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Living on Holy Ground

So, when we begin to realize that God lives in through and as us and that everywhere we stand is holy ground, what happens next?  To put it simply things begin to change.

We begin to see all goodness, all Godness that surrounds us.  We see the divine in the places, situations and people we encounter in our lives.  Life and definitely relationships become easier.  We seek to heal the divisions in our world rather than creating new ones.

We were created as part of one great whole.  The separation we experience is simply an illusion.  Once we realize this we can begin to heal ourselves and our world.  We can begin to love those we now fear.

Does this all seem impossible?  It isn’t, but it doesn’t magically all happen at once.  It begins one person, one action and one decision at a time.  Will you make love your decision?

 

 

 



 

Let’s Talk About It

We are talking about Holy Ground this month in The Espirational Community on Facebook.  While due to the founders of this site’s personal backgrounds this is a Christ based Website this site and The Espirational Community  is a place for people of all faiths to gather, discuss and praise the God of us all. Please consider this your invitation to join our community and participate in the discussion of this timely topic.

New Thought Music and Daniel Nahmod

When Bob and I started attending New Thought churches music was kind of an afterthought.  There was the Unity Hymnal which included songs like Magic Penny and hymns with some of the lyrics changed.  Professional musicians were brought in to provide special music.  There was often instrumental music for meditation, sometimes live, sometimes recorded.

But now across the movement we are hearing beautiful songs being written which reflect our beliefs.  Singe/songwriters like Ricki Byers Beckwith, Nimo,  Jan Garret and J.D.  Martin, Eddie Watkins Jr., Jana Stanfileld, Rev. Erin Mc Cabe and Karen Drucker just to mention a few, are teaching, inspiring and motivating us with their music and lyrics.

One of my favorites is Daniel Nahmod, singer/songwriter, producer, humanitarian.  It is hard for me to choose just one of his many songs to share with you.  While I love One Power, what keeps playing over and over in my mind right now is a song called Water.  Enjoy.

To learn more about Daniel and his music visit http://www.danielnahmod.com/