Waiting for?

IMG_4743 2.jpgAre you waiting for something? Are you waiting for something to happen? Perhaps waiting for a better life? better health, stronger wings of faith, or simply the courage to step out and try something new?

Note: There are two kinds of waiting.

One is actually procrastination based on underlying fears or the unknown. This kind of waiting is like having wings but never even trying to fly. This waiting is self-defeat from the onset. It breeds boredom and disillusionment.

The other type of waiting is really patience, it is an active faith based on listening, watching, inspiration, and readiness. This type of waiting is more about preparing to act at a moments notice when the opportunity presents itself. This waiting includes a spirit of adventure. It builds character and exercises our spiritual muscles every day.

Take a look at the kind of waiting you may be doing. Are you seeing your life as an adventure?  Are you alert and watching for opportunities to act?  Patiently waiting for divine Love- intelligence itself- God to “form the perfect concept” and lead you forward into action?

Mary Baker Eddy makes this brilliant statement in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures on page 454. Of course the “pinions” are flight feathers:)

“Love inspires, illumines, designates, and leads the way. Right motives give pinions to thought, and strength and freedom to speech and action…Wait patently for divine Love to move upon the waters of mortal mind, and form the perfect concept. Patience must “have her perfect work.”

With gratitude.




Who is Mary Baker Eddy?

Who is Mary Baker Eddy? Where did she live? Against all the odds and restrictions on women in the 19th century how did she come to discover Christian Science, recover from chronic illness, poverty, and go on to write a best-selling book that has healed countless individuals and helped change the world?

This is a historical and inspirational 30 minute lunch-hour talk about Mary Baker Eddy given by Chet Manchester and videoed at the Lynn Massachusetts Historical Society Museum in 2016- on the 150 year anniversary of her discovery of Christian Science. (Full length is 49 minutes including the interesting question/answer period)

Perhaps grab some lunch or take a break and discover something new about the life and accomplishments of this remarkable woman.


Seek and You Shall Find


Seeking and finding are basic to fulfillment and progress. We cannot earnestly seek anything without finding something. This mama racoon seeks food and yes she found it too!  Honest and persistent seeking will always bring a finding for they are one- a fundamental rule of human progress.

“Seek and Ye Shall Find” is actually a universal and time-tested principle.

In Jeffrey Moses book Oneness: Great Principles Shared by All Religions the author includes an expanding list of 64 principles or teachings he has discovered to be shared by all religions. Using direct citations from the various sacred texts we can see the common thread of divine Principle and the unity that already exists within world religions.  Practicing these principles is a key to human progress and healing.

We can do much to help ourselves and humanity by learning of and beginning to live these ageless teachings together, no matter the religion… or no religion.

In this ongoing blog I will feature and expand the idea of God as the one divine Principle or creator and feature the 64 universal teachings or principles shared by the world religions.

I will also share a photograph from the gallery of my work.

Until soon,










Welcome to the first day of my new website on the internet.

I am so grateful for all the help I have had along the way. The prayers, the inspiration, the wonderful technical support from the “Happiness Engineeers” at WordPress, and the one day course at Okanagan College that taught me how to create and manage my own site.

This website should continue to evolve and grow as it plays its part in uplifting and healing in the world.

I will share inspiration and photos here regularly.