We are all so in love with each other but seem to have amnesia about our oneness in love. In the sleep of forgetfulness “we tried it on our own, but deep inside we knew we would be back to set things straight.” (Peter Cetera and Cher, “After All”) The roles we seem to take on in this world give rise to confusion and conflict. Even though these roles change and repeat in time, every step we take on our inward journey takes us back to our source and true reality. In the end, we remember how it is meant to be with God, “forever you and me, after all.”


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David Hoffmeister

Modern-day mystic, author, and a living demonstration of A Course in Miracles.


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