A gift of Spring

The delicate saskatoon bushes are in full bloom today as the morning sun pushes its warmth over the mountain behind us. This flood of light suddenly celebrates individual trees that would otherwise simply blend into the conifer population.

The mountain beyond cradles its happy morning clouds within its valley… and just in case we might miss the magnitude of such spiritual joy, Love doubles the revelation in the mirror-lake below!

Oneness is dawning here, sacred light and pure reflection invite us to join the eager earth in waking to the newness and goodness of Life.

Which came first?

People view the tulips quietly, individually. There were vast crowds present at this popular Dutch garden yet it was easy to find the physical and mental space to be refreshed with the inspiration and power of this beauty.

Which came first in the order of creation? Beauty? Or the tulip…

An interesting question to answer for oneself.

Seek and You Shall Find

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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,

Kate