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kathi briant shaw on September 30, 2014 at 7:59 PM said:

the toronto group and richmond hill at 499 major mackenzie is not longer active..paul and Jane do come to Toronto so contacting them would be advisable check meetup acim groups for the new group listing in richmond hill on thanks..love and light to you all!
kathi briant shaw on September 18, 2014 at 12:31 PM said:

love you guys more and more when i explore other avenues...you have taught well!!! the groups are closed but anyone who wants to talk acim just send me an email and if i can direct you to a group here i will but have to say Paul and Janes are the BEST!! so stay posted fro when they visit toronto!!
Susan Culverwell on June 5, 2013 at 6:50 AM said:

Words are just that. Words. Until they are lived. Your site is an inspiration to the daily Living of ACIM. Thanku both. Susan
Kathi Briant-Shaw on July 31, 2012 at 11:40 AM said:

The Wednesday Group is held WEdnesdays 7-10 pm . Contact Kathi 647-932 8419 cb_acim_kat@hotmail.ca
An additional group is held tuesday evenings at 499 Major Mackenzie drive Richmond Hill east side door (basement)
10 dollars donation is asked.
Desmond Donnelly on May 14, 2010 at 11:45 AM said:

Hi Ernie,

Nice to hear from you! I always enjoyed your open-hearted communications and have missed your presence. Sorry about the rough times you are going through. I thought I was headed the same way at one time as I had made up my mind to die rather than partake of what I considered to be a horrible paradigm of slavery to soulless corporations but I've chilled out a bit since then.

I think the Course is meant to clear out the internal causes of my unhappiness rather than deal with the symptoms (lack of job, etc.). I don't so much mind the way the world is now and seem capable of actually having and being fun despite the fact that nothing has really changed in the world.

The symptoms of my life have changed with my consciousness. Yes, money is a bit easier to come by but the real change is my ability to hold onto what happiness I have by holding onto the love I have for everything and everyone around me.

The key for me wasn't to get myself together at all. It was to forgive the world for being what it is and just ... love it instead.

That's really the central message of the course.
Ernie Nemeth on May 10, 2010 at 2:06 PM said:

Used to hang out with this group long ago. Came to ask a question of Paul and Jane.
ACIM has become an addiction for me, and the book is my idol. It played into my egoic intellectual self - my ability to grasp a very difficult philosophy. But the experiential side of the work has escaped me, unfortunately. And eight intensive years later my life is in complete disarray. I have torn down all the walls of my former self but somehow I have been unable to put myself back together. Now I have no car, no job, no proffession, no business, no money, no love, no life, no home and virtually no hope.
Yesterday I threw my book out in desperation before I end up dead. Maybe I'll see you folks on the streets downtown, begging for money. If so, please give generously.
Rosie Warburton on March 10, 2010 at 12:51 PM said:

Hey guys! I'm so glad I got Jane's email and was led to your beautiful new (?) website. It looks great. Love to you both, Rosie
Rhonda Lynn Harrison on October 16, 2009 at 8:29 AM said:

I heard of this group through a relative of mine. I went to the website and was just amazed with what I saw. I love what you stand for. I am so happy to have joined. Fate, somehow, always leads us forward and exactly to a place we are suppose to be.

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