On 4/19/15, 12:31 AM, Dante Palazzolo wrote:
“They wonder why I don’t speak professionally, that I do on purpose because lately I’ve realized professionally can show dishonestly and I need my people to know I am brutally honest.”
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On 6/1/15, 6:53 PM, Maria Wade wrote:
What does that mean? Exactly. You can speak professionally without speaking dishonestly
On 6/1/15, 8:34 PM, Mamie Smith wrote:
I suppose the answer to your question depends on how one defines “honesty.” I believe true honesty comes from recognizing and obeying divine law, and one can do that professionally as well as non-professionally. There is however, a marked difference between materiality and spirituality. . . one is human logic, and the other is divine understanding.
On 6/1/15, 11:20 PM, Maria Wade wrote:
Thanks for explaining Mamie, I am having a difficult time in my life regarding this very thing, knowing the difference between materiality and spirituality, human logic really, does not equate to divine understanding. And it is sometimes very difficult to live in a world of those that are very black and white. Those that we love, who look at the world and events that take place and judge it by how It may look, good or bad on paper, simple math, but when you look at the equation on paper the problem solving seems so simple it ads up. But under divine order, human logic is only an illusion. I ask myself what exactly is the divine order? Sometimes I think I know the answer but then other days I feel as if I have a long way to go……….True honesty? with ourselves? How do we know if we are obeying divine law? where do we truly know what the divine law is?
On 6/2/15, 6:07 AM, Mamie Smith wrote:
I have written many articles expressing the very foundation of your questions, one that comes to mind is “What is Spirituality?” You will find it on my blog entitled “Open Thought.” Here is the link: http://smithmamie.com/?p=1803. You may have to copy and paste it.
Each day, I strive to add to my true identity. I hope this helps.
Thanks Mamie, I am definitely going to check this out this evening. Thank you for getting back with me. I am definitely struggling with the Spirituality part of me. It seems that Spirituality and Human logic are always at war with me.
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October 16, 2015 at 3:43 pm
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