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Aslan is on the Move

In Engage, Think by Dieter Randolph

This morning I happened to be listening to LeRoy White; his “Dance like a Lion” song has always been one of my favorites. It, and LeRoy himself, never fails to …

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The Tao of Bill Murray

In Engage by Dieter Randolph

Bill Murray is my spirit animal.  If you know me, you’ve heard me say that once or twice.  I’ve never known why exactly, but I’ve always been a huge fan, …

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The Little Me and the Great Me

In Engage by Dieter Randolph

Do you remember the first children’s book you read by yourself? For me, and a lot of other Unity babies, it was Lou Austin’s The Little Me and the Great …

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The Art of Spiritual Healing

In Engage by Dieter Randolph

I’m a huge Joel Goldsmith fan.  There are some differences, some more significant than others, between what he’s saying and what Unity might say, but knowing your Goldsmith will absolutely …

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The Story of Unity

In Engage by Dieter Randolph

You might have a copy of this book already.  At the very least, you know you ought to read it.  Let’s double down on that.  You ought to read it. …

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X Marks the Thought

In Engage by Dieter Randolph

I started college when I was 13.  My age and situation pretty much guaranteed stratospheric self-esteem levels.  Not for long, though.  The honeymoon ended quickly for all kinds of reasons, …

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Working with God

In Engage by Dieter Randolph

When somebody asks me what Unity book they should start with, I do what the Fillmores did and toss them a copy of Lessons in Truth.  LIT is our primary …

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New Book: So Far, So Good

In Engage by Dieter Randolph

My latest book, So Far, So Good: Miscellaneous Writings, 2009-2015, is now available on Amazon and iBooks, and I’d love for you to take a look.  The book is a …

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Nonsense

In Engage by Dieter Randolph

When a good friend of mine loaned me a copy of Nonsense: The Power of Not Knowing, I was a little skeptical.  I’m so used to finding watered-down versions of …

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Past Okay in Seven Days

In Visit by Dieter Randolph

So I wrote a book. It’s not very long (I designed it to be read and really worked through in seven days), but the journey to get it to you …