Concluding thoughts about ‘yearning’

Aug 07, 2020

My dear friends...

We spoke in this space last week about the energy we call “yearning,” and we concluded the column by saying...

“Ultimately, yearning for Divinity leads to the Holy Experience, for yearning always produces the experience for which it yearns.”

Let’s continue that thought this week...

One cannot yearn for something that one does not think exists—or at least can exist. Nor can one yearn for something that one knows not of. Worms cannot...

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A Letter to Neale

Aug 07, 2020

Reader Question:

Dear Neale,

I have a few questions for you.

(1) What is the purpose of living and dying for hundreds of thousands of lifetimes? It seems like an endless cycle. Where does it ultimately lead to?

(2) In New York when I attended your lecture, you signed my book "I see who you are and I love what I see." What does that mean? Who am I that you see?

(3) What is one's life purpose? How does one find that out?

(4) How can I have a conversation with God? I would like to have...

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A Letter to Neale

Aug 01, 2020

Reader Question:

Dear Neale,

My question is: If I had to choose one of the 9 books in the
CwG series to give to someone else as an introduction to this material, which one should it be? Recently I had someone ask me, "What is all this about? What are you 'into'?", and I wanted to share one of the books with them, but I couldn't decide which one would be best, or would give them the best idea, of what Conversations with God was all about. What's you choice? You must get asked this question...

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A Letter to Neale

Jul 24, 2020

Reader Question:

Dear Neale,

I have read the CWG books 1-3, and also the book "Home with God." I am 24 years old and have been with my boyfriend for almost nine years. He is the love of my life, my best friend, and my most cherished gift in this life.

Several months ago, I started having these uncontrollable fears that he might somehow die. I started phoning him to make sure he was safe at school, and started worrying all the time about his safety. Up until this point, these worries...

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A Letter to Neale

Jul 17, 2020

Reader Question:

Dear Mr. Walsch,

Thank you for your wonderful books. I have one question. It concerns the story in the Bible where Jesus curses the fig tree because it doesn't bear fruit. I don't understand why he would do this, because it also says that it wasn't the season for the tree to bear figs. The fig tree example must be there for a reason, but what?

For a long time this story has seemed to represent to me what seems a certain capriciousness on the part of Jesus/God, which...

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A Letter to Neale

Jul 10, 2020

Reader question:

Dear Neale...

I've been with you all along, since you published your first CwG book. I've been to your retreats, read your newsletters and all of your books.

And your newsletters have always been good. I look forward to receiving them and they positively impact my life each and every time I open one. I often share them with friends. 

Lately, they seem to have a new depth and clarity — a clarity full of understanding and longing in each and every word. I feel as if...

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A Letter to Neale

Jun 19, 2020

Reader question:


Hello Neale,

I attempted suicide at one point. Thankfully, I failed... but I suppose I'm thankful for my suicide attempt, because it changed my life in a positive way unlike anything else ever has, save possibly
CwG for Teens.

My question is what
Home With God calls a 'splitting of metaphysical hairs'. Home With Godsays things about suicide that, from my current perspective, seem to show a grand glitch in God's Perfect System.

Okay, let's say I committed suicide. Suicide,...

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