Monthly Archives: February 2011

“Say, I am you” by Rumi

I am dust particles in sunlight. I am the round sun. To the bits of dust I say, Stay. To the sun, Keep moving. I am morning mist, and the breathing of evening. I am wind in the top of … Continue reading

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Theodemocracy (via By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog)

On April 7th, 1842, Joseph Smith received a revelation instructing the establishment of a new organization parallel to the church. Since its inception, this organization has been referred to as the Council of Fifty, though the true name is quite … Continue reading

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Is this Joseph Smith?

Considering all the commotion over the supposed daguerreotype photo of Joseph Smith that has been going around like wildfire (which the Church has not authenticated), I thought I might post this new proposed photo of Joseph Smith. This one actually looks much … Continue reading

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Book Review: The American Religion by Harold Bloom

An extremely interesting and insightful work that delves deep into the American religious subconscious. A must read for anyone! (Buy on Amazon.com) From Publisher’s Weekly: “Without knowing it, American worshipers have moved away from Christianity and now embrace pre-Christian Gnosticism, … Continue reading

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