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Lee Hager

Lee Hager
Lee and Steven Hager are the authors of The Beginning of Fearlessness: Quantum Prodigal Son and Religious or Spiritual? Since childhood, Lee and Steven were determined to know Ultimate Reality. They spent over 25 years as dedicated Christian teachers, but never felt directly connected to Source. Their many questions eventually led to excommunication and a renewed determination to find God. They persisted in their search for several years, but kept finding the same disappointing answers. Frustrated by severe chronic illnesses, family and financial problems, and their seeming failure to find God, they made a suicide pact. Before carrying it out, they prayed one last time, but this prayer, and the result, was very different than anything they had experienced before. Instead of asking for what they wanted, they laid aside all their personal preferences and preconceived ideas. For the first time, they were willing to accept any message they received as long as it resulted in a connection with Source. The answer they received came from a combination of very unlikely sources: quantum physics and the gnostic gospels. They suddenly realized that science and spirituality create a powerful synergy that can transform our lives and wake us to the realization that we can never be disconnected from Source. For more information about Lee and Steven, visit their website and blog at http://www.thebeginningoffearlessness.com
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What is Humility?

Most religions promote humility as an essential quality necessary to gaining God’s favor. The Bible has at least 70 verses that refer to humility. For example, Luke 14:11 promises that t...

Marking Time

Few of us would be surprised to learn that clocks and calendars were among the earliest human inventions. Nature itself has given us day and night, seasonal changes and the heavens as markers, ...

The Owl and the Phoenix

When Jesus encouraged his followers to stop treasuring material things and instead “store up treasures in heaven,” some believe that he was teaching them to delay gratification; to ...
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Contentment

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Each moment from all sides rushes to us the summons to Love. Do you want to come with us? —Rumi Western civilizations revere brain intelligence to the point that we’ve all but f...
Imagine attending a concert where the musicians are playing the harp, piano, violin or cello with missing strings. You were expecting a sweet melody, and you still hear many of the notes, but th...

The Fear of Life

Mark Twain, a brilliant observer, once said, “The fear of death follows the fear of life.” It’s common to see people cling to life at almost any cost. We assume that it’...
These days, the words heaven and hell are quite often thought of as descriptors or metaphors for a life experience rather than actual abodes in the spirit realm. Although the terms are used lightly...
Unlike culture, which flows freely from the people, society is constructed by political, economic, religious, community and corporate leaders to fit their particular worldview. Societies, like ...
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