1. The more things seem to change the more they stay the same.
2. Everything you experience about His-Story is always in the Now.
Is the story true?
Are you absolutely sure?
How do you react when you read or hear about the story?
What if the story is only a half-truth?
What if the story is not true at all?
As a result of learning about the story, what do you plan to do differently?
As a result of learning about the story, how do you plan to think differently?
....You see the duty of how we act always falls back on us.
The story is neutral. It has no meaning other than the meaning you are giving it.
3. We live in a world of perception and at any given time there are 7.9 billion perceptions happening.
4. Do you believe you have a history? Where's your proof?
Or should I say "POOF" because history is gone again - bye-bye - never to return.
Your personal history always crowds out the present moment of NOW!
5. “A universal theology is impossible, but a universal experience is not only possible but necessary.
History can't save us.
Love can not only save humanity, it's the only thing that can.
6. No one needs history to be kind and loving.
No one needs history to learn what hurts and what doesn't.
No one needs history to see everyone as innocent.
No one needs history to forgive.
7. History is nothing more than the procrastination of doing what's right today.
8. Not much has changed with history.
9. History books are woefully incomplete.
They don't even come close to telling the whole story.