Beyond this world is the world I want.
It is one thing to find fault with what is wrong and needs to change and another thing to find what’s right and virtuous and amplify it. Today’s lesson refocuses our attention not on what we don’t want and have decided to give up, but on what we do want and want to attain. The choice is simple: pain or peace?
In Alcoholic Anonymous, in step eleven, it is suggested that we seek to enhance our conscious contact with Love through meditation and prayer. We do this by giving up our wilfulness with a willingness to become one with the All.
In Unitarian Universalism we covenant together to affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person and this affirmation involves a celebration and a joy which is beyond understanding. Our Universalist faith is based on an appreciation of the Unconditional Love of the Ground Of Our Being.
Today, it is suggested that we take ten minutes three times to refocus our attention on what we want which is the peace and bliss that emanates from awareness of the Oneness of which we are a part.
My Kind Of Church Music
Imagine by John Lennon