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We Are One

photo (12)It’s heartbreaking to see segments of the world in turmoil because of beliefs in separation. We have insisted on separating ourselves from each other by setting up divisions such as nationality, gender, and religion. It seems to me as though it should be simple to accept our unity as an idea of divine Mind. We all have a song to sing, and we are all part of the grand symphony of Life. To rejoice in being One with everyone, to live from Love rather than fear and its imaginings, is to humbly accept the goodness we inherently are. I pray to turn away from the illusion of human differences, as I wholeheartedly accept my function as a reflection of God, seeing that image mirrored in everyone I meet.

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “One infinite God, good, unifies men and nations; constitutes the brotherhood of man; ends wars; fulfils the Scripture, ‘Love thy neighbor as thyself;’ annihilates pagan and Christian idolatry, — whatever is wrong in social, civil, criminal, political, and religious codes; equalizes the sexes; annuls the curse on man, and leaves nothing that can sin, suffer, be punished or destroyed.”

Science & Health Page 340:23-29

Choosing Peace

A group of students traveled to Mongolia in 2009.

                                 “Mongolia Peace”
                      photo by Aaron Springston

Some days it seems everyone I speak to is adversarial. I often wonder if it’s me, and when I notice what I’m thinking, I see that it is. Saturday in the gallery was one of those days when everyone had a complaint: too expensive, a real person couldn’t have made something so intricate, things of this nature were said time and again. I was tempted to be defensive and retaliate in kind. It didn’t take long for me to realize the error in my thought. As soon as I had a few moments of respite, I silently turned inward, affirming the Truth of Love’s creation and requesting myself to return to that space of peace. As my mood shifted, so did the atmosphere of the gallery. I have a sign on the cash register stating: “All who love beauty and grace are drawn to Eureka Thyme.” And so it is!

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “Undisturbed amid the jarring testimony of the material senses, Science, still enthroned, is unfolding to mortals the immutable, harmonious, divine Principle,—is unfolding Life and the universe, ever present and eternal.”

Science & Health Page 306:25-28

Unconditional Peace

Sun Through Leaves While Mowing the Yard

                         Photo by Aaron Springston

In the past 19 years, since I’ve given up my washer and dryer, I’ve spent quite a bit of time in laundromats, and I’ve met the most interesting people there. Recently, I met a woman         who had lived in our mountain town for about a year. She wasn’t happy here in any way. She told me how she couldn’t stand the weather, her job, her apartment, the lack of public transportation, our farmers’ market. For most of her diatribe, I calmly listened to her and agreed that she should probably go back to Houston where she was happier. But when she started to put down our local farmers’ market, I verbally retaliated in a fashion more vehement than expected! Looking back on the situation, I realize that the “peace of God” that we are contemplating today has nothing to do with degrees. Divine Love doesn’t stay calm and then get upset if someone says something derogatory about a cause close to Its heart. Today my focus will be on experiencing peace in every situation, not just the ones I have no emotional connection towards. Namasté.

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “The calm and exalted thought or spiritual apprehension is at peace.”

Science & Health Page 506:11-12

Nothing Changes Here

Kings River in Carroll County, Arkansas

                             “Kings River, July 2014″
                            photo by Arthur Lau-Sed

Many of us are resistant to change. We like the security of things staying the same, and often rebel against changes even though we innately sense they would be wonderful. And the changes that aren’t always so pleasant — the loss of a loved one, being fired from a job, losing a home to fire or other devastating circumstance — those things are feared and dreaded and worried about. I’m sure you know people who have faced such seeming-loss and appear to be serene and happily accepting of whatever may come. That’s what it means to “be still and go home”. Once I realize that home is within, that nothing can change in my true home where divine Love is always constant, then I can rest assured that all is well, no matter what the circumstance may be in form. For this I am very grateful!

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “Man in the likeness of God, as revealed in Science, cannot help being immortal. Though the grass seemeth to wither and the flower to fade, they reappear. Erase the figures which express number, silence the tones of music, give to the worms the body called man, and yet the producing, governing, divine Principle lives on,–in the case of man as truly as in the case of numbers and of music,–despite the so-called laws of matter, which define man as mortal.” Science & Health Page 81:17-24

The Heart’s Nutriment



                              “Woman in Mexico”                                      photo courtesy of Jim Young, Creation Spirit

For the last several years, I’ve avoided one of my neighbors, who is 90-plus years old, because it seemed there was no such thing as a short visit. She would tell me things I didn’t want to know about her family and other people, so I began to avoid her. This morning she was sitting on her porch and asked for help. Her phone was not working and it’s connected to a Lifeline button which she can push if she needs help. As it was going to take some time to get the phone company there to reconnect her, I told her I’d come over every hour and make sure she was okay. Today she started talking about herself, from childhood through more recent times, and it was fascinating! She told me the happiest times of her life were picking cotton with her sisters in the 1930s on a farm in Mississippi. Every visit with her today brought new adventures from her life. When she would wander into condemnation of others, I would simply tell her I had to go now, but would be back soon and wanted to hear more stories about her — not others. It was like watching a documentary — and I’m glad I was tuned in! I’m happy to find out what I was missing by not being honest with her. I don’t want to hear gossipy things about others, but hearing about her feelings and experiences was lovely. I’m grateful for this day with her.

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “The poor suffering heart needs its rightful nutriment, such as peace, patience in tribulation, and a priceless sense of the dear Father’s loving-kindness.”

