Category Archives: Philosophy

Help Us Make This A Year Full of Love

We’ve written quite a few posts here at tgconnection over the past year. We’ve tried to cover some of the basics about The Technology of Love… About what Love really is. About how it really works. About why it is so important to understand this new science. We have connected with at least a few…

The Intent to Please… the joy of giving

We were a large family. Five girls and five boys, spread out over a 19 year time frame. Perhaps you can picture the Christmas season in this household. Or maybe not! Most importantly, we were acutely aware of the significance of Christmas and why we were celebrating it in the first place. We were fortunate to…

A Good Yarn

I have a confession to make. It’s nothing juicy, scandalous or diabolical. I debated long and hard about writing this post, wondering,  “What will our readers think?  What if they find this offensive?” What if they are turned off, when they find out (eeeeeeeeek!) ……I love to knit. Yeah, I know…knitting doesn’t have anything to…

Crush the Box

I’m back from my trip to Southeast Asia, a place I never expected to visit, a far away land where I experienced an entirely new culture and people, and did things I never dreamed possible.  It was incredible!  Yes, it was life changing and mind opening. That being said, I was just wondering… Where are…

A Book That Can Change Your Life

Eight-hundred seventy-seven pages long and 2 ½ inches thick.  That’s a pretty big and scary looking book.  It’s so complex and lengthy…could it have much of a future? First published in 1922, this tome went on to become one of the most beloved books in American society; the go-to book for answers and advice on…

The Pre-installed System At Your Fingertips

It was a heartbreaking decision, so many memories; raising their family and working the land. The children had long since moved away. It had become increasingly difficult to do the heavy work. They were bone weary tired. Reluctantly, they would move into town. It was time to say goodbye to the farm. The little stone…

Raspberry Seed in the Middle of Love

Despite my attempts to ignore it, my tongue automatically seeks out that foreign rascal; prying and prodding to release the protrusion…but it’s not working.  There’s a raspberry seed stuck in my tooth, and it’s really bugging me. The same annoying feeling gnaws at me when I hear all the “self-love” prophets beating down doors across…

The ‘F’ Word

The ‘f’’ word annoys me.  It especially troubles me when it’s directed toward children, whether in thought, word or deed. Perhaps it is because I am from the ‘stone age’…that time long ago when what you said mattered;  when the spoken word was a mirror of your thoughts, the real you;  when all words were…

Small Town, Big Love

I grew up in a small mountain town where no one was a stranger. Gracie, with coal-black hair and fire-red nail polish, was the cashier at the grocery store.  Sammy was the butcher.  His smiling brown face greeted my Mother, as he held up 2 pounds of fresh, lean ground beef for her approval, before wrapping…

Want Love? You Gotta Know This!

Did you notice the last time the sun was shining?  Not just on you, but on the entire hemisphere where you live?  Yeah, it’s sort of consistent, isn’t it?  Without it we die. Your beliefs about Who, what, when or how the sun was created don’t affect the amount of sunshine you get. We’ve learned…

Category Archives: Philosophy

Help Us Make This A Year Full of Love

We’ve written quite a few posts here at tgconnection over the past year. We’ve tried to cover some of the basics about The Technology of Love… About what Love really is. About how it really works. About why it is so important to understand this new science. We have connected with at least a few…

The Intent to Please… the joy of giving

We were a large family. Five girls and five boys, spread out over a 19 year time frame. Perhaps you can picture the Christmas season in this household. Or maybe not! Most importantly, we were acutely aware of the significance of Christmas and why we were celebrating it in the first place. We were fortunate to…

A Good Yarn

I have a confession to make. It’s nothing juicy, scandalous or diabolical. I debated long and hard about writing this post, wondering,  “What will our readers think?  What if they find this offensive?” What if they are turned off, when they find out (eeeeeeeeek!) ……I love to knit. Yeah, I know…knitting doesn’t have anything to…

