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Better and Best

Better and Best

Do we believe yesterday was better
than today? No.
We believe the best is yet to come.

Life is forever unfolding and ever changing. Evolution
implies that the change coming will be for the better.
Reverend Jack Boland, former Unity Minister in Detroit,
stated,“Don’t ever let your good be the enemy of your best.”
We often settle because we want to stay comfortable and
we’re determined to keep things the same.We resist the
natural flow of life—for life is change.In holding on to the
good, we often miss opportunities to experience the
amazing.If we are not open to the possibilities around the
corner, we may only realize a small fraction of our potential.

Unity urges us to continue to seek new paradigms in
which our joys and our good can continue to evolve and
expand. Life, unlike an airplane trip, is not focused on the
arrival or destination. Life is about the journey

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Slowing Down

Slowing Down

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Beings of Light

Beings of Light

We are not designed to grow old; we are created to grow up and out as beings of light. Some would call this the lightness of being or taking yourself lightly. Whether or not you believe in the Bible, when the Creator said, “Let there be light,” the Creator was talking about you. Even Jesus…

Are You Awake?

Are You Awake?

First, you must realize you are asleep, then you are awake. Then you must die, so you can be born. You can not be born until you die and you can not die until you wake. Jungian psychology I have always enjoyed the story of a multitude of people with Buddha wanting to know how…

Lesson of the Sequoia Tree

Lesson of the Sequoia Tree

The Methodist Class Meeting was much like the Giant Sequoia Trees in California. Just like the Methodist Class Meeting, the Great Sequoias “hold each other up.” They may reach a height of 311 feet, an age of 3200 years. They often weigh 2.7 million pounds. Their bark on the average is 31 inches thick. Their…

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