Science and Health Page 365:31-2 

Child of Divine Love

This photo is taken from OMS in Eureka Springs, Arkansas

                          “July Sunrise in the Ozarks”
                             photo by Arthur Lau-Sed

There’s a young woman who works in a market I frequent. I was surprised when she told me she had been gone for almost a year. Time is so elastic! She tells me she got married and it was a horrible experience. She said she didn’t think she could ever look at herself in the mirror without blame. She wanted to tell me details, but I asked her not to. I told her she’s the reflection of divine Love and that nothing could change that. I suggested she walk in the woods, plant some flowers, get plenty of exercise. She said there was nothing she would rather do than walk in the woods and talk to God, but that she didn’t know where to go. I suggested a beautiful spot out of town called the Outdoor Meditation Sanctuary (OMS). When I described it to her, she began to cry and thanked me profusely for telling her. We all have times we need to hear about our true, pure Being.  Namasté ~~~

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “Immortal and divine Mind presents the idea of God: first, in light; second, in reflection; third, in spiritual and immortal forms of beauty and goodness. But this Mind creates no element nor symbol of discord and decay. God creates neither erring thought, mortal life, mutable truth, nor variable love.”

Science & Health Page 503:20-25

Leaving Old Thought for New

"Mt. Timpanogos Goats" photo by Aaron Springston

                           “Mt. Timpanogos Goats”
                       photo by Aaron Springston

I woke up this morning wishing I didn’t need to speak at all today. I didn’t even go to the farmers’ market, nor did I attend an early-morning monthly meeting scheduled for today. Instead I spent a few hours with some of my favorite metaphysical teachers, via their books and videos, then went for a long walk with my dog around Black Bass Lake. I feel brand new! I realize we can’t always have the luxury of choosing peace in our every surrounding, but we can choose it in our thought. I find days like today make it easier to know that peaceful joy no matter where I am. Namastè ~~~

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “Willingness to become as a little child and to leave the old for the new, renders thought receptive of the advanced idea. Gladness to leave the false landmarks and joy to see them disappear, — this disposition helps to precipitate the ultimate harmony.” 

Science & Health Page 323:32-4

Oh, What a Love!

Ken&SandyThis photo of Ken and Sandy Starbird is my very favorite one. I first met these artists when they came to my gallery seeking representation. No, that’s not right. They presented themselves and we all saw at least a glimmer of why we were being brought together. Our association grew into friendship and loving appreciation. Seven weeks ago, Ken was told he had a brain tumor which was termed aggressive. I’ve always admired their interaction with each other. There is a palpable trust and respect running through their pure and passionate love for each other. In these past few days, I’ve witnessed an all-encompassing peace surrounding them. They know Love is eternal, and they have inspired me to live Its ever-presence. As I ponder metaphysical statements on physical so-called death, I see that all of us can transcend material belief and see what is just out of sight. As we are told today, “Enlightenment is but a recognition, not a change at all.” Here’s to you, Ken and Sandy! Cheers for leaving behind the fear and embracing the Love!

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “Truth and Love enlighten the understanding, in whose “light shall we see light;” and this illumination is reflected spiritually by all who walk in the light and turn away from a false material sense.”

Science & Health Page 510:9-12

At Home and At Peace

This iguana is in anguish over the cutting down of her home, the rainforest

                “Homeless … Again”
  ceramic sculpture from Ken Starbird

A number of people whom I know quite well have told me that they don’t feel they belong here. I think we all, at some time or another have felt this way. What if, rather than us not belonging here, this “here” we speak of isn’t what we think it is? What if we don’t belong in this crazy world, but the world we see isn’t as solid as we think it is? Perhaps our true home is something we’ve sensed is there, sort of like seeing something out of the corner of your eye, but when you look directly at it, it’s not there.  For years I grasped at straws while ignoring the vast Truth of eternity. We’re not strangers in a strange land when we realize the truth of the land in which we abide. We think everything is real that we touch and see, but it’s shifting and changing, as opposed to the omnipresent stability of our true home. So let’s be still a moment and ask to know what that home is. We want it so badly, but we’ve forgotten what it is. Now we’re not afraid to remember!

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “As mortals begin to understand Spirit, they give up the belief that there is any true existence apart from God.”

Science & Health Page 282:30-32


Deathless Life

Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon photo by Jim Young

                               Japanese Gardens in
                                  Portland, Oregon
                               photo by Jim Young

I joyously accept the fact that Life is deathless! But then I try to turn that immortality into material existence. I imagine myself going into the “afterlife” in this body, with these feelings, seeing others I love in their bodies with their individuality intact. I may get very upset if anyone tries to tell me differently! I think it’s comforting to believe that life beyond the “pearly gates” will be just like this one is — except better! But wait a minute. If we are spiritual right now, not material, if we are One by virtue of being an idea of God, then we are joined with everyone we love right here and now. We needn’t wait until we die to be together because we’ve never been apart! No one of us knows exactly what will happen after the change we call death. But by listening to those who have more experience than I do in such matters, I am gaining a sense of what seems plausible and what doesn’t. One thing I’m absolutely sure of is that there is nothing to fear and nothing to lose. Life is eternal right now!

Mary Baker Eddy quote: “If the Principle, rule, and demonstration of man’s being are not in the least understood before what is termed death takes mortals, they will rise no higher spiritually in the scale of existence on account of that single experience, but will remain as material as before the transition, still seeking happiness through a material, instead of through a spiritual sense of life, and from selfish and inferior motives.”

Science & Health Page 290:3-10