I hope all is well.
In May, Westminster unitarian church is sharing their offering with Humanity's Team..
our share the plate has raised anywhere between 200 and 700 or more dollars for the charity each month.
I have been asked to get a statement from YOU highlighting HT's work in the world.
***this is a sample of what appears this month in our bulletin each sunday for march** to guide you in writing about humanity's team
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Having written this almost a year ago, I still enjoy reading it. I've never really considered myself a writer, but I have just completed my first children's book and finding it a little easier each time! Love, Angie
Love and Joy in a Physical Realm
Posted March 13th, 2009 by AngieLile
Many of us must work in the everyday world. How do business leaders create a culture that does not diminish our needs and longing for spirit, for real connection, for community, and for making contributions of value?
Spirit is defined as “That which is traditionally believed to be the vital principle or animating force within living beings; ,,,,,,,, ; the real sense or significance of something.”Posted March 10th, 2009 by Oneness Blogger
In the movie “Hercules” there is a moment when Hercules learns he is the son of Zeus. He understands in this moment he is the Son of a God. In the space of a few minutes, Hercules goes from lack of clarity and extreme insecurity to absolute clarity and security. He becomes a new person. It is almost instantaneous.
Have you ever thought about it?
Yes…We know ONEness is there…all over…it is a synonym for God/Life/Universe/The Force.
And we speak of it.
And we say We are All One…Somos Uno…
For some reason, the thought "original sin" appeared in my mind a few days ago. Since I never think of sin, the mere thought of it was enough to get my attention. Immediately after I became aware of the thought, a strong impulse of looking that word up in a dictionary followed.
I went to wikipedia (to look up "pecado", spanish word for "sin") and I found a few definitions.
But here's what really got my attention: according to Wikipedia, the Aramaic word for "sin" had the connotation of... oblivion!Posted March 5th, 2009 by Oneness Blogger
There comes a time when an airplane taxiing down the runway must liftoff. It is “wheels up” time and the aircraft must take flight. We are at such a moment now.Posted March 5th, 2009 by Steve Farrell