Elaine Meyer writes on how embracing change means looking forward to the next part of every journey, holding on in faith, and remembering you are a spiritual being living a human existence, capable of resiliency.
One Humanity Many Stories
In your search for enlightenment, or “being present,” have you fallen off the path? Are you disenchanted? Rev. Paul John Roach encourages you to hold on, asking, do you want radical freedom or a more comfortable and self-satisfied imprisonment?
Rev. Bill Englehart explores letting go … letting go of something familiar to experience the unknown and letting go of worry and concern over the change.
In “Honoring Memories,” Rev. Toni Stephens Coleman explains that while memories help make us who we are, they are not the actuality of our lives, but merely a story we tell ourselves.
Meet Mrs. M, a tiny woman who loved large, demonstrating the act of “being enough” every day, giving where and how she could to everyone around her. Unity minister Rev. Linda Martella-Whitsett affirms we can do the same.
Oneness, says Rev. Kelly Isola, is expressed in myriad ways. To create community, we have to understand each other. What does oneness really look like—not as a theory, but really lived, down and dirty, in the reality of everyday life where there seems to be divisiveness or differences around every corner?
In “Love Thy Neighbor,” Rev. Sandra Campbell explains love’s universal message and how we can make love work for us. “If we choose to be happy, we must help others find happiness. If we desire to be loved, we must spread that love around,” she says.
What is grace? Rev. Margot J. Ford says grace just is—it is an unconditional gift from God. Grace, she says, is experienced in many ways, and we can share it in service to others.