Every day life is the laboratory of every one of us. Every day is the field in which our growing spiritual understanding unfolds. Every day is about loving deeper and better. We are meant to express God’s being – there is nothing else.
Mary Baker Eddy writes: “Happiness consists in being and in doing good; only what God gives, and what we give ourselves and others through
His tenure, confers happiness: conscious worth satisfies the hungry heart, and nothing else can. Consult thy everyday life; take its answer as to thy aims, motives, fondest purposes, and this oracle of years will put to flight all care for the world's soft flattery or its frown.” (Message ’02, p. 17)
Every day is a small life of its own. The Dalai Lama wrote:
“Every morning when I wake up, I dedicate myself to helping others to find peace of mind. When I meet people, I think of them as long term friends; I don’t regard others as strangers.” Dalai Lama
Where can you help others find peace of mind today?
Who is writing?
In my work as Christian Science practitioner and writer I draw on listening to God and listening to people.