri Harold Klemp The Spiritual Exercises of ECK
The Spiritual Exercises of ECK By Harold Klemp A how-to collection of 131 spiritual exercises for spiritual growth and upliftment.
Available at local and online bookstores and the Eckankar Online Bookstore
Mr and Mrs came by today To share their Joy with me. How I liked their baby. Did I hear him squawk with glee? Did I like his brand new feather coat? Was I not happy as could be? Well, yes I was glad to see the young one. I really was impressed. But to…
Photo by mhf Jasper September 2008 Always knowing Never searching She Knew He was her friend. Never searching Always knowing With life she could contend. Always knowing Never searching She dreamed him in the night. He was waiting Never searching Always knowing She'd be on the distant shore He'd stop searching He'd be knowing…
150 Stories is an ongoing initiative of the Our Canada project in which the CRRF publishes one story per week for 150 weeks. Inspired by Canada‘s upcoming sesquicentennial, 150 Stories pays tribute to Canada‘s diversity, democratic principles and multiculturalism by telling the stories of remarkabl...
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