Advent calls us to allow faith to be the cornerstone of our lives, enabling us to build upon its strong foundation.
Rev. Crystal discusses the third level of gratitude in which we continually live from a place of overflowing gratefulness.
The second level of gratitude is the most challenging and, ultimately, the most rewarding.
The first of three talks on the theme of Gratitude looks at “Level 1” – the importance of simply saying, “Thank you.”
We all wear many “masks.” How can we show up as our most authentic selves?
Faith and persistence are required to to move forward into the “promised land” of true freedom from that which has enslaved us.
God, as “I Am That I Am”, instructs Moses to lead the Israelites out of slavery. That Divine Presence within each of us calls us to be agents of freedom as well.
Our spiritual call is to be the light in the darkness.
A metaphysical interpretation of the story of Moses and the burning bush shows us the path through our own wilderness.
To experience true happiness and bliss, it is important to silence negative self criticism and recognize ourselves as manifestations of the divine.