I am as God created me.
Two major existential questions all humans are challenged by is “Who am I? What am I?” Am I the product of the ego manufactured by social conditioning and socialization?
People are like onions with layer upon layer which can be thought of as circles of privacy. Deep down, at the heart of the onion, what resides? A brilliant diamond sparkling with lustrous beauty.
In Alcoholic Anonymous it is suggested in step eleven that we seek to improve our conscious contact with our Transcendent Source through prayer and meditation and when we do, looking within, what do we find there?
In Unitarian Universalism it is suggested that we affirm and promote the inherent worth and dignity of every person and from where does this inherent worth and dignity arise?
Today, it is suggested that we begin and end the day, and many times in between, consider the idea that I am as God created me: perfect, unconditionally loved, a blessed part of the whole. With this awareness we rest in joy and peace.
My Kind Of Church Music
Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds, The Beatles