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2017 – Values-Based Spiritual Living

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This year we are focusing on Values-Based Spiritual Living. The value we are studying in January is Spiritual Living. Dr. Ernest Holmes writes:

We must learn to live by inspiration. That means that we should let the spiritual depths of our being flow through our conversation and into our acts. Living by inspiration does not mean living chaotically. Our whole purpose is to make the intellect an instrument for the Spirit. This is exactly what an artist does. We must all become artists in living. To live by inspiration means to sense the divine touch in everything; to enter into the spirit of things; to enter into the joy of living.

What inspires you? How are you using your innate creativity? What brings you joy?

These questions are a helpful starting place when considering the final topic for January, “How to Use It.” The “It” in this topic refers to the One Creative Power that flows in and through all things, the Power that we are using all the time, whether we are using it to do something wonderful, or not.

Warm regards,

Edward Viljoen, author of Ordinary Goodness


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