‘Moon Over’ Alert: Love as spiritual force

Ian and Dima are in love, and even Constantine can see it. Is he trying to show them love is a force they can trust? Ian thinks the bartender/philosopher might be a mystic nut! Dima sure seems to be paying close attention, though.

After rejecting religion early in my life, I needed many years to overcome a reflexive resistance to spirituality. This chapter reflects some of the thinking that got me to different understandings, not that I claim the thinking as my own. Certainly, none of the philosophy in this chapter or the last is original to me. I had to meditate regularly for years before I understood half of the ideas I’ve written into Constantine’s dialogue.

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Writer. Runner. Marine. Airman. Former LGBTQ and HIV activist. Former ActUpNY and Queer Nation. Polyglot. Middle-aged, uppity faggot. jamesfinnwrites@gmail.com

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