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It has been described as “a candid memoir” on how misguided religion can become and what can be done to restore a vital religious or spiritual life.
It calls for an end to religious dogmatism and narrow-mindedness and the consequential crisis of faith that is driving millions to question lifelong beliefs, change religions, or abandon religion altogether.
The Giving Myths makes the compelling case that the highest purpose of human existence is to give yourself away and generously share your abundance with the world.
Being generous isn’t the way to happiness, it is happiness.
The life you’ve always wanted cannot be found in things such as career, relationships, personal achievements, or, as Steve McSwain puts it, “…in your trials, tragedies, trophies or triumphs. It is found instead in learning the skill of getting outside of yourself and freely giving yourself away in the service of others. The Giving Myths shows readers how.
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Dr. Steve’s McSwain’s Blog Posts
Your life purpose! Can you say with certainty what IS the purpose of your life? Oh, I suppose you can and people do… All the time. But is it real? Or, are they just deceiving themselves? I, for one, cannot say with certainty — not with absolute certainty what my life purpose is: Over the […]
The Rich, the Walls, and Why the Donald’s Vision is No Vision This is one of the more familiar passages of sacred scripture (Luke 16:19-31). But it is not about rich people in hell or poor people in heaven. Its not even about heaven or hell. It would do us well to read it again […]
Real Fear (and, the Other Kind) There are two kinds of fear…real fear and…well…the other kind. Real fear is familiar to everyone. It’s the body’s natural reaction to a threat. It’s the immediate and natural physical reaction to anything, or anyone, that threatens your life… It’s what you feel when you slam on your brakes, […]
Judge Not..." said Jesus. Therein lies our problem. You judge in another what you deny may also be in you.
The Meaning of Faith Faith: What is faith? Content? Doctrines of our church? The stuff you believe? The stuff we believe? What the Church believes? What our church believes? Your beliefs? Their beliefs? Our beliefs? Which is it? Maybe none of the above. Faith may be less about “content” and more about “conduct”? Not as […]
Forgive Yourself Forgive yourself. Hm. That’s not what we normally talk about, is it? It’s usually about asking for forgiveness or seeking someone else’s forgiveness. And then, there’s that sticky problem of what you are to do when you say to someone, “I have wronged you. I am sorry. Please forgive me,” and they don’t? […]
Stress is caused, is it not, by the internal dialogue – the incessant mental noise – that expresses itself in words and attitudes such as, “This should not be happening.” Peace of Mind I wrestle with this almost daily. There are many things that come into my life that are unwanted. Do you ever have […]
Pam, my spouse, loves puzzles. This is one of her latest. I’m pretty sure she got this one to put together alongside Charlie and Mason, two of our grandchildren. As you can see, it is assembled enough now to tell it’s a picture of the ocean and its varied sea creatures. I don’t have much […]
Live By Faith But how? The 6th century Greek philosopher named Xenophanes wrote: “If horses had gods, they would look like horses.” Explains why I grew up thinking of God as this big dude (a bigger and unlimited version of me) in the sky who was neither limited nor weak like I am but who […]
Snowflake in Winter Want to bring yourself instantly into the Eternal Presence? And, there remain? Forever? Do this… At the very moment a thought of God pops into your head… At the precise instant a sensation comes over you that is nothing short of sacred…like that feeling you might get at opening the shades on […]