We all can always do something - the very least and the most important is as always to take responsibility for the way we think. And to think better, act better, experience deep and lasting peace - and make a difference in the world. The best way I know to accomplish this is to surrender to God's way of thinking. As much as we may improve our human egos, they never reach the wisdom, foresight, insight, and unconditional harmony of divine Mind. St. Paul writes in his letter to the Romans:
"Don't copy the behaviour and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think. Then you will learn to know God's will for you, which is good and pleasing and perfect."
Today, peace talks on Syria begin. The Christian Science Publishing Society chose to air a daily lift of mine on the topic, and I am sharing it with you, you can find it here. The connected article as published in the Christian Science Monitor: Overcoming compassion fatigue.
Who is writing?
In my work as Christian Science practitioner and writer I draw on listening to God and listening to people.