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Monday, April 25, 2011

April 24: Easter Sunday: How To Hitch Your Soul to a Living Comet

Celebrate the joy of renewal by looking at Jesus’ last blessings to us all. Looking at this from the Aramaic translations, we celebrate the joy of blessings and renewal of spirit as our soul awakens to resurrection. Listen/Download Sherry's Easter reasoning by clicking below:

EASTER SUNDAY: HOW TO HITCH YOUR SOUL TO A LIVING COMET

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

April 17: Palm/Rock Sunday

At Spirit Space, Palm Sunday is celebrated differently than traditionally expected. Palm Sunday is about Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem . A little spoken of wisdom says that the rocks were more central than the palms. Come find out what this is all about to the story. To listen to or download Sherry's reasoning, click below:

http://www.divshare.com/download/14604191-ba9

April 10: One Solitary Life

What was Jesus’ purpose and message? What made a man born in an obscure village, with questionable beginnings become one of the most celebrated, worshipped figures of all time? Who was this Jesus? What are the principles of his teachings that can truly change lives? To listen to or download Sherry's reasoning, click below:

http://www.divshare.com/download/14545689-9c0

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Sunday, April 3, 2011

April 3: The Crucifixion Story

The month of April is filled with Christian tradition. It started last month with Lent. Then Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter morning. It is all about the life of a man called Jesus. A man of mystery and mysticism. This month’s reasonings will be dedicated to some of the Life and Teachings of Jesus.

Instead of ending the month with this story, Sherry has chosen to begin the series with this story. It is central to most Christian thought. Sherry asks the question, What is the Truth? A man whose life was about love and healing has a religion named after him that is about one of the most bloody abusive acts of humanity. We will look at this story from the Biblical, historical and metaphorical contexts.

Listen/Download the reasoning here: