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Thoughts of Gratitude for this Day from Mary Jean Irion

Normal day, let me be aware of the treasure you are. Let me learn from you, love you, bless you before you depart. Let me not passed by in quest of some rare and perfect tomorrow. Let me hold you while I may, for it may not always be so. One day I shall

Albert Einstein’s Letter To His Daughter

This letter is attributed to Albert Einstein, but not authenticated. In the late 1980s, Lieserl, the daughter of the famous genius, donated 1,400 letters, written by Einstein, to the Hebrew University, with orders not to publish their contents until two d

Clearing a Path for God – Barbara Taylor, RScP

From Royal L. Craig in the book Whispers Beyond the Edge:  Glimpses of the Beloved Again and again, the mystic turns to the meaning of life.  We would probably understand it better if we could get out of own way.  A great Teacher once said, “You are

How Airplanes Fly – Pam Cosby Brandman, RScP

When we watch a bird such as a red-tailed hawk or an eagle gracefully riding the rising air currents, it seems almost effortless.  They slowly turn, rising and falling.  When something on the ground draws their interest, they may suddenly move their win

Sufi Mystic – Jelaluddin Rumi – 13th Century

Not Christian, Muslim or Jew Not Hindu, Buddhist, Sufi or Zen. Not any Religion or Cultural System. I am Not from the East or the West, Not out of the Ocean or up from the Ground, Not Natural or Ethereal, Not composed of Elements at All. I do not Exist, a

Keep On Smiling by Alexandra Skiathitis

If at times you feel you want to cry, And life seems such a trial. Above the clouds there’s a bright blue sky, So make your tears a smile. As you travel on life’s way, With its many ups and downs, Remember — it’s quite true to say: One smile is wo

The Robin – Barbara Taylor, RScP

THE ROBIN – by Kahlil Gibran O Robin, sing! for the secret of eternity is in song. I wish I were as you, free from prisons and chains.   I wish I were as you; a soul flying over the valleys, Sipping the light as wine is sipped from ethereal cu

A World that Works – Cindy Long, RScP

Martin Luther King Jr. dream was that all people be treated equally and with dignity and respect . Feb is Black History month it is also the time that we recognize love by celebrating Valentines’s Day. Our theme this year is a world that works for e

Vigilance Beach – Rev. Bill Salisbury

VIGILANCE BEACH By Randall Butisingh Under this canopy of blue Remote from the toil and strife of busy life I sit and dream in peace. There in the distance, just within my gaze Nature her rich carpet spreads of even green; While dotting the sky in silken

The Cold Within by James Patrick Kinney

Six humans trapped by happenstance In bleak and bitter cold. Each one possessed a stick of wood Or so the story’s told. Their dying fire in need of logs The first man held his back For of the faces round the fire He noticed one was black. The next man l