LAWRENCE MCGRATH

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Author, Marine Pilot, Lawyer, College Professor, College president, Bank President, Consultant, Father and Grandfather.

A Definition of Love to Live By

“If I act in love because I am grateful for and appreciative of the object loved, then my heart is pure. My act can not be a quid pro quo.  My motives to act in love are honest.  My relationships with people are true and that is my understanding of the beginning of Paradise.  I believe my acts of love toward my God and my fellow travelers reflect compliance with the spirit of Scripture. Now the words of Love from First Corinthians no longer condemn but peal forth from the Bible like the sound of bells from a carillon. Love can never fail when the heart is grateful for and appreciative of the object loved.

I am grateful that you are reading these messages and encouraging me to write these words.  Now you know I can say with a pure heart . . . I love you . . . no strings attached.”

READ LAWRENCE’S BOOK

A Cry From The Heart: A Personal Essay

 

EPISODE #10

"You have to know what you know and why you know it. Be comfortable in your own skin. All of the world’s religions are directed toward Love. The issue here on earth is to learn how to love through the ages. We need, we all need, to learn the definition of love that can stand for all humankind. Forget about the dogma your religion has taught you. Forget about the rituals your dogma has taught you. The motivation to Love has a new and different definition.

Love is the deep abiding gratitude for and appreciation of the object loved. If we can all do that we will fulfill the admonitions of the world’s religions."

In this episode, Lawrence McGrath talks about his own definition of love.

Lawrence is an 85 year-old author who used to be a marine pilot, college professor, college president, bank president, and a consultant.  

In his book: A Cry From The Heart – A Personal Essay - he expresses his thoughts about religion, dogma, love, and life.

EPISODE #21

In this episode, Lawrence McGrath explains How  Institutionalized Minds lead to Conflicted Living.

The conversation is about marriage, religion and “Truth” which Lawrence connected to institutionalized minds and conflicted living.

Lawrence McGrath is an 85-year-old author who used to be a marine pilot, college professor, college president, bank president, and a consultant.  

In his book: A Cry From The Heart – A Personal Essay - he expresses his thoughts about religion, dogma, love, and life.

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