Living Real

The words of Patrick Henry: “Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, almighty God! I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!”

Is our physical comfort so important that we ignore, compromise, or neglect or spiritual needs?  Do we even have a clear picture of the needs for our soul?

We are told in our operators manual that our appetites will be satisfied if we ‘hunger and thirst’ for those things that are right.  If our life plan is to search for the Truth our Master Teacher promises that if we, “… [his] teachings  [we] will know the truth and it will set [us] free.”  Pretty exciting stuff.


Dr. P. Blosser has some interesting starting points.

“These inner hungers must be fed through a …person’s life. Adults have a deep and joyous responsibility to feed the souls of those around them.  [We need to live  by structure and order, [have] focus and a vision, expand our soul awareness, create/give consciously, practice mindful reflection and contemplation. When [our lives are lived in this consciousness we] will reach for fulfillment and [our] souls will be fed, producing much happiness and well-being….”

Dr. Pamela Blosser has dedicated her life to teaching in a variety of fields from camp counselor to English as a second language to meditation. In 1977 she graduated with honors from the Montessori Training Center in England. Dr. Blosser presently  is a faculty member and director of the College Preparatory Camp for children.

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