It’s the last talk in our summer series based on Lessons of the Turtle by Steve Goodier. Finally, Turtle is going to get help turning right side up. That help comes in the form of friends. Among other things, friends remind us that we are not alone. We are not islands! Our lives involve other people. There is always an inner-connectedness with all of life. We may appear to be separate, we may appear to be individual islands in a vast sea, but that is an illusion. We are all one. There is something unseen beyond the physical that connects us all. What lesson do you think comes with the Gift of Friends? Join Rev. Jean on Facebook LIVE to find out at 10:30 AM Sunday, August 15, 2021.
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Turtle had never seen the top of a mountain until he lay upside down for a long time. He would never have thought about climbing it if he’d seen what a long way up it was to the top. That’s true for us as well. We sometimes envision a goal that is so far away we end us discouraged before we even start. The gift of the mountain is the lesson of goals. Whatever we choose to achieve, five guidelines will make the journey easier and more enjoyable. Join Rev. Jean as she explains how to use these guidelines to reach your spiritual goals.
“Goals are not meant to be a plumb line to determine the shortest distance to success, but rather a compass to give a sense of direction.” Caroline Franklin
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Technology, for good or bad, is here to stay. Like most people, I like technology when it works and makes life easier for me. When it doesn’t work, I agree with the idea behind why Microsoft named its operating system Windows – you want to throw your computer out of…
In Week 4 of our summer series based on Lessons of the Turtle, Living Right Side Up by Steve Goodier, we meet a delightful newcomer. Butterfly lands on Turtle’s nose as he lays upside down on his back. Butterfly doesn’t stay long because her time on earth is short. As we’ve come to expect, Owl explains why this is so. Owl introduces Turtle to the gift of living in the NOW that Butterfly brings. Because her life on earth is so short, time means nothing to Butterfly. Imagine how it would be if you could be free of the tyranny of time! Rev. Jean shares a few ideas about becoming free of time this Sunday at 10:30 AM. Join her in person or on Facebook. There’s no time like the Present!