Daily Word Articles
Rev. Ric Schumacher says in times of challenge, we should pray for the light to shine through us, not on us.
What we need more than resolutions are evolutions. Resolve to evolve, says Alan Cohen. Follow your bliss.
In the consciousness Bethlehem represents, we find the spiritual nourishment to take up the next experience in our eternal journey of life. To find this spiritual nourishment, we must first come home for Christmas.
Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.—1 Thessalonians 5:18
When I was in my 40s, I lived and worked in New York City. On Sundays I attended lectures by Unity minister Rev. Eric Butterworth. I also listened to meditations delivered by his wife, Olga.
When I was 4 years old, my mother and I were driving down the highway when she noticed my door was not closed. She cautioned me to move away from the door.
As I stood in front of the mirror, I knew with every fiber of my being I was ready to resign my corporate management job.
Think of forgiveness like housecleaning. When clutter builds up in your house, you throw or give away things you no longer need. Forgiveness is essentially the same process.
I grew up in the Midwest, the child of a mother who suffered from depression. In my teen years I learned mom’s excessive sleeping was part of her illness.