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Sunday, February 25, 2018

Video: Is My Opinion and Freedom More Important Than A Child's Life?

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How we bring our spiritual understanding to life in the world, in our relationships, in our work, in our society, so that when things like school shootings take place, our response comes from our deep convictions, values, and belief in oneness?

The Master Teacher, Jesus of Nazareth, taught that belief and faith play an important part in effective prayer. He implied that prayer worked according to the strength of our conviction, and not because of what faith tradition we follow. Science of Mind similarly teaches that an impersonal spiritual law is always at play in our lives, reflecting back to us the beliefs we have the most definite conviction in. When we train our thoughts to prayerfully embrace the spiritual universe in which we live and identify ourselves with its perfection, the spiritual law of the universe acts upon our prayers.

Who you are is made up of your beliefs, or what you have complete trust in.  Discover what you trust and you will find out who you are.

Edward VIljoen
Author of Ordinary Goodness, The Power of Meditation, and The Bhagavad-Gita for Beginners

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