The first and only conversation between Father Charlie Moore and Robert Muller who met one day out in a sunny backyard and had a conversation.
Most people are really good and things are getting better all the time. We’re trying to get rid of some of the stuff of the dark ages. It gets in the way.
We make the world better, by making our own world better and seeing it in everyone around us.
Grace is gravity and gravity is grace.
Gravity is attraction seen between physical objects
Grace is attraction seen between spiritual essences.
Gravity and Grace are both the same thing.
Gravity operates in space/time and Grace operates beyond it.
Time brings cycles of change according to the grace gravity of the sun and the stars as they move away or toward each other they pull our feelings and hearts with them. It is literally happening.
Cooperate with the rising Grace Gravity of the Sun. The Angels are the Stars.
ABOUT Father Charlie Moore
A Spiritual Leader, Historian, Scholar, Former Catholic Priest, Lawyer
Fr. Charlie graduated from Stanford University (AB 1949, LLB 1951), was admitted to practice law in California, and was elected District Attorney of Santa Cruz County in 1954. He was ordained a Roman Catholic Priest in 1964 and holds degrees in philosophy and theology from Catholic University. His avocation is language: he has studied Spanish, French, Italian, German, Welsh, Latin, Russian and Japanese and is acquainted with Sanskrit and Chinese.
Author of Synthesis Remembered: Awakening Original Innocence
“I’ve got good news for you. Your original innocence is intact.
And there is no such thing as original sin.
Innocent does not mean not guilty; it means uninjured.
Your pristine innocence is your power to know the truth,
the self-evident truth. Remember?” —Charles L. Moore
Moore, Father Charles L. – February 15, 1927 ~ December 9, 2007
ABOUT Robert Muller
NO DREAM IS TOO BIG
Former Assistant Secretary General to The United Nations
Author Most Of All They Taught Me Happiness
Robert Muller (born 1923 in Belgium) was an employee of the United Nations. Assistant Secretary General for 40 years. Coming from a place more concerned with gross National Happiness than gross national product. His ideas about world government, world peace and spirituality led to him become known as the “Philosopher” of the UN.
“Happiness is an art. It must be practiced. It is like writing: write anything, just for the exercise of it, and you will become a writer. Practice any form of happiness, just for the sake of it, and you will become a happy person.”
He would often close sessions of the UN by playing Ode To Joy on his harmonica. Ode to Joy describes a world where all people will be brothers and sisters.
Hear him play Ode To Joy on the Harmonica. Go to: http://robertmuller.org/ and Click Robert’s Harmonica, scroll down to the bottom where it says Ode to Joy and click.
FROM Robert MullerLet the good news be incarnated in you Proclaim your belief In humanity In our success In our further transcendence In our peace, justice and happiness In the construction of the Planet of God Think of it Feel for it Speak of it Work for it For all we think, all we feel, all we say and all we do Must not hinder, but help The great design of God Our Cosmic destiny Our further ascent and evolution Towards the permanent reign of God on our miraculous planet.” —Dr. Robert Muller
Robert Muller 1923-September 20, 2010