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The Adventure of a Lifetime

The purpose of Eckankar is to make God an everyday reality in your life.

As Soul, you have the God-knowledge within you. The teachings of ECK will awaken the knowledge and love for the divine things that are already in your heart.

The road to God is the adventure of a lifetime.

With spiritual blessings,

Eckankar - signature of Sri Harold Klemp, the Mahanta, the Living ECK Master

“The purpose of these talks is to open the heart center. The golden Light of God often enters the heart while we’re laughing and feeling happy, coming in so quietly and gently that we may not realize It’s there.”

for a free book —> https://www.eckankar.org/FreeBook/index.html

—Sri Harold Klemp, Cloak of Consciousness,   Mahanta Transcripts, Book 5, p. 132

 

ECKANKAR is excited to announce the new Sri Harold Klemp YouTube Channel! Check out video excerpts from Sri Harold’s seminar talks. They are great for sharing with friends and family. Here are just a few of the videos you will find on the channel:
ECKANKAR: Inner Guidance—Listening to Your Intuition Can Help Others
ECKANKAR: A Spiritual Master Helps Jane Adjust Her Attitude
ECKANKAR: HU and a Spiritual Master Help Heal a Despondent Woman
ECKANKAR: A Teacher Receives Protection via His Spiritual Master
How Can I Be in Alignment with Divine Spirit?
Harold Klemp Speaks on the Role of Humor in Spirituality
How to Stay Grateful During Hard Times—Sing HU
What to Do When Friends Smoke, Gossip, or Push Their Beliefs On You, by Harold Klemp

Stay tuned for more videos to come.

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ALL-ANIMAL EXHIBITION at Great Plains

GREAT PLAINS ART MUSEUM TO OPEN ALL-ANIMAL EXHIBITION

ATTENTION: Features, Arts/Entertainment, Calendar Editors
WHEN: Nov. 3 through Feb. 16, 2018
WHERE: Great Plains Art Museum, 1155 Q St.
PHOTO: A high-resolution color photo is available at https://go.unl.edu/z525. Cutline information is provided below.

Lincoln, Nebraska, Oct. 26, 2017 – All types of Great Plains animals from bison to horses and cranes to dogs will appear in sculpture, prints, photographs and paintings in the new exhibition “Collection Critters,” which runs Nov. 3 through Feb. 16 at the Great Plains Art Museum.

Viewers will encounter several species of interest to conservation. Wildlife art can serve as a catalyst for discussion about conservation that goes beyond simply a documentary or aesthetic practice. Loss of habitat is the single greatest threat to remaining populations of pronghorns, wolves, bison, mountain lions and prairie chickens. These animals typify species severely threatened in contemporary times or ones that were once on the verge of extinction, but have since rebounded to sustainable levels.

“The show is a great opportunity to see animals from an artist’s perspective,” curator Melynda Seaton said.

“Collection Critters” includes works by world-recognized artists of the American West such as Karl Bodmer, John James Audubon and Charles M. Russell. Several Nebraska artists, including Cliff Hollestelle and Ben Darling, are also featured.

The exhibition’s opening reception will take place during Lincoln’s First Friday Art Walk from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 3. Food and drink will be served. The family-friendly night will include an animal matching activity with prizes.

The Great Plains Art Museum, 1155 Q St., is open to the public 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free. Free guided tours are available. Please request tours via the museum’s website, http://go.unl.edu/plainsart by completing a tour request form.

First Friday – Nov 3rd in Lincoln

Next month’s First Friday is almost here and promises to be filled with Thanksgiving-themed events and, as always, incredible art.
To view the November listing

Metro Gallery

1316 N. St. Suite 101 | 3:00-7:00

Metro Gallery is pleased to have in the feature gallery for the month of November, the paintings of Jean Danielson, opening/reception on First Friday November 3 from 3 to 7 PM.

Nonprofit Hub will feature for November local artist Amber Roland and student. A creative mixed media show is in store for you. 211 N 14  3rd floor. Opening/reception 5 to 7 on First Friday.

 

Source: First Friday

WATCH: Stop, Take a Minute, and Remember… | Spirituality – BabaMail

This beautiful video is one you really want to share with a friend, and let them know that there’s everything still to play for in their life:

Source: WATCH: Stop, Take a Minute, and Remember… | Spirituality – BabaMail

Our Father

Pure beauty.

Source: Our Father

http://www.andiesisle.com/ourfather.html

 

“Our Father”

Video by © Andie at AndiesIsle.com

 


This beautiful rendition of the “Lord’s Prayer” was arranged,
performed, and recorded by Thomas Jones specially for this video.
Thank you Thomas!

 

If you would like to contact Thomas,
you can email him at tjmusic@optonline.net

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The “Lord’s Prayer”

The Bible
Matthew 6:9-13

Music written by Albert Hay Malotte
©1935 (Renewed) by G. Shirmer Inc. (ASCAP)

Mastered by Kenneth McGee
Mastermix Audio Media

Executive Producers
Richard & Michael Berardi
MRB Records Corporation 

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junipergallery Fine-Art Prints by Juniper Gallery

How many of these magazines from 1939 have you read? —  Me? – I see Time, Look, Life, Detective Stories and Readers Digest.

Vintage photographs available as fine-art prints or digital stock images

Source: junipergallery Fine-Art Prints by Juniper Gallery

“Up in Nebraska” fine-art print

Framed vintage photograph of June 1934. Nebraska State Capitol, Lincoln. General view from southeast.

Source: “Up in Nebraska” fine-art print

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