Sunday Message – October 8, 2017

Led by Professor Alastair.

Good morning, and blessings this day in the Light. We give thanks today for the crisp air and pale sky, inviting our reflection and reminding us we are alive. We give thanks for the blazing colors, brushed across our landscapes by the Divine Artist, and in this time of change and transformation, we invite the Light to show us new paths, and bring us into our true colors.

Our lives intersect in ways we will never see the full scope of, leaving ripples in the lives of others as we move through the world and time. We may be, as Carl Sagan said, “a pale blue dot… a mote of dust suspended in a sunbeam,” but the very atoms of our beings have power and meaning, exerting our individual energy on our surroundings. We are each connected to the greater whole. To reach out and make a difference to one is to make a difference to everything. In the words of Christ, “That which you do to the least of these, you do unto me.”

It is not necessary we each become world-reknowned or the best in our fields. We must only show up, be engaged, and be invested in making change for the good in the world around us. Walk with kindness, choose peace wherever possible, and ask questions of everything you see. Trust the divine spark inside you, form your own thoughts, remember love in everything you do. To close with Whitman, “Keep your face always toward the sunshine, and shadows will fall behind you.”

Amen and Namaste.

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