“People should think less about what they ought to do and more about what they ought to be. If only their being were good, the works would shine forth brightly.” ~Meister Johannes Eckhart
In times of great social unrest or personal distress, it’s not unusual to ponder existential questions, such as “Who am I?” and “What is the meaning of my life?” I believe that these are valuable questions to ask oneself. But without spiritual and emotional support, this type of deep inquiry can lead to uncertainty, hopelessness, and depression.
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“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”
of our reactions are based on pre-programed habituated behavior responses—not
fully conscious choices. When we are fully conscious and connected to Source we
realize our true purpose is to love and bring goodness to all; but we have to
be fully conscious in order to be capable of truly loving.
people live life on cruise control, with little consideration for the miracle
and meaning of existence. I believe it’s important to pause in the busyness of life,
and to take time for reflection. This encompasses not only who we are at this
moment, but more importantly, who we are capable of becoming, all while considering
the role God plays in our journey.
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