About this blog.

1. Life is a succession of choices for each one of us; little and big choices, millions of choices and it is our choices, decided by our “state of mind” (mentality) which advance or obstruct our spiritual growth. We tend to pay attention to big decisions (choices) and ignore the small, frequent decisions (choices). These choices are the brushstrokes that paint the big picture of our spiritual makeup – our spiritual state of being.

The questions posted here are as a guide to you on your path to enlightenment and ask you the question, ‘Quo vadis?’ meaning whither goest thou or, in this context, which way are you heading?

It is not necessary to answer these questions here but you may do so if you wish after, I hope, careful thought.

Feel free to ask questions.

2. TO READ THE QUESTIONS click POSTS in the black panel above.

I wish you a successful journey.

3. GUEST POSTING

09.05.12. I have realised that guests may like to contribute their own questions here; something, I feel, that would enhance this blog so I have decided to do this.

If you wish to contribute let me know by way of a comment below and I will make you a “Contributor”.

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FOR DIRECT CONTACT USE THE FORM IMMEDIATELY BELOW AND TO COMMENT ON THIS POST USE THE REPLY OPTION FURTHER DOWN.

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6 Responses to About this blog.

  1. Ian Gardner says:

    GUEST POSTING.
    I have added to “About this blog” something that would be of interest to some of you so please read it at #3 Guest Posting – above.

  2. oakworld says:

    Phew!You got plenty of questions which has no answer.And when a question cannot be answered,it only means that you have discovered Truth.Interesting.OAK’s dumbstruck.Keep questioning????????

    • Ian Gardner says:

      My friend, you have been, it seems, reading all the questions at once. Even in life questions only come one at a time [although the “mind” (moul) often makes them seem to all come at once!] so tackle on at a time and you will probably find the answers 🙂
      Don’t forget: Life is a succession of choices!

      • oakworld says:

        That,so true..will keep that in mind always.

      • Ian Gardner says:

        Let me add to my previous comment thus:
        If one eats a large loaf of bread at one sitting one gets indigestion but if one eats a slice at a time the bread is easily digested.

  3. Ian Gardner says:

    Because I cannot find a way to welcome, individually, those who follow this blog I now say, WELCOME, and may the experience be helpful to you!
    Ian.

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