For me, there is not much to add to what the author says about being on the spiritual path. I appreciate the road map and guidelines that Jan Phillips offers. For me, the spiritual path definitely means finding, allowing, and trusting one's own truth rather than accepting someone's else's truth. In hindsight, I think the 'wind' for me was the hand of a friend who asked me if I would like to be part of a group about spirituality that has contributed much over the years to my opening up and developing my spiritual path and awareness. That hand was more greatly special than I ever anticipated. I never thought of that hand as the hand of God before, but I guess it was, since we are each and all expressions and manifestations of that Infinite Force that we call God. I develop the ability to see what's special in every experience by learning that every experience is special, unique, and sacred, and it's for me to find and allow the sacredness that is present.
On Mar 1, 2014Always Love wrote :
Now this, is beautiful! Just as you are, no artificial additives . . . Blooming where you are . . . Rooted . . . Everyday changing . . . So stay the same, would be to die to Christ (as He is eternally "new"). Praise be to God from Whom our growth flows.