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Michel Esparza

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Re: Beyond "Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin"

May. 12 at 11:00am | see this comment in context

Congratulations, Devra!

Re: Self-Esteem Without Selfishness: Increasing Your Capacity for Love

May. 7 at 4:17am | see this comment in context

Indeed, Devra, it's a way of catching people's attention. But it is also true that the "self-love" felt by a good christian is much more than self-acceptance...

Re: Coming Soon: Love and Self-Esteem in English!

Nov. 4 at 5:00am | see this comment in context

That's great! Thank you, Devra. Looking forward!

Michel

Re: On Prayer, Both Second-Hand and Spontaneous

Aug. 20 at 7:52am | see this comment in context

There are, indeed, so many ways in communicating. One of them is repeating beautiful words -as in Hail Mary- because, after years of intimacy, the most important things have been already said...

Re: Modesty glasses?

Aug. 11 at 8:00am | see this comment in context

You're right! Every passion should be assumed before beeing trancended. Not doeing is unhealthy. Actually you always see sex-obsession even in hedonists who assume but doesn't trancend, as in puritans who trancend but doesn't assume!

This approach fits with every passion or created reality (affection, love for the world and so on)

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