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This Month

May – Care for the Poor

Value: Compassion

Here’s what’s coming up in May:

May 5 – Compassion

Compassion and caring are the ties that bind us together in mutual understanding and in the unified attempt to uncover the Divinity in each other. Compassion is the most gentle of all human virtues, for it is the outpouring of the Divine givingness through all. When the members of a community love one another, that community is solid, prosperous, and happy. Nations are bound together by common interests and common affections. When the whole world realizes this truth, it will unite in thought and in action. Love alone can solve the world’s problems and bring about the day of universal peace. E. Holmes, Practical Wisdom

 May 12 – Cause and Effect

Conflict does not come to us, it comes from us.  It arises from within as an effect of two competing intentions: a compelling desire to feel safe, okay, and valued, and the drive to fulfill the soul’s purpose. Gary Simmons, The I of the Storm

 May 19 – Who Are “The Poor?” – Rev. Ami Papadopulo

Imagine that no one had the ability to judge another. Instead, people would simply ask for what they need or for what’s missing for them. How would your life be different if this were your lifestyle and practice?” Gary Simmons, The I of the Storm

May 26 – Inner Peace

From the I of the storm, you bring the attributes of wholeness to the experience of the storm. The purpose of your center is not to make the storm go away. The purpose of taking life into your center is to get what you need in order to become fully present to the storm. Being fully present in the midst of the storm enables you to be the connecting link between God and the circumstances that support the storm. – Gary Simmons, The I of the Storm

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Blessings, Rev Molly

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