Have you ever noticed that much of the success in life is about perfect timing? When we try to force an idea or an issue whose time has not come, we find the results are less than desired if any positive results occur at all. And if we procrastinate instead of moving when guided, we may miss th
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We have begun the 20th Season for Nonviolence which will give us a daily opportunity to practice the art and skill of being peace for the next 60 days within the Season. The Season is a grassroots international organization. It was begun in honor of the deaths of Mahatma Gandhi and M
I have started this musing three different times with three different topics and that is after praying for a topic for this musing. The message in this exercise may be that my thoughts are scattered and I need to gain a sense of focus. Perhaps, I need to expend even more energy in letting go an
My office has all sorts of little goodies hanging out in it. They are reminders for me to stay focused and centered in the Presence. They remind me that God is my Source and the Only True Source for the church as well. I have a little sticky note that has been on my desk for quite a while.
I have a bumper sticker in my office that a Unity friend from the Hilton Head area gave me that reads, “Bless Them All, Let God Sort Them Out”. At first I didn’t know what to do with it. I displayed it on my bookshelf while I was deciding whether it resonated with me or not. I wasn’t sure it s
The angel seen by the shepherds watching their flock was heavenly, beautiful and awe inspiring. The shepherds knew the angel was of the Lord and they were terrified. The angel said, “Do not be afraid; for see—I bring you good news of great joy…” (LU 10). Metaphysically, we interpret angels as
If you notice the progression in the Advent season you will recognize that the journey begins with hope and faith, moves into acceptance with peace and develops as the Christ within through love. So this week we celebrate the gift of love in our lives. Too often we tend to formulate in our mind
This second week of advent we turn our thoughts to Christmas peace. It is easy to lose the outer sense of peace when we add additional tasks to our already full calendars and workloads. Jesus promised us peace and is known as the Prince of Peace. This is a friendly reminder to me to turn to my