Crush the Box

I’m back from my trip to Southeast Asia, a place I never expected to visit, a far away land where I experienced an entirely new culture and people, and did things I never dreamed possible.  It was incredible!  Yes, it was life changing and mind opening. That being said, I was just wondering… Where are…

A Book That Can Change Your Life

Eight-hundred seventy-seven pages long and 2 ½ inches thick.  That’s a pretty big and scary looking book.  It’s so complex and lengthy…could it have much of a future? First published in 1922, this tome went on to become one of the most beloved books in American society; the go-to book for answers and advice on…

The Pre-installed System At Your Fingertips

It was a heartbreaking decision, so many memories; raising their family and working the land. The children had long since moved away. It had become increasingly difficult to do the heavy work. They were bone weary tired. Reluctantly, they would move into town. It was time to say goodbye to the farm. The little stone…

Raspberry Seed in the Middle of Love

Despite my attempts to ignore it, my tongue automatically seeks out that foreign rascal; prying and prodding to release the protrusion…but it’s not working.  There’s a raspberry seed stuck in my tooth, and it’s really bugging me. The same annoying feeling gnaws at me when I hear all the “self-love” prophets beating down doors across…

The ‘F’ Word

The ‘f’’ word annoys me.  It especially troubles me when it’s directed toward children, whether in thought, word or deed. Perhaps it is because I am from the ‘stone age’…that time long ago when what you said mattered;  when the spoken word was a mirror of your thoughts, the real you;  when all words were…

Small Town, Big Love

I grew up in a small mountain town where no one was a stranger. Gracie, with coal-black hair and fire-red nail polish, was the cashier at the grocery store.  Sammy was the butcher.  His smiling brown face greeted my Mother, as he held up 2 pounds of fresh, lean ground beef for her approval, before wrapping…

Want Love? You Gotta Know This!

Did you notice the last time the sun was shining?  Not just on you, but on the entire hemisphere where you live?  Yeah, it’s sort of consistent, isn’t it?  Without it we die. Your beliefs about Who, what, when or how the sun was created don’t affect the amount of sunshine you get. We’ve learned…

Category Archives: Philosophy

Help Us Make This A Year Full of Love

We’ve written quite a few posts here at tgconnection over the past year. We’ve tried to cover some of the basics about The Technology of Love… About what Love really is. About how it really works. About why it is so important to understand this new science. We have connected with at least a few…

The Intent to Please… the joy of giving

We were a large family. Five girls and five boys, spread out over a 19 year time frame. Perhaps you can picture the Christmas season in this household. Or maybe not! Most importantly, we were acutely aware of the significance of Christmas and why we were celebrating it in the first place. We were fortunate to…

A Good Yarn

I have a confession to make. It’s nothing juicy, scandalous or diabolical. I debated long and hard about writing this post, wondering,  “What will our readers think?  What if they find this offensive?” What if they are turned off, when they find out (eeeeeeeeek!) ……I love to knit. Yeah, I know…knitting doesn’t have anything to…

Crush the Box

I’m back from my trip to Southeast Asia, a place I never expected to visit, a far away land where I experienced an entirely new culture and people, and did things I never dreamed possible.  It was incredible!  Yes, it was life changing and mind opening. That being said, I was just wondering… Where are…

A Book That Can Change Your Life

Eight-hundred seventy-seven pages long and 2 ½ inches thick.  That’s a pretty big and scary looking book.  It’s so complex and lengthy…could it have much of a future? First published in 1922, this tome went on to become one of the most beloved books in American society; the go-to book for answers and advice on…

The Pre-installed System At Your Fingertips

It was a heartbreaking decision, so many memories; raising their family and working the land. The children had long since moved away. It had become increasingly difficult to do the heavy work. They were bone weary tired. Reluctantly, they would move into town. It was time to say goodbye to the farm. The little stone…

Raspberry Seed in the Middle of Love

Despite my attempts to ignore it, my tongue automatically seeks out that foreign rascal; prying and prodding to release the protrusion…but it’s not working.  There’s a raspberry seed stuck in my tooth, and it’s really bugging me. The same annoying feeling gnaws at me when I hear all the “self-love” prophets beating down doors across…

