Diary Of A Seeker

Tales & Anecdotes Of A Life Student

Volume 1

A revelation into the majesty of personal spiritual fulfilment, which our often insecure and self-serving egos fight to deny our higher spirits and each other. How astute introspection and reflection opens our minds and hearts to an inner and higher awareness that eventually awakens the Christ consciousness.

After ages of unconscious slumber and through multiple incarnations of oblivion and status seeking, do we awaken to our true divinity and immortality.

This is a collective treatise told in near daily tales of our soul’s wondrous progression and the beauty of our spiritual struggles. Through the divine guidance of conscience and the laws of karma, do we earn our way back to the rapture of Nirvana.


Excerpt 1

“When we take nearly every great religion and compare precepts, we find they’re all based upon extremely similar, if not nearly identical principles of human behavior & spiritual law. These laws include a monotheistic supreme being, contrition, pure thinking, righteous acts, kindness, patience, love, compassion, morality, justice, & non-judgement as basic doctrines. God managed to foster principles in all races, societies, & nations.”

Excerpt 2

It is in the absence of love, that humanity realizes what’s missing from conflicts & disagreements & becomes the rally cry for all to reveal from inside themselves, its infinite healing forces. While the repetition of living is an on-going opportunity that opens our uncertain hearts to life’s continuing scenarios, it forces us to reevaluate all doubts in love’s remedies, by restoring her hidden wonders and compelling us from within to live her life.
The light of our inner essence draws our hearts like moths to a flame, purifying us by fire. It is an inner nature that makes us tender our love gently like relations with a new born in life’s enormous romance.
It’s our inner sense that tells us when love’s seeds are planted carefully & nurtured wisely, that its rewards are an endless harvest.

The learned wise become the ageless trees heavy with fruit. And, when rooted in humanity, their boughs nestle our winged spirits. The tree’s limbs reach far into heaven’s ethers, inebriating its occupants to espouse love’s heights.
For love isn’t a find, but a realization of the universe’s greatest indomitable force in life. It is our soul’s inner fire struggling to offer its precious alms of light from the altars of its temples of flesh. As Khalil Gibran so eloquently stated, “Love is sufficient unto love.”


From “Diary Of A Seeker,” Vol. 2, Page 106, ‘Vessels In God’s Heart, Paragraphs 3-6

Diary Of A Seeker

Tales & Anecdotes Of A Life Student

Volume 2

Not all residents living in mountain-high forests is a Seeker, but we suffer more people who desire the simplicity and beauty which nature seizes and preserves in its wildernesses. The poet, photographer, seeker, artist, and naturalists seek their spirit’s peace and calm in such places. And, if they reside here, they are less apt to be angry or frustrated in its consoling stillness. Nature keeps God’s wilderness cathedrals serene. It is much easier to believe in God when one resides in a luxurious mecca grown by Mother Nature.



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