divine truth

Everyday Namaste

Everyday Namaste

A breathtaking crimson sunset … the sound of children laughing … an exquisite landscape painted by a brilliant artist ... the majestic plume of a peacock. There are so many beautiful things in our world to behold and be awed by. For me, however, there truly is nothing more beautiful than experiencing or bearing witness to a moment of Namaste.

Namaste is an ancient Sanskrit word that essentially means “The Divine in me honors the Divine in you.” There are three key components to the practice of Namaste. First, we come from a place of understanding that we are made in the image and likeness of God and that our true essence is Divine.

The Great Gift

The Great Gift

Jesus was aware of the great gift lovingly extended to humanity. "It is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom" (Lk. 12:32). Something is being offered to us—either we do not know what it is, how to recognize it, or how to receive it.

The above scripture indicates that our wise Father created the universe and the laws which govern it in a way that supports our well-being and development. Other earthly creatures experience the Father's pleasure.

Be a Center of Love

Be a Center of Love

When the world around you is in turmoil, you may be confused as to where you should stand. When social issues become polarized and politicized, people may demand to know, “Are you for us or against us?” It is important to know that you need not become trapped in divisiveness. You can take a stand for unity. The one thing to be against is the tendency to react in anger and hostility, to give vent to feelings of bias and prejudice. And the important thing to be for is the way of love.