The ‘F’ Word

The ‘f’’ word annoys me.  It especially troubles me when it’s directed toward children, whether in thought, word or deed. Perhaps it is because I am from the ‘stone age’…that time long ago when what you said mattered;  when the spoken word was a mirror of your thoughts, the real you;  when all words were…

Small Town, Big Love

I grew up in a small mountain town where no one was a stranger. Gracie, with coal-black hair and fire-red nail polish, was the cashier at the grocery store.  Sammy was the butcher.  His smiling brown face greeted my Mother, as he held up 2 pounds of fresh, lean ground beef for her approval, before wrapping…

Want Love? You Gotta Know This!

Did you notice the last time the sun was shining?  Not just on you, but on the entire hemisphere where you live?  Yeah, it’s sort of consistent, isn’t it?  Without it we die. Your beliefs about Who, what, when or how the sun was created don’t affect the amount of sunshine you get. We’ve learned…

Category Archives: Philosophy

Help Us Make This A Year Full of Love

We’ve written quite a few posts here at tgconnection over the past year. We’ve tried to cover some of the basics about The Technology of Love… About what Love really is. About how it really works. About why it is so important to understand this new science. We have connected with at least a few…

The Intent to Please… the joy of giving

We were a large family. Five girls and five boys, spread out over a 19 year time frame. Perhaps you can picture the Christmas season in this household. Or maybe not! Most importantly, we were acutely aware of the significance of Christmas and why we were celebrating it in the first place. We were fortunate to…

A Good Yarn

I have a confession to make. It’s nothing juicy, scandalous or diabolical. I debated long and hard about writing this post, wondering,  “What will our readers think?  What if they find this offensive?” What if they are turned off, when they find out (eeeeeeeeek!) ……I love to knit. Yeah, I know…knitting doesn’t have anything to…

Crush the Box

I’m back from my trip to Southeast Asia, a place I never expected to visit, a far away land where I experienced an entirely new culture and people, and did things I never dreamed possible.  It was incredible!  Yes, it was life changing and mind opening. That being said, I was just wondering… Where are…

A Book That Can Change Your Life

Eight-hundred seventy-seven pages long and 2 ½ inches thick.  That’s a pretty big and scary looking book.  It’s so complex and lengthy…could it have much of a future? First published in 1922, this tome went on to become one of the most beloved books in American society; the go-to book for answers and advice on…

The Pre-installed System At Your Fingertips

It was a heartbreaking decision, so many memories; raising their family and working the land. The children had long since moved away. It had become increasingly difficult to do the heavy work. They were bone weary tired. Reluctantly, they would move into town. It was time to say goodbye to the farm. The little stone…

Raspberry Seed in the Middle of Love

Despite my attempts to ignore it, my tongue automatically seeks out that foreign rascal; prying and prodding to release the protrusion…but it’s not working.  There’s a raspberry seed stuck in my tooth, and it’s really bugging me. The same annoying feeling gnaws at me when I hear all the “self-love” prophets beating down doors across…

The ‘F’ Word

The ‘f’’ word annoys me.  It especially troubles me when it’s directed toward children, whether in thought, word or deed. Perhaps it is because I am from the ‘stone age’…that time long ago when what you said mattered;  when the spoken word was a mirror of your thoughts, the real you;  when all words were…

Small Town, Big Love

I grew up in a small mountain town where no one was a stranger. Gracie, with coal-black hair and fire-red nail polish, was the cashier at the grocery store.  Sammy was the butcher.  His smiling brown face greeted my Mother, as he held up 2 pounds of fresh, lean ground beef for her approval, before wrapping…

Want Love? You Gotta Know This!

Did you notice the last time the sun was shining?  Not just on you, but on the entire hemisphere where you live?  Yeah, it’s sort of consistent, isn’t it?  Without it we die. Your beliefs about Who, what, when or how the sun was created don’t affect the amount of sunshine you get. We’ve learned…