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Every Day Is Sacred

Posted on October 8, 2014 with 0 comments
Every moment is sacred when we remember our divine nature and live in that knowingness.

Seeing The Wonders In Life

Posted on July 12, 2012 with 0 comments
There's a great children's book called "The Seven Wonders Of Sassafras Springs" (by Betty Birney) about a boy who is challenged by his father to see if he can find seven "wonders" in the "ordinary"  town he lives in.  The boy believes that wonders are only to be seen in far away, "glamorous" places like Egypt and Greece.  He accepts the challenge of finding seven wonders in the time span of a week, with his father's promise that he will send him on a trip to Colorado as a reward.  Without spoiling the story (it's worth reading it yourself), the boy shows the reader that the secret to discovering the wonders of life is to adopt the attitude of a child.   It reminds us of how much we miss by taking everyone and everything for granted.

Making Time For Gratitude

Posted on July 7, 2012 with 0 comments
With the tempo of life as it is today, it is sometimes difficult to find time for a sincerely spiritual activity. Making time for recognition of the Source of all the blessings in our life becomes increasingly difficult - and simultaneously more important. The world pulls at us from every direction, leaving us spiritually destitute if we're not careful. An easy exercise to counteract the distractions from our attention to Spirit is simply to be very grateful for every thing in our life - to say nothing of the gift of life itself. That we have existence is, in itself no small miracle, if we stop to consider the complexity of even a single human being - spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically.

Recognizing Your Dreams

Posted on June 25, 2012 with 0 comments
"Sometimes your dreams show up dressed a little different than you thought they'd be. You have to know how to recognize them when they get there."

from the book "Storm Warriors" by Elisa Carbone

Quote From A Master

Posted on June 23, 2012 with 0 comments
"The purpose of the human consciousness,"he explained, "is to get you from here to God, to walk from here on your journey home." (from the book "Those Wonderful ECK Masters" by Harold Klemp)

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