I thank my Father for His gifts to me.
When we realize that God loves us unconditionally as the Universalists have taught now for a couple of centuries, we can have an “ah ha” moment. A light bulb goes on in our heart and head, and we settle down into a comfortable, “of course.” Of course, this is true. Why didn’t I realize this before? At this point we experience peace and joy and gratitude.
In Alcoholic Anonymous it is observed that we have had a spiritual awakening as a result of applying the twelve steps in our life. Filled with joy and enthusiasm, the only thing which can make it better is to share it.
In Unitarian Universalism we covenant together to affirm and promote an acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth which flows from a sense of gratitude for the living tradition we have been given.
Today, it is suggested we take fifteen minutes at the beginning of the day and the end of the day to settle into the awareness that God has been so good to me.
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God Has Smiled On Me by Dr. E. Dewey